Classes

Welcome to our small group of qigong practitioners in a residential community center enjoying the benefits of practicing indoors yet being located in a lovely rural setting next to a natural laguna wetlands.

Classes in Qigong & Circle Walking

Experience the life-nurturing arts of ancient China, a 5,000 year old Chinese healing system for health, physical fitness, and prevention of disease.  Our qigong practices function in many ways: To purify, gather, circulate, store, and transform the Qi. Walking in a circle holding specific arm postures is one of our main practices. These postures open, unblock and energize specific meridian and other energy centers throughout the body. Qigong and circle walking is beneficial for all ages, all health conditions, and even those practicing the martial arts as a way of developing inner strength.  Classes are on-going and new students can join us at any time.

Saturday’s 10:30-11:30 am, drop-in $10; $40 monthly

This Qigong and Circle Walking class is held at the Annex building ( 425 Morris St.), next to the main building of the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center.

Qigong Forms Practiced On A Regular Basis:

Taichi Ruler, Swimming Dragon, Master Wan Sujian’s Tonifying Three Dantians, Pre-Heaven Taichi Ruler, Dragon Chases The Pearl, Bear and Crane Frolics, Healing Sounds, Push-Pull, Gathering Starlight Energy, Compassionate Buddha Qigong, Wuji Palms Facing Heaven, Rolling The Ball, Primordial Wuji Qigong Meditation, and more.

 

Michael teaching classes in Circle Walking in Qigong Classes

Holding The Ball Circle Walking

One of Michael’s favorite qigong forms is Bagua Qigong Circle Walking.  Popularly practiced as a martial arts form (ba gua chang), qigong circle walking is more therapeutic and meditative than its martial cousin.  We practice it often and Michael has his own DVD version of it which is available for purchase, along with other DVDs on his practice routines. Contact him about these DVDs.

New students are welcome to Michael’s on-going qigong classes at the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center. He has been teaching qigong there for the past 15 years, and has a faithful following of regular students who attend these weekly classes plus also attend his day-long mini retreats and his annual weekend intensive retreats in the Spring.

 

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