Public Workshops

 

Example of a workshop held in July 2021: 

Wu Dang Primordial Qi Gong Set One

Shoulders Down, Inc. and Rising Phoenix T'ai Chi invite you to special Qi Gong and T'ai Chi workshops!

The following workshop has concluded, and more workshops will be added shortly, so please check back in or email us to be on our notification list. Thank you!

T’AI CHI AND QI GONG TO UNITE WITH ORIGINAL QI, WU DANG PRIMORDIAL QI GONG, SET ONE, IN FOUR PARTS 

These classes will help advanced students, beginners, and brand new attendees to boost and restore original qi, the elixir of vitality! Primordial means united with the cosmos as one, and this set will bring your attention to your inner-qi, your own powerful energy base, and help you open and connect with the universal energy around you. Though the entire set consists of 12 movements, we'll break it down and share the deep work and details with just a few moves in each class, for ease of understanding and to help with memory. It is best to attend each class in order to deeply cover the full program of work. These are easily performed, non-strenuous, meditative movements adaptable for seated work.  Discussion of the meridian fields and breath work will also be shared. This set provides focus and clarity for the mind while engaging the body with gentle, flowing movements, and allows the spirit to settle and relax, while filling with joy! Taught by Cate Morrill, Certified Wu Dang Qi Gong Instructor.  Registration ends Friday, July 10th.

The link to the classes will be emailed prior to each class for those who register. 

Registration is complete when payment is received, payment must be received by Saturday, July 10th,  unless other provisions are made. Payment for the workshop includes attendance, set list, notes, and individual support in movement flow and attention to any needed personal modification and detail. The fee for this workshop series is one payment of $80. 

Refunds are available for the full series only, with notice, before the series begins (emergency or other exceptions are generally considered as needed).

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