We at Shelton Qigong are proud to teach teaches classes that slow down the aging process, aide in dealing with past and present trauma, prevent/reduce disease and increase your well-being and vitality.
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Bone Strengthening Qigong For Arthritis and Joints
FREE Tai Chi at the Refuge || Don Edwards SF Bay Wildlife Refuge
Saturday, De, 9:30-10:30am – Free Tai Chi at the Refuge
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Originating thousands of years ago from Ancient Chinese, Qigong is a powerful movement-based meditation renowned for clearing and balancing blocks affecting our mind, body and spirit. Using movement that engages the entire body by focusing breathing and posture, practitioners learn simple movements and meditations that restore harmony and balance.
Oprah isn’t the only one celebrating Qigong as the “new yoga.” Some of our most famous Morning Crane clients (e.g., actors, bodybuilders, authors) consider Qigong the foundation of their vitality and well-being. Qigong shows you which energy and thinking patterns are impacting your inner and outer world. Give yourself permission to shift into perfect well-being and take command over compulsive thinking, anxiety and stress.
The great thing about Qigong is that you don’t need a mat or special clothing. It is helpful to bring and a smile.
Shelton Qigong is proud to offer traditional Chen Tai Chi Chuan.
Improve your balance, coordination and self-awareness with Tai Chi. Often described as a combination of yoga and meditation, Tai Chi is derived from martial arts but performed slowly, softly and with great poise and grace.
Tai Chi promotes the healthy flow of Qi (pronounced “chi”) or life energy. According to traditional Chinese Medicine when our Qi is fully balanced and circulating smoothly, our mind, body and spirit are pain-free, calm and tranquil. Although Tai Chi appears as a deceptively slow and simple series of movements, clients enjoy benefits ranging from deeper joy and creativity to deeper sleep and freedom from anxiety.
Participants are encouraged to wear loose, comfortable clothing and shoes. Bringing a water bottle is also recommended.