Qi Movements

Date: Saturdays, September 7 - October 26, 2019
Time: 9:30 - 10:30 am
Location: Beechwood Ave/MacKay St
(address will be given with confirmation of registration)
Cost: $161     Drop-in: $27 (inquire to check availability)
Registration: lainy@breathechi.com

Qi Movements heal and strengthen the body, and calm and focus the mind. Through the pureness of Qigong we work with our energetic and physical bodies to improve health and stamina.

Note: No class on September 14, 2019

Qi Movement

Date: Tuesdays, September 10 - October 29, 2019
Time: 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Location: Woodroffe Ave/Richmond Rd
(address will be given with confirmation of registration)
Cost: $161
Registration: lainy@breathechi.com

Qi Movement exercises cleanse away stagnation and strengthens your Qi to empower vibrant health, life balance and joy while enhancing flexibility, strength, mental calm and focus.

Note: No class on September 17, 2019


For further information/questions, private or private group sessions email: lainy@breathechi.com

Qigong Movements - Forms Taught on a Rotational Basis

Shibashi TaiChi/Qigong 1, 2, 3 - an 18-movement form based on the philosophy of Tai Chi and extracts some of the movements from the Yang style Tai Chi Chuan. Reduce mental stress and physical tension carried in the muscles of the body.

Stress Relief Qigong - learn simple, easy Qigong techniques that quickly reduce stress and give you back a sense of healthy well-being when you feel most stressed.

Zhang Fu Gong - Organ Cleansing & Strengthening Qigong - learn anti-aging exercises that help the body to naturally detoxify, repair and build immunity. Improves overall organ function in the body.

Five Elements Qigong - strengthen cellular, tissue and fascia structure of the five main organ/energy systems of the body by energizing the primary acupuncture meridians.

Radiant Lotus Women’s Qigong - cultivate feminine strength, flexibility, emotional and physical balance, passion for life and compassion for self and others with this powerful Women’s Qigong.

Wuji Qigong - learn simple, effective exercises designed to open up the shoulders and release tension, improve balance and circulation and much more!

Yi Jing Jin - Yi Jin Jing is a relatively intense form of exercise that aims at strengthening the muscles and tendons, promoting strength and flexibility, speed and stamina, balance and coordination of the body. 

Hunyuan Qigong - A rare and powerful form of qigong for health and meditation from the ancient Taoist tradition. 

Ba Duan Jin - The Eight Pieces of Brocade - this form was developed during the twelfth century by the famous general Yueh Fei (who also created the Hsing I internal martial art) as a way to strengthen the body, to balance the vital functions and to drive stagnant energy and toxins from the system. 

Tai Chi - Originally developed as a martial art it is now more commonly practiced for its health benefits. It is a graceful flowing form that integrates the mind and body. It is known for stress reduction, improving balance and aiding many other health conditions.