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Introducing the community to the gentle, powerful practice of Qigong that can heal, strengthen, and lead to a state of mindfulness and calm.

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Visiting Teacher Mfundishi Khalil Maasi

Tuesday, October 13 (Rain date Oct. 20*)

3:00 to 4:30 pm

Free Community Program Suggested Donation: $5
 Adults (if you can).

Open to youths 14 and older.

Beginners to intermediate level.

T&SPC Church Back Lawn (608 Broad Street), 
across the street from NCMC (2 Park Place).

NCMC is providing this beginners workshop in Newark to introduce the community to the gentle, powerful practice of Qigong that is especially helpful in this uniquely stressful time effecting the physical and mental health of many.

 It's ideal as an afterschool program or a mid-afternoon work break.

Workshop Summary

Participants will be led by Khalil Maasi in these Moyo Kazi Qigong exercises and standing meditations. The goal of this practice is to heal and strengthen the body, improve respiratory and cardiovascular function, strengthen the immune system, reduce stress, and bring the practitioner to a state of mindfulness and calm.

These exercises will be simple and easy to do by participants of all ages who have basic physical mobility. These standing exercises are no impact and do not require physical interaction.

Social Distancing: All guidelines will be in effect if and as required.

*If you can't attend the Rain Date and we need to use it, we will return any donations by request.


Teacher Bio-note

Mfundishi Khalil Maasi is the son and a senior student of legendary meditation and martial arts Grandmaster Shaha Mfundishi Maasi. He now teaches his father’s system of mindfulness and internal martial science, Moyo Kazi AKA Dikitisa Ngolo, an integrated system of Qigong and Mindfulness Meditation that he developed from over 50 years of study of various internal martial traditions. You can go to their site for more information about the practice.

A free program of Newark Center for Meditative Culture in cooperation with Trinity & St. Philip's Cathedral.

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