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Ongoing Beginning/Intermediate Qigong Classes at NCNM

Tuesday, 5:30 – 6:45 p.m.
Instructor: Tamara Staudt, ND, LAc

Schedule: Weekly classes continue, there will be no class 7/22 and 8/19.
Cost: $12 per drop-in class or $40/month, payable to the instructor at class.
Place: Class will be held outdoors  at Lair Hill Park for July and August -located at 3000 SW Barbur Blvd, bordered by SW 2nd and SW Hooker. If weather is inclement we will be inside in Room #305 at National College of Naturopathic Medicine 049 SW Porter St.

This is a great class for those with previous qigong exposure, and is also accessible to beginners with a strong interest in qigong. Focus of study and the primary form taught varies seasonally and/or to address the specific needs of the class participants. You are invited to join at any time—please wear comfortable clothing.

Questions? Contact: Dr. Staudt or at 503.552.2093.

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Thursday, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Instructor:  Eva Hosseinion, MD, LAc

Weekly classes continue
Cost:  $10 per class, payable to the instructor at class.
Place: Energy Medicine Room–NCNM Academic Bldg Room #305, located on the 3rd floor, southeast corner

This class is intended as an introductory class for those who are new to Qigong and/or for those who have some experience with qigong and would like to further cultivate their practice in a group class. Students will learn foundational qigong moves that within themselves provide a complete practice and which can also be incorporated as part of a  “form”.  As we gain experience with the basic movements and alignment we will gradually move into learning Qigong forms from the Jinjing Gong Lineage.

Questions? Contact: Eva Hosseinion
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What is Qigong?

Qigong (chee-gong), translated as “to work with vital life energy,” refers to Chinese therapeutic exercises used for thousands of years as powerful promoters of physical health, emotional well-being, intellectual clarity and spiritual development.

Our classes are based on “forms” passed down through the Jinjing Gong (tendon and channel qigong) tradition, an ancient healing lineage which combines specific movements with focused breath, sound and visualization to reestablish harmony and health at all levels of being.