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Qigong - Meditation in Motion (Online weekly)

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A morning session of Shi-Ba-Shi - 18 Movements Qigong - ONLINE

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Do you want to meditate, but have trouble sitting still? Do you like the idea of yoga, but feel like you don't have the flexibility or want to get on the floor? Qigong might be for you!

Learn the principles of tai chi through a simple qigong, Shi-Ba-Shi, also known as the 18 Movements. Suitable for all ages from 10 years upwards and most fitness levels. All exercises can be done standing or seated.

The 18 Movements qigong is a series of 18 different movements - each repeated several times. We join them together with coordinated breathing into one flowing and relaxing exercise set. The movements are gentle and easy to perform requiring nothing more than to be able to move your arms and lift your feet.

You will follow along with an experienced instructor for each of the movements in the sequence in detail during the session, and hopefully finish feeling relaxed and energised!

You can ask questions and receive feedback at the end of the session if time permits .

  • Bookings are open until 30 minutes before the session starts!
  • Transfers to a new date are possible if you can't make it. Make a transfer at least 45 minutes prior to your session start time as it closes at 30 minutes before the start time. Sorry - no refunds.

Instructor: Kate Clapham-Dorjee

Tai Chi for Health Dunedin


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Kate is a qualified instructor and a life member of the World Tai Chi Boxing Association (WTBA) and has been a practitioner for 30 years and teaching independently for over 20 years. Kate has a special interest in teaching people with disabilities and adapting forms and qigongs to suit the needs of the people participating in a class. Tai chi has allowed Kate to have an exercise routine and to live a healthy life that is relatively pain-free.

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