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T’ai Ji and Qigong Summer School in Rugby, see below for details.
T’ai Ji Quan is Mindfullness in Motion
Qigong translates as ‘Life Energy Cultivation’.
Carol Wrigley runs classes in the North Suffolk coastal area, and has worked with many hundreds of people. You can read more about her on her biography page.
Information on regular classes and their venues can be found here
An exercise system based on Traditional Chinese Medicine and Chinese Philosphy benefits the whole person.Qigong – an exercise system based on Traditional Chinese Medicine and Chinese Philosphy – benefits the whole person.
Physically – improves our balance; gives a good sense of rootedness; and releases stagnation that builds up in the body, arrests the natural flow of vital fluids, and restricts the structural working aspects.
Emotionally – releases pent up feelings and helps us to be responsive and spontaneous with our expressions.
Mentally – with the physical movements and exercises, the mental aspect of our being is taught to be present and mindful of what we are doing, arresting and slowing the endless thought processes.
Spiritually – a sense of completeness develops awareness of all that surrounds us.
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T’ai Ji and Qigong Summer School 2018
16th – 19th July 2018 10.00am -4.00pm
£120.00 for 4 days.
Venue Old Laurentians Rugby Club, Bilton, Rugby CV22 &QT
Instructors David Lomer, Lindsey Cox and Carol Wrigley – all senior teachers of the Nei Chia Association and are on the British Register of Complementary Medicine.
Please contact David on NeiChia@virginmedia.com