Qigong on Zoom

Current Qigong courses on zoom:

1. Qigong for Strengthening Kidneys & Bones Vitality (10 week series)
Mondays, 7:15am-8am
November 7, 2022 to March 6, 2023

2. Yang Sheng Gong (6 months course. This is for Chinese and Japanese class only)
Tuesdays, 7am-8am
January 10 to June 27, 2023

3. Intro to Zhinenge Qigong level III, Wu Yuan Zhuang (6 month course)
Wednesdays, 7:30pm-8:30pm
January 4 to June 21

4. Understanding Daoist sacred body with Yang Sheng Gong (Part I, 6 month course)
Saturdays, 10am-11am
January 7th to June 17th

Sunday Qigong Series & Events

1. Celebrate Chinese New Year with Taiji Fan
Sunday, January 22, 1-2:30pm

2. Qi Hua Gong with Live Music
Sunday, February 12, 1-3pm

3. Swimming Dragon
Sunday, March 12, 1-3pm


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Private Classes

Lorelei is delighted to teach a private session online or outside of her back yard when weather permits. Please feel free to contact her at dancenlight@gmail.com to schedule your private session on Qigong, Five Element Meridians and movement classes.

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Celebrate Chinese New Year With Taiji Fan

Celebrating Chinese New Year with Taiji Fan Onsite & Online. Recording will be shared January 12, 1-3pm EDT

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Introduction to Chinese Calligraphy

Chinese calligraphy is one of the most beautiful writings. It’s an artistic expression of written language of China over thousands of years. Throughout China's history, calligraphy writing was also used as a tool to ease physical tensions and daily stress. Through a series of classes, you will learn the basic brush strokes and fundamental techniques of Chinese calligraphy.

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Introduction to Zhineng Qigong Level III Wu Yuan Zhuang (Part I)

January 4th to June 14th, 2023 (Total 24 weeks) Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30pmEDT “Only after cultivation and the attainment of high qigong consciousness, can you understand the laws of life, of living on this earth.”-Dr. Pang Ming

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Qi Hua Gong With Live Music

Qi Hua Gong With Live Music Onsite & Online. Recording will be shared February 12, 1-3pmEDT We often about the Qi in Qigong practice, rarely mention about “Hua” the transformational process in order to allow our body to absorb the Qi. In order to receive Qi, we must understand how to transform to maximize the benefit of your Qigong practice

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Qigong For Strengthening The Kidneys and Bone Vitality

In Traditional Chinese Medicine & Qigong theory, our bones are ruled by the Kidneys, as well as our bone marrow, brain, teeth, ears (hearing) and hair. Kidneys also store the blueprint of our ancestors and essence of who we are. This mysterious organ is our life reservoir and holds so much of our past, present and future.

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Swimming Dragon Qigong

Swimming Dragon Qigong Onsite & Online. Recording will be shared March 12, 1-3pmEDT Green Dragon rises from the East in the cosmology of ancient Chinese’s belief. Dragon is one of the only imaginary animals in the Chinese’s 12 zodiacs. It symbolizes power, strength and intelligence.

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Understanding Daoist sacred body with Yang Sheng Gong (part 1)

January 7th to June 17th, 2023 (Total 24 weeks) Saturdays, 10am-11amEDT Understanding Daoist sacred body with Yang Sheng Gong (part 1) Yang Sheng means “Nourishing life”; this very idea has been in the Chinese language, thought, culture and cuisine for thousand of years. It is based on how to harmonize with nature of Dao

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