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Welcome to Shibashi Qigong

Relax, Rebalance, Renew

** NO CLASSES: 20th July, 3rd & 31st August & 2nd September 2024 **

Shibashi Qigong

Tai Chi Cheltenham 18 Karen Soo

Qigong (pronounced "chee gong") is an ancient Chinese healing art and self-cultivation system. This includes simple, gentle movement, posture, breathing techniques, self-massage and meditation.

These practices can improve and maintain health: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. We bring in fresh "Qi" (life energy) to nourish and energise the body. At the same time the mind is calmed, bringing a welcome balance to our lives.

Try one of our free videos on our "Free Resources" page and/or come and join us for an online or in-person session to bring more vitality, peace and freedom into your life!

Jump Back Up July 2024 Calendar
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Daily positive actions for inspired living with this month's Action for Happiness calendar.
Qigong in the Park bench
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The wonderful members of our Pittville Park community Qigong class have been donating for many years to tree charities. In 2023 we collected enough to donate a bench to Woodland Trust. Here it is installed in Lineover Wood near Cheltenham (where we have our Monday "Qigong in the Woods" class). A huge thank you to everyone that contributed to this peaceful resting place in a beautiful ancient woodland.
Sharing the Same One Sky event
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Thank you to everyone who volunteered to participate in the Chinese Community event at The Guildhall in Gloucester last month where we were invited to share our Shibashi Qigong practice with the local community.

"Sharing the Same One Sky" was a varied programme designed to showcase Chinese cultural arts to the local community.

You can see a video of our demonstration of Set 2 here:

(filmed & edited by tony@healthyself.today)

Lao Tzu - The Art of not Trying

"Thank you for your clarity and inspiring teaching."

Dr J. C, UK

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