Qi Gong

Qi Gong

Learn how to glide effortlessly through life with Buddhist energy Qi Gong. 
With a background in meditation and alternative therapies, Padma will focus on developing your relationship with your own healing abilities, improving relaxation, clarity and emotional stability.

Classes In Victoria Park
on the bottom corner of Hill Avenue&  Nutgrove Avenue, BS3 4SU - by the big trees

Fridays at 10:15-11:15 am - for 5 weeks from 9th June 2017

£5 drop in.
No experience necessary.
For more information contact Padma on 07731 784 254 or stephaniebetschart@hotmail.com

What people say about my classes: 

"A lovely blend of sensitivity, playfulness and deep stillness"
"Really enjoyed getting into the flow of energy and felt really present in my body and breath"
"Very clear instructions, easy to learn and follow".
"Beautiful sequence, calming & energizing! really enjoyed it!"

What is QiGong

Qigong is an ancient Chinese system of healing and energy medicine. Qigong is a powerful healing art that involves gentle movements, meditation and breathing techniques to cleanse, circulate, strengthen and ground our life energy.

It works with the flow of Qi (or Chi) our "life force" or "life energy" for healing purposes, purposefully working with the Qi flow so as to restore a healthier balance within and between the different functions of the body.
Qigong is one of the most effective self-healing method in the world; it is easy to learn, the only investment needed is time and the beneficial effects are cumulative.

Qigong originated in China thousands of years ago from shamanism, Taoism and Buddhism, traditional Chinese medicine and has close links with Martial arts and tai chi.

What it means

Qi means ‘vital energy’, ‘breath’ or ‘life force’. It's a concept from traditional Chinese culture. 
Gong means cultivation or mastery. 
Qi Gong therefore could be translated as ‘cultivation of vital energy’ or ‘mastery of your energy’.

Coming soon:

Why practice QiGong?
The science behind it all
Guidance for enjoying your practice

Self-Healing Form – 5 Elements – Central Channel – Life force – Grounding to the Earth and connecting to the Sky – Meditation – Balance – Walking QiGong- Connecting to Nature.