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Used for thousands of years in China and now around the world, Qi Gong is a form of exercise for strengthening the body, mind and spirit. Encouraging the flow of qi (energy) in the body can rejuvenate and transform our well being. The benefits of regular practice are improved balance, stamina and energy, lowered stress and high blood pressure, and enhanced emotional health. When qi flows correctly in the body, we are healthy.

We practice gentle exercises and slow movements to promote the circulation of qi (energy) and the general well being of the students. Following simple and deliberate demonstrations by the instructor, students learn a variety of exercises that include qi gong movements (similar to tai chi) and meditations involving movement, breathing, visualization, sound, and even stillness.

We meet most Sunday mornings from 9 AM to 10 AM in the Reach Arts Community Arts Center, 89 Burrill Street, Swampscott, MA.

The fee is $10/class. For further information contact Tony Crossman at tel. (781)-476-5490.

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Reach Arts Community Arts Center

The Lilac Garden

We practice gentle exercises and slow movements to promote the circulation of qi (energy) and the general well being of the students. Following simple and deliberate demonstrations by the instructor, students learn a variety of exercises that include qi gong movements (similar to tai chi) and meditations involving movement, breathing, visualization, sound, and even stillness.

Reach Arts Community Arts Center

The Lilac Garden

We practice gentle exercises and slow movements to promote the circulation of qi (energy) and the general well being of the students. Following simple and deliberate demonstrations by the instructor, students learn a variety of exercises that include qi gong movements (similar to tai chi) and meditations involving movement, breathing, visualization, sound, and even stillness.

Reach Arts Community Arts Center

The Lilac Garden

We practice gentle exercises and slow movements to promote the circulation of qi (energy) and the general well being of the students. Following simple and deliberate demonstrations by the instructor, students learn a variety of exercises that include qi gong movements (similar to tai chi) and meditations involving movement, breathing, visualization, sound, and even stillness.

Reach Arts Community Arts Center

The Lilac Garden

We practice gentle exercises and slow movements to promote the circulation of qi (energy) and the general well being of the students. Following simple and deliberate demonstrations by the instructor, students learn a variety of exercises that include qi gong movements (similar to tai chi) and meditations involving movement, breathing, visualization, sound, and even stillness.

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Reach Arts Community Arts Center

The Lilac Garden

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