Introduction to Taoist Energetics & Qigong: February 1st

We are excited that Andy Green will be sharing his depth of experience and journey with us at the Home of Yoga / Heart Place.

This workshop is an Introduction to our 4 week course:

Introductory Workshop:
The Introduction to Taoist Energetics & Qigong will cover Taoist energetics & the following Qigong practices:
– 5 element Qigong
– 8 silk brocade
– 1008 fist Qigong
– Immune boosting Qigong
– Bagua Qigong
– sitting practice.

Workshop Investment:
Full Payment $75 concession $60
Early Bird $ 65 Concession $50 January 20th

Date: Feb 1st 2pm-4.30pm

We recommend booking into the 4 week Course the follows:
Of course this Introductory workshop will be dipping your big toe into the vast ocean.
We hope that doing so will inspire you to deepen your journey and dip a little deeper by attending the 4 week term to follow on Thursday nights at 5.30pm – 7pm Feb 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th.
Here is the Course Link:

Note :

**The Introductory Workshop will be complete in itself.

** Special Offer for booking into both the Introductory Workshop and the 4 Week Term to encourage you to benefit from enjoying both. For a 10% reduction email for booking details. This offer must be taken up before the early bird date of the Introductory Workshop.

More Information:
Qigong is both healing and rejuvenating, connecting us with the body, the life force (chi), and the spirit (consciousness).

Andy Green commenced a daily practice of meditation when he was twenty. He has practiced Tai Chi, Bagua and Qigong for over 40 years, during this time he was taught by different Masters, studied in China at the Shaolin Monastery, and in the Taoist heartland in the Wudang Mountains. He is the director of the Wu Wei School.

Qigong translates as energy-work and the practices taught are for well being.

Andy has also taught yoga for 16 years and is the author of an in depth book on philosophy soon to be released 2020- the excitement is building!

$75.00 $65.00

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