Shibashi Tai Chi Qi Gong and Relaxation Meditation
Now is the ripe time for a new guided group/class for those seeking a calmer life, more focused thinking and improved balanced body and posture. Part of Linzi’s Simpler Life consultation, this ongoing course introduces you to a healthful exercise and relaxation meditation techniques that you can practice at home and in the workplace
Dates: Saturdays from April 2012 ongoing *
Time: prompt start 9.30 – 10.30am
*note: please contact organizer beforehand to check class is happening
Venue: Edworthy Park, Calgary, Alberta – parking south side of Bow River/rail tracks, meet tutor at Picnic shelter no.2. This is an undercover space to practice if inclement weather
Cost: donation $10/$15 per session
Ask yourself this …
Do you frequently feel a bit too much stress and anxiety?
Wish you could find a beneficial exercise routine to do at home?
Do you want to improve your posture, balance, general health?
Wish you were calmer, clearer thinking, have improved sleep?
Want to live longer and with more complete health?
Meditation and Shibashi Tai Chi Ki Kung are skills for life. You are never too young or too old to learn; we embrace all physical abilities. No equipment needed, just yourself. Wear loose and comfortable clothing, soft shoes so you can move around a little.
For this life enhancing workshop BENEFITS may include:
- clearer thinking & decision making
- improved sleep
- reduced anxiety and stress
- better general mind & body health
- improved balance
- better posture (eg back pain)
- calm & peaceful mind
- learning to create a Breathing Space within your life
Linzi Martin is an experienced teacher, writer, holistic living consultant.
Chi Kung, also known as Qigong, is an ancient system of holistic physical healthcare, light aerobic exercise, ideally suited for all levels of fitness and mobility. If you are recovering from an illness or suffer conditions like chronic fatigue as well as a high level of physical training for marathon etc, Qigong will gently improve your flexibility, mobility, muscular strength and respiratory function. The style I teach is called ‘Shibashi tai chi qi gong’.