Qigong for Health and Well-being
I am also a Tai Chi Qigong instructor in the Highlands and currently run two evening classes in Dingwall and Muir of Ord. To find out more about Qigong or classes, please see my Shibashi Highlands website.
The form we teach is the Shibashi set which is easy to learn, comprising a gentle and fluid set of movements that are very enjoyable to practice. The soft, flowing motions allow for expansion and release, encouraging flexibility, better balance and suppleness. It is a wonderful form of self healing aimed at building healthy immune systems supporting our body, heart and mind.
Shibashi (pronounced Shi-ba-sha) translates to mean eighteen forms or movements. Practicing Tai Chi Qigong every day helps to strengthen us physically, emotionally and mentally. The gentle, slow movements are especially geared for people with injuries, chronic conditions and ideal for people with reduced flexibility as it does not put too much stress on muscles and joints if done correctly and can be practiced seated or standing.
Suitable for all ages, seniors and beginners welcome.
Health benefits include:-