Qigong: Pathway to the Heart - Qigong for the Cardiovascular System


What’s Happening?

Qigong (pronounced CHEE-GONG) is a practice of coordinated movements and breathing done in repetition for clearing, cultivating, and balancing energy within the body while also building strength and stability. It is a gentle form of exercise that can be though of as a moving meditation. This method of coordinating breath with body movements helps to bring awareness within, reduce stress, anxiety and tension, and also promotes restful sleep. Tai chi combines the ancient practice of Qigong with martial arts forms. The movements are slow and conducted in a continuous, circular and flowing motion while either standing or seated. This class will be held outdoors (weather permitting) with limited capacity. Participants will be spaced at least 6' apart. Instructed by Julie Wolter Jenowe. 

Qigong (pronounced CHEE-GONG) is a practice of coordinated movements and breathing done in repetition for clearing, cultivating, and balancing energy within the body while also building strength and stability. It is a gentle form of exercise that can be though of as a moving meditation. This method of coordinating breath with body movements helps to bring awareness within, reduce stress, anxiety and tension, and also promotes restful sleep. Tai chi combines the ancient practice of Qigong with martial arts forms. The movements are slow and conducted in a continuous, circular and flowing motion while either standing or seated. This class will be held outdoors (weather permitting) with limited capacity. Participants will be spaced at least 6' apart. Instructed by Julie Wolter Jenowe. 

About the Event Host
Experience year-round horticultural displays that inspire, programs that educate, and events that entertain at Omaha's public garden- a place to relax and reconnect with nature.
When & Where
Nov 6, 2021, 8:00am to 9:00am
Lauritzen Gardens
100 Bancroft Street
Omaha, Nebraska
$15.00


What To Expect

Self-care

Meditation


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