Aloha Qigong in Harmony with NatureSun, June 11
Qi, the vital energy permeating the galaxies and stars, flows all around us, within us, throughout Mother Earth and all her nature beings. Learn Shimmering Qigong, Zhan Zhuang standing posture, Earth Qigong, Column of Light, sensing Qi with partners and in nature, and related acupressure point for self-care.
A meaning of Aloha is “In the heart of the Universe, the breath of the Sacred.” Learn the Aloha Qigong to move intimately with the energies of nature. Experience guided meditation to embrace your inner sanctuary. Then write/sketch your discoveries in your journal.
* Bring a journal for writing or sketching and a cushion or chair for sitting.
Kaleo and Elise Ching have co-taught (34 years) Qigong, guided journeys, and transformative art processes to connect with realms of nature beyond and within. They have co-taught for John F. Kennedy University (25 years), Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, ILM/LucasFilms, and other venues nationally and internationally. They coauthored Chi and Creativity: Vital Energy and Your Inner Artist (Blue Snake Books, 2007) et al.
Photo Credit: Zoe Duerksen-Salm
-We will be meeting at the Bear Valley Picnic Area
– Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to check in
– Refunds available for all classes 7 days in advance of the start date, after 7 days and before 2 days, participants can credit their class for a future date. All requests before 48 hours in advance will be declined. For COVID cancellation policy, see below.
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– Registration is required online prior to the event in order to maintain class sizes
– Sales end 48 hours before the start date.
– Waitlists are available when the class sells out
What to Bring
Cushion or chair for sitting
Warm Variable Weather Clothing
Notebook and Pen/Field Journal
Eventbrite Confirmation Email
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COVID-19 Field Institute Guidelines
In accordance with Marin County guidelines for public health and safety, we ask all participants to respect the following COVID-19 procedures:
• Perform a health self-check before coming to class using the CDC Symptoms of Coronavirus as a guide
• Do not attend class if you are experiencing COVID symptoms, suspect you have been exposed to the virus, or are suffering from any other flu-like or respiratory illness
• Participants exhibiting signs of respiratory illness may be asked to leave class
• Masks are optional but are strongly recommended when indoors or if gathered closely outside
• Please bring your own food and water
NOTE: Refund policy exceptions will be made for participants cancelling last minute due to COVID-19 infection or symptoms. Please contact us in this case.
Thank you for your cooperation in following these guidelines to help keep everyone safe.