Saturday, August 24, 2013

Rainforest Qigong

Qigong in the Rainforest!
What is Qigong?
The literal definition of qigong, (chi kung, chi gong) is “life energy method”. In qigong we seek to align breath, movement and the focus of the mind. Qigong is an excellent method of exercise, healing and meditation that can bring one increased focus, energetic balance, and a sense of emotional well being.
The class will focus on the healing benefits and meditative practices of the Six Healing Sounds and Eight Brocades Qigong (Chi Kung) sets. Set in the wonderful surroundings of the Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster, Colorado this class allows one to practice in the beauty of a tropical rainforest in the middle of Colorado!
The Six Healing Sounds is designed to cleanse and tonify the organ systems of the body while the Eight Brocades works to balance and store the body’s energy and provide an excellent form of extremely low impact exercise.
The combination of the Six Healing Sounds and the Eight Brocades provides an hour of moving meditative health practices that leave you feeling centered and energized.
Classes are taught by Chris Haynes of Yizong Arts – Westminster, CO. Chris is an avid martial artist that has pursued the Chinese martial arts for 15 years, and has specialized in the arts of Baguazhang and Xingyiquan for 13 years. In that time he has also gained an in-depth understanding of the practices of Qigong as it has been a key part to his training. His training is primarily in the Yizong branch of Gao Style Baguazhang and Hebei Xingyiquan as taught by Luo De Xiu of Taipei, Taiwan.
All levels are welcome!!
Class date and time:
Sunday, September 8th from 7:45am to 8:45am

The Butterfly Pavilion
6252 W. 104th Avenue
Westminster, CO 80020 -
$8 for members - $10 for non-members
Pre-registration is preferred. Please register online using the link below, call 720-974-1861, or email to sign up today!
For more questions about Rainforest Qigong, please don't hesitate to call us at 720-974-1877 or email
This class is intended for adults. Children 16 and older may attend with a parent.

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