Welcome

Our 9 week Fall series begins Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Click here on FALL SERIES for details and to sign up.


“The Gateway to the Ultimate – Primordial Qigong/Wuji Gong”  April 21, 2018

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A rare opportunity to meet many teachers whom Roger has trained and mentored.

Click here to see more pics.

 


Qigong at The Cancer Support Community in Long Branch continues on Thursdays at 1:00

For More Information (see Events under Classes).


Master teacher Solala Towler presented a one day workshop,

October 21st, 2017 on an exploration into the world of the Taoist arts.

Thank you to ALL who attended this workshop!  We learned about and were inspired by Daoist tea ceremony and more!  Together, we practiced the beautiful Great Spiraling Dragon form from the Wudang Mountains.  

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You can find more info about Solala Towler on the Gratitude & Links Page.


Our previous workshop with internationally known master teacher, Francesco Garripoli was a GREAT success!  Thank you to ALL who participated.

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Qigong asks us to lighten our grip on how we perceive the world and how we approach our lives. To get into the Qi enhancement state means that you will relax when formerly you have become tense. You will be electing to breathe deeply when you formerly have held or constrained your breath. The Qi, mysterious and invisible, is ever present though not obvious. Qi creates a whole new view of life.
...from “The Healing Promise of Qi” by Roger Jahnke, O.M.D.

You are invited to discover these ancient Chinese healing forms. Move Qi (Chi), the amazing vital life force energy. Gather your breath, move with grace and strength. Calm your mind. Qigong (Chigung) is a wonderful mind/body method for health enhancement that has been practiced for thousands of years. Creative warm-up exercises, breath work, self care exercises and gentle movement for balance and relaxation are all part of the practice.

Qigong is easy to learn. When practiced regularly, its benefits are profound. Many of the movements are done in a standing posture but can easily be adapted to sitting for those with less physical ability. Anyone with a background in Tai Chi (actually a form of Qigong) or Qigong would benefit from these classes as well as anyone with no knowledge of these arts.  Maxine’s classes fill quickly with returning and new students. People of all ages and abilities are welcome!

Qigong for Good Health” includes a Fall, Winter and Spring series, typically 9 classes, taught in Lincroft, New Jersey.  Two classes are now offered on Tuesdays one at 1:00 and one at 2:30 to accommodate the many students interested in Qigong.

Maxine also teaches an ongoing weekly series offered at The Cancer Support Community (www.cscjerseyshore.org) in the Maisie Strook building at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch. Click here to read comments from students at the CSC.  

All classes include Qigong forms and Qigong essence brought from Maxine’s travels in China and her long time studies with Dr. Roger Jahnke, O.M.D., author of The Healer Within and The Healing Promise of Qi, and Chungliang Al Huang, author of Embrace Tiger, Return to the Mountain along with other incredible teachers.  Recent studies have been with Vicki Dello Joio, Master Robert Peng, Mantak Chia, and Michael Winn.

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2 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Very interesting tea ceremony. Found the cultural parts fascinating. It was also a very easy to follow Solala’s directions for the spiraling dragon. I can see the connection between wuji, spiraling dragon and tai chi chih. Very exciting stuff. Thanks to all.

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