Come inside for a cozy experiential afternoon with qigong movements and conversational insights…
Winter is when we can recover from our year before spring begins. Have you ever noticed that it’s the only season that crosses two calendar years?
Maximum yin season = winter. The cooling qualities of winter [water] create a downward flow and inward attention. It is a time of year when energy needs to be conserved rather than expended.
When we look to Mother Nature, her busyness happens in cycles—followed by intervals of rest. Let us remember, we too our nature.
Give yourself two-hours of nourishment and learn:
- winter qigong movements
- the elements of water’s soft strength
- why it’s important to rest and listen within
- how learning self-acceptance is the ultimate openness—it requires courage—the fortitude of the heart
$35 per person | in advance
$40 per person | day of
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY ~ EVERYONE IS WELCOME
Wear comfortable clothes, bring a water bottle, pen and paper
There are plenty of mats, blankets, and bolsters available at the studio.