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What is Qigong for Health?

Qigong is a personal practice that uses different postures, called Daoyins, to cultivate Qi and invigorate a person's tissues, balance emotions, and calm the mind.

During the class, we will cover some mechanics of physical posture, coordinated breath, and focused intention.

The whole purpose of Qigong is to bring balance and create the free flow of Qi in the body. 

Furthermore, Qigong aids people in connecting to their bodies, activating the Central Nervous System's parasympathetic system (the rest and digest mode) via the breath. This gets us out of our fight-or-flight response to our environment, the sympathetic nervous system's response. 


I teach a certain set called the Insight Qigong Set. I have received my teacher training from the Red Thread Institute and am a Certified Qigong for Health Instructor.


This is held in a group setting, much like yoga classes. These postures can be done lying, sitting, or standing during class.

I teach Fridays from 4 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. at The Yoga Connection and Spoke CoWorking (the link will take you to the payment page until July 11th), from 10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. on Thursdays. I also teach at The Coalition Downtown, (instagram link, payment form link in bio) every other Thursday at 6pm.


Come and join in and let's get some Qi moving!


Click on one of the links below for either location. 

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Research articles linked to Qigong.

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