Spring Forest Qigong Practice Sessions

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Every week on Tuesday

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Join Karen Clark-Stone, RN, MSN, for a series of practice sessions of Spring Forest Qigong. Karen is a Certified Level One and Level Two Spring Forest Qigong Instructor and Spring Forest Qigong Healer. Weekly attendance is not required but is recommended to obtain maximum benefit. Please arrive by 6:50pm.

Spring Forest Qigong (pronounced "chee gong") is a simple, efficient, and effective method for helping you experience your optimal health, wellness, and happiness; heal physical and emotional pain; and enhance the quality of your life and the lives of others. SFQ is comprised of four parts that all work together:
• Breathing
• Gentle movements (active exercises)*
• Mental focus
• Sound

These gentle exercises can be done seated, standing, or even lying down. Along with instructor guidance, we will use Master Lin’s 'Active Exercises' to guide our 40-minute practice, followed by a 30-35 minute seated meditation using Master Lin’s 'Small Universe' meditation.

Ask questions, share experiences, give and receive support, and even have a bit of fun!

Wear comfortable clothes. Recommended donation $10.00/ session. This is a privately hosted event by Karen Clark-Stone. Let us know you are coming with an email to [masked]. For more information[masked]

Classes will be held at the Center for Spiritual Enlightenment, NSAC, 222 Washington Street in Falls Church, Virginia 22046.

The closest free public lot is behind Clare and Don's. There is also parking available on Level Two and above at the Kaiser Permanente Parking Garage across the street from CSE (201 N. Washington St.), but the hours are restricted to the following:
Friday, 6 p.m. - 3 a.m.
Saturday, 7 a.m. - 3 a.m.
Sunday, 8 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Certain holidays have different hours. Please see further details below about parking restrictions at the Kaiser Permanente Garage.*
When parking in Falls Church, please keep in mind the following:
Public parking spaces are now painted (on the ground) in light blue, and have "2 Hour Parking" painted on them (also in blue).