I’m happy to announce there are now three classes on my teaching roster! Please see the attached flyers for details: Stress Reduction and Relaxation, Healing Workout
Starting January 19, I will be teaching a Qigong for Stress Reduction and Relaxation class at Mountain Pose Yoga and Wellness Studio in Kimberley (in the Platzl). The class will run from 7:00 – 8:15 pm on Thursday evenings. Note: 10 class passes are currently on sale for $85 – please contact Mountain Pose for registration information: 250.427.7670; www.mountainpose.ca
Starting January 23 and running to February 27, I will be teaching a Qigong for Stress Reduction and Relaxation class at Exhale Yoga and Movement Studio, in Cranbrook BC. The class runs from 7:00 pm to 8:15 pm on Monday evenings – the cost is $72 for all six classes. Please contact the studio for registration information, or email Brenda Cartier at firstname.lastname@example.org
Finally, I will be teaching a Qigong Healing Workout class at the College of the Rockies, Cranbrook facility. This class is a more structured format and will run for six Tuesdays starting February 21, from 5:00 – 6:15 pm; there is a free introduction to this class on February 7, 5:00 pm – please contact Continuing Education at College of the Rockies for registration information.
Happy New Year!
I am very excited to be offering classes and treatment services this year (see Current Services page), and to be continuing my studies in Medical Qigong. I am currently working through the Medical Qigong Therapist level of study, where we have already learned about sensory, intuitive and perceptual diagnosis, and Dao Yin Therapy (how to move and direct Qi); we will finish this level by learning how to treat pediatric, geriatric, gynecological, neurological and emotional issues, and in June, cancer.
In addition to Medical Qigong, I will also undergo 100 hours of study this year in Traditional Chinese medicine to greater understand the five elements, and diagnostic techniques including the study of tongue diagnosis and pulse diagnosis. I will be learning about external pathogenic factors and acupuncture points for treatment to add to what we have already learned in the first 1.5 years of Medical Qigong study.
I look forward to using what I have learned to date! Please feel free to share this website with anyone who you feel may benefit from treatment or classes.
Akemashite omedetou gozaimasu! Happy New Years – good health to you and your loved ones in 2012!