The Healing Art of Qigong

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Free and open to people of any age and background, including total beginners, this moving meditation class teaches the flowing, relaxing and revitalizing Qigong exercises which have been proven to help strengthen our bodies, immune systems, and emotional well-being while increasing flexibility and comfortable range of movement in the joints.

Classes have been offered at the Millbrook Free Library and Merritt Bookstore, MIllbrook NY, and Riverside Park, NYC. 

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Employee & Corporate Classes 

A great way to build team work, encourage communication, lower work place stress, and stimulate creative thinking:  offer your employees the bonus of an in-house exercise class. One of my most successful programs!

Exercise is a great way to refresh and revitalize, either during the lunch hour or after work. Besides obvious health benefits, studies show it encourages mental flexibility and imagination, too. 

 I offer on-going classes in the exercise style of your choice: Yoga, Qigong (aka "Moving Meditation"), Mindful Strength and Flexibility, or a mixture of all three.

I also offer one-time, special events, such as the Qigong class pictured above in Central Park, NYC, for the annual meeting of bi-coastal employees of a national magazine.

 References for this program are available from the C.E.O of a company who offered this bonus to his employees twice a week for over 8 years. 

Class given at Merritt Bookstore, Millbrook, NY most Saturdays 11 am - noon. Call bookstore for schedule.

Class given at Merritt Bookstore, Millbrook, NY most Saturdays 11 am - noon. Call bookstore for schedule.

The Tai Chi of Flexibility 

 This class combines Eastern Qi based flow with Western corrective exercise. Based on the ancient “Silk Reeling” technique, it teaches a stress-free way to mobilize stiff or achy joints and relax - lengthen tight muscles. In all my years of study, moving and teaching, I have found this to be the absolute best way to get flexible. It feels great, too: you don’t have to suffer to get flexible! Indeed, your body will probably respond much more quickly to this unforced, flowing, breath-ful approach.