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Spring Qi Gong Series, 6 sessions, Paekakariki

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St James churh hall, Paekakariki

37 Ocean Road

Paekakariki, Wellington 5034

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A series of 6 1-hour qigong classes to learn the 18 part Shibashi tai chi qigong form. with video link for you to continue practice

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Qi gong (chi kung) is an ancient Taoist system of movement whcih enhances energy, promotes vitality, and leads to greater relaxation in the mind and body. It is a wonderful form of mindfulness in movement. Qi gong literally means “working with energy” and has the same roots as traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture and tai chi. It draws on the use of breath, gentle movement and mindfulness to cleanse, strengthen and circulate chi (qi or life force). Research at the Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine shows that qi gong extends life span, promotes healing and helps to cultivate a healthy body/mind.

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Fee: $80 for series

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St James churh hall, Paekakariki

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Paekakariki, Wellington 5034

New Zealand

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Organiser the art of mindfulness - Rachel Tobin

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Rachel Tobin is the director of the art of mindfulness. She teaches mindfulness courses, offers mindfulness training in organisations, and teaches one-day and residential mindfulness and movement retreats at various centres round NZ. She offers a mindfulness-based approach for coaching, mentioring and supervision on a 1:1 basis, and facilitates her 7-week programme for children, Now, in the Moment. Rachel is also a poet and her collection, Say it Naked, was published at the end of last year.

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