This intimate workshop for a small group of 5-6 people will leave you feeling more grounded, clear, and reconnected to your authentic resilient self. Workshop participants will learn easy practical skills in:
The foundational attitudes that are at the heart of what mindfulness really is
Both formal and informal ways to integrate mindfulness into a busy life
How mindfulness can help you navigate physical and emotional challenges such as stress, pain, anxiety
Help you integrate all parts of yourself (the dark, the light everything in between) and
2) MEDICAL QIGONG:
How this 5,000 year old Chinese practice can cultivate a healthy energy body, leading to a healthier physical body, mind and spirit
How to use posture, gentle movement, intention, concentration, visualization, breath work, and your ability to vocalize healing sounds to 1) purge the body of Qi that is no longer of highest service 2) nourish the body with fresh new Qi, 3) bring balance to the flow of Qi through the body and 4) help you to reconnect with your true resilient nature
This workshop is beneficial for anyone who wants to learn new self-care practices to:
cope better with physical pain and fatigue
learn new ways to integrate and process emotional challenges such as stress, anxiety and depression
cultivate current personal practice for learning, healing, growth and overall wellness
Strengthen the body’s energetic capacity for conscious attraction and manifestation (since the body is like a radio transmitter & antenna).
Consciously radiate positive vibes from the inside out!
Workshop fee $125 +HST
Workshop fee includes the following downloadable resources:
Other things to know:
3 audio recordings guiding you through mindful meditations
2 audio recordings guiding you through mindful movement practices
1 audio recording guiding you through a qigong meditation for grounding and centering
1 video recording guiding you through a medical qigong sound/colour/element self-healing practice
1 video recording guiding you through a medical qigong movement practice to nourish our 5 yin organs
Other things to know:
We will be taking a 30-40 min lunch break at around noon so it is recommended that you bring a packed lunch.
Wear comfortable clothing and layers as I won’t have control over the room temperature.
I apologize that the workshop space is not fully accessible as it requires 1 flight of stairs to access the main floor and then another 2 flights to access the 3rd floor workshop room.