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Qigong classes
• What we'll do Weekly Tuesday's from 13 February 5.45 – 7.15pm Mark Bouckoms has been practising and teaching Yoga & Qigong for over 30 years. He is the founder of the Yoga & Qigong School of Sumner, Christchurch (est. 1991). Mark will be offering a form of Qigong known as ‘Sheng Zhen Gong‘. This style involves gentle, flowing movements that will enhance your health and wellbeing – releasing tension and improving your circulation and immune system. Sheng Zhen Gong is based on the philosophy of loving kindness and compassion. Cost: $15 for Adults, $13 for beneficiaries/ students Bookings and questions to Mark: [masked] • What to bring • Important to know

43 Harrow St

Phillipstown · Christchurch

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Christchurch Buddhist Centre

The Christchurch Buddhist Centre ( http://www.christchurchbuddhistcentre.nz/ ) is part of the Rigdzin Trust, a registered New Zealand charity directed by Amnyi Trulchung Rinpoche. It is suitable to anyone from any kind of spiritual or religious affiliation that is interested in cultivating mindfulness and awareness and incorporating that into their lives. The centre is located at 43 Harrow St, Phillipstown, Christchurch and is host to a number of regular and special events including:
- Tuesday & Thursday night practice evenings at 7.30 pm.
- Special teachings & workshops with visiting Buddhist teachers.
- Film evenings.
- Yoga.
- Annual consultations with Tibetan Doctor. For more information on please go to the Activities Page ( http://www.christchurchbuddhistcentre.nz/regular/ ) on the website. For enquries please phone Erin on 03 981 8380. Please come early for an introduction on your first time and RSVP to Erin or see the contact us page on the webpage. http://www.christchurchbuddhistcentre.nz/contact/

Arriving at the Centre:
As you walk down the gravel driveway you are greeted by an impressively crafted Tibetan door. Nestled amongst a sanctuary of trees and flowers and waving Tibetan prayer flags the surroundings of the Gompa (meditation hall) support a reflective and meditative learning environment. The Kora (or path around the Gompa) has also been carefully constructed to support practice.

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