weekly qi gong schedule
Monday, 1:05 to 1:55, The Muse, 34 E. San Francisco, Willits
Tuesday, 12:05 to 12:55, Yoga Mendocino, 262 Mason St., Ukiah
Wednesday, 12:05 to 12:55, McGarvey Park or Space Theatre, Ukiah
Saturday, 10:00 t0 11:00*, McGarvey Park, Ukiah
*This Saturday class time fluctuates seasonally, earlier in summer, later in winter
Classes are drop-in for $8-$10/per class, $10-$16/per class at Yoga Mendocino
I teach a Qi (pronounced like “me") Gong classes four times a week. Qi Gong means “working with Qi”. Using a combination of simple movements and breathing techniques, Qi Gong is both relaxing and energizing. From muscle tension to hypertension, it addresses all levels of well-being. It is both an external and internal practice. Outwardly it looks much like tai chi and includes movements of the 12 major joints of the body in rhythmic and often repetitive form to increase flexibility, strength and range of motion. Internally, it focuses the mind and attention on special areas of the body to build or move the qi (vital energy). It is easy to learn and practice. Of all the exercise forms available, Qi Gong is the best one I know.
If you would like to find out more about Qi Gong and the class that I teach, click here. No previous experience is necessary.