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Tai Chi/Qi Gong Workshop

  • Ghidrahs Mind Body Spirit 120 E Maumee St Adrian, MI 49221 USA (map)

Please join Carol A. Gallentine, LMT for an awesome workshop!

She will be sharing new concepts, energy, electromagnetics, meridians, ROOTING, abdominal breathing, perceptions, connections, healing sounds, and the body movements of Tai Chi/Qi Gong.

Handouts will be given. This class is designed to help you start your own at home practice.

This class is $60 for the four hour workshop. Please stop in or call to pre-register. 517-260-0116

Message us with any questions!

People need to bring pillow, blanket, water to hydrate, wear comfortable clothing, journal; we do the form with our bare feet, some people may have a problem so I suggest bringing non-slip shoes they do not wear outside or slippers. This is a moving meditation utilizing every muscle in a person's body.

Carol A. Gallentine, is a Licensed Massage Therapist and an Advanced CranioSacral Therapist. Carol started her Tai Chi journey in the early 80's. She is Certified by Dr. Paul Lam in Tai Chi for Diabetes. After taking the weekend course with Dr. Lam, she started searching for instructors closer to home. Carol found an instructor in Ann Arbor and drove there 5 days a week for instruction in Tai Chi and QiGong, for over two years. She then took a BaGua class once a week in Ann Arbor. Carol taught Tai Chi classes at Essential Energies for a couple of years. She started teaching Tai Chi/QiGong Workshops a couple of years ago to help people understand the concepts and intricacies of Chinese Medicine and how it could improve your physical health.

Tai Chi is a gentle, yet powerful form of moving meditation. QiGong is an ancient Chinese health care system that integrates physical posture, breathing techniques and focused intention. A deep self awareness can be achieved and felt on all the mind, body and spiritual levels by practicing on a daily basis.

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