Spring, 2019 Qigong Intensive

It's time for a deep-dive into the ancient practice of Qigong! This training is designed to meet the needs of both beginners and advanced students who wish to immerse themselves in the principles and practices of Qigong; and we also provide the opportunity for Instructor Training. This is the best way to deepen your own personal practice and familiarize yourself with the world of Qi.

 

The main content of this course is offered on 3 Saturdays in April, from 7:30am to 2pm (the 7:30am to 9:00am portion is optional). You can now sign-up for each of the Saturday sessions separately, or join all 3 for a discounted rate.

 

The "Instructor Supplementals," for those taking the training with the goal of learning to teach Qigong, will be offered on 3 Monday evenings in April, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

 

Every participant in the course receives a 1-month free pass to all of the Qigong classes offered in Ashland at Community Acupuncture + Natural Health, as part of their continuing Qigong education. 

Who is this course for?

 

  • Anyone who seeks to experience and share greater health and well-being, and learn helpful principles and practices of energy-work and meditation.

  • Anyone who wants to fill their self-reliance tool box with practices that can help calm anxiety, relieve stress and enhance well-being.

  • Current and aspiring Qigong, Tai-Chi, Meditation, Martial Art or Yoga Instructors.

  • Massage therapists, or healers of any kind who wish to add to their self-care regimen.

  • Certified personal trainers who wish to broaden their repetoire with effective mind-body techniques.

  • Anyone who seeks to experience and share greater health and well-being, and learn helpful principles and practices of energy-work and meditation.

 

 

Continuing Qigong Education

 

We currently have, "Community Qigong," classes at Community Acupuncture + Natural Health that offer a forum in which new instructors can gain experience teaching and sharing Qigong with our broader community in Southern Oregon. These classes are open to the public on a donation basis, and are taught by one or more instructors at a time, so that instructors in training have a supportive community in which they can improve their teaching skill and provide education to beginners.