TWO 1 hour classes in The Earth Room at UUCMC in Lincroft:

1:00 - The 7 Precious Gestures with focus on the organs & more.

2:30 - The 7 Precious Gestures with focus on the organs & more.

🌷Online registration is  now available.🌷

COST: $80. for the 7 week series.  A 2nd person in the same household is $40.  College student $40.  If you cannot afford the cost of the classes, please contact Maxine. We can make some adjustment in the fee.   Payment is on the first day of class by check or cash.    If you are new, feel free to take the first class, then decide if you wish to continue with the series.  Cost of the first class only is $15.  If you decide to take the series, price is as above.


I've had quite a few Qigong teachers over the years, but Maxine stands out for me as my favorite.  She truly practices what she preaches; you can see and hear her passion for Qigong through her teaching.  She is a seasoned instructor who caters to all abilities, but most importantly provides a comfortable space for all to practice in.  When I walk into her class, I know I am entering a space of calm.  I am so grateful for Maxine's classes and for her helping me to deepen my Qigong practice.  LC (Registered Yoga Teacher & Holistic Health Coach)


🍁BROOKDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE🍁                                          A series of 3 Qigong for Good Health classes beginning Thursdays, October 5th from 2:00 to 3:30.  For information and to sign up, call 732-224-2346 BCC/Life-Long Learning


PARKING LOT QIGONG, 🌻Summer & 🍁Fall SATURDAYS              10:30 to 11:30  Weather Permitting

Thank you to ALL who come to practice together on Saturday mornings surrounded by amazing tree and sky Qi!

Maxine Forster Guenther, M.A. is an Instructor of Integral Qigong, Certified Since 2003.  She has been studying, practicing and teaching Qigong since 2002.  Maxine is a member of the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi (, The Qigong Institute (, and a professional member of the National Qigong Association ( 
Maxine is certified through IIQTC and continues to study with many fine Qigong teachers.  She also holds a Master's Degree in Human Development and Behavior and, for 25 years had a private practice in The Trager Approach, a practice of movement re-education.                                                                   
A few favorite excellent resources include:
The Healer Within and The Healing Promise of Qi by Dr. Roger Jahnke, OMD; The Way of Energy by Master Lam Kam Chuen; Practicing the Tao Te Ching, 81 Steps on the Way  by Solala Towler; The Tao of Joy Every Day by Derek Lin; The Way of Qigong by Ken Cohen; Embrace Tiger, Return to the Mountain by Chungliang Al Huang; The Tao Te Ching, many versions.

Classes are held at the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House
        1475 West Front Street, Lincroft, NJ

The word is out! Qigong practice can help reduce stress, build stamina, increase vitality and positively impact your immune system. The benefits are profound.   Join us and discover these ancient Chinese healthcare exercises (slow, gentle movements) that integrate physical postures, breathing techniques and focused intention. Qi is the vital life force energy in ALL things. The practice is easy to learn and welcomes students with all levels of ability.  


THE CANCER SUPPORT COMMUNITY ... Classes here are also now on ZOOM

Qigong classes are held here on Thursdays.  For anyone with cancer or caretakers of loved ones with cancer, all programs are free.  The Cancer Support Community is located at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch.   TO REGISTER, the Program Director.   See the information below. Come whenever you can.  Be sure to register.  Parking is easily available.

Program Director
Cancer Support Community @ Monmouth Medical Center
300 2nd Ave., Long Branch, NJ  07740