Qigong zoom classesCurrent Qigong courses on zoom:
1. Mondays, 7:15am-8amET
Qigong for balancing the Kidney and soothing the heart (10 week series, ongoing)
2. Tuesday, 7am-8amET (After Daylight Saving in March, 8am-9amET
Yang Sheng Gong II (In Chinese)
3. Wednesdays, 7:15pm-8:15pmET
Essence of Zhinenge Qigong level I,II, III (5 month course)
4. Fridays, 11-11:45amET
Let's Taiji Dance (10 weeks series)
5. Sundayss, 11am-12noonET
Qi Pharmacy I & II (Whole year)
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Private ClassesThis is offered via zoom only. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your private session on Qigong, Five Element Meridians and movement classes.
Let's Taiji Dance This is an ongoing weekly zoom class that will be taught on every Friday runs 10 sessions for a period. This session is held from March 1st to May 3rd, at 11am-11:45am ET “Movement is the song of the body.” Vanda Scaravelli once said. When we move, we give our body an opportunity to sing it’s favorite melody, to connect with the most joyful part of our hearts. Our movements create the most beautiful melody of our soul. We tap into the world of our being and communicate with ourselves authentically and honestly.
The Art of Chinese Calligraphy (In Person)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.
Movement MedicineWe all know how to dance even before we can remember when we are in our mothers' womb. We wiggles our body to communicate with our mothers, we learn how to understand her through sensing her movements. This class offers an insightful way to bring us back to that deep knowing by listening, moving our bodies with awareness and trust. As we connecting mind, body and spirit through Qi dances, we find our authentic body language and connect to nature self what Chinese calls Zi Ran (natural and spontaneous movement).
Qi Pharmacy I & IIAccording to Chinese medicine, most diseases are caused by blockage of energy flow in the body due to insufficient qi and blood. In result, the diseases are formed by accumulated toxic over the years that are not flushed out of the body. Therefore, to cure illness, we must first open the flow and allow the stagnant qi moving and discharged, then waking up our immune and healing system of oneself.
Qigong For Nourishing the Kidney Water and Balancing the Heart FireOngoing class on Monday, 7:15-8amET Jan 8 to Mar 11, 2024 Water and fire are both very common and important substances in nature. As "Shang Shu" said: "Water and fire are what we drink and use everyday." Water and fire have their own characteristics. Water is calm, cold in nature, and moisturizing. Water in Chinese medicine, the main character is Cang, means "store" and "hidden". Fire, on the other hand, is active, warm in nature, and the characteristic is Fa, means develop, expand and spread.
Qigong For Soothing the Heart IIDate: Mondays, October 16 to December 18 (10 weeks) Time: 7:15-8amET Shu Xin Ping Xue Gong contains two sets of the form. This particular Qigong form was created by Professor Zhang Guangde of Beijing Sport University. it is created and compiled under the guidance of the overall concept of traditional Chinese medicine, syndrome differentiation and treatment, the theory of viscera and meridians, and related theories of modern medicine.
The Essence of Zhineng Qigong Level I, II, III (Part 2) January 10th to May 29th 2024 (no class on April 3) Wednesdays, 7:15-8:15pmET. In these 24 week course, Lorelei will be sharing some extensive tips, including her own understanding of the forms and approaches that she has been using for her own practice of Zhineng Qigong and other Qigong methods.