San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
You needn’t be an experienced Qigong practitioner to join us for this class, but we will push ourselves a bit and use longer held postures from Iron Shirt Qigong and breath holding Qigong such as the Cosmic Orbit. These practice elements are wonderful for increasing stamina, immune strength and qi flow.
Strength in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Tao Practices is viewed differently than in the west. In Tao Practice, tendons are the source of power and strength (not muscle). The ability to find your most natural structure and way of moving is thought more important than giving 110%. As such, “tao strength” is important for all of us, especially as we age.
$18 - drop in
$60 - card of 4 classes
When & Where
Miranda Maher is a Medical Qigong Therapist and teacher of Qigong, Taiji and Tao Meditation. She’s practiced Taoist methods for 17 years, trained in an external Japanese martial art for 18 before retiring in 2013 and has been a visual artist for 25 years in Brooklyn, NY. She teaches weekly classes in Brooklyn and will also teach at the Open Center in March-April 2017. Her one-on-one and healing practice is centered in Park Slope Brooklyn.
More information can be found at the website: www.TaoZenLife.info (New York pages)