Qigong Class Information
Things you should know about before you come
Qigong classes typically involve a warm up with stretching to open the body, some static standing postures, various movements and seated breath work / mental training. Sometimes this can be very gentle and relaxed, and sometimes it can be more challenging. Do not push yourself beyond what is comfortable and take care if you have any injuries — let me know and we can make adjustments as necessary.
Qigong is generally very safe for most people, but more advanced work does carry a small risk for certain groups, so I generally do not teach the following groups of people:
Other practices would be more appropriate for these groups.
You should wear loose clothing and bring a bottle of water. Some locations request that shoes are left outside the room.
Classes may be booked per term (paid in advance) or you can pay as you go. In either case, payment by bank transfer is preferred, but I can also take payment by card at the end of the class if necessary.