Mindful movement can awaken a meaningful connection with our inner experience and everyday life as it works to unite mind, body and spirit.
Online Classes - Wednesdays, 10:30-11:30am
Perhaps the beautiful weather is calling you outdoors to move and breathe in the fresh air, and/or maybe your body is starting to shape into a screen watching posture. If you'd like to engage in some breath and body awareness through Qigong and Gentle Yoga, please join us for weekly online Mindful Movement classes on Wednesdays, 10:30 - 11:30am until we're able to meet in person again.
New Format: Since daily sits are being offered, the mindful movement online class will no longer include sitting meditation and classes will take place for one hour.
Nisa King will teach Qigong - a therapeutic Chinese practice that promotes health and vitality through gentle mindful movements in concert with the breath. Practicing Qigong regularly helps to improve the cardiovascular, respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic, and digestive systems, and as a result, it reduces stress, builds stamina and enhances the immune system.
Laura Liss will teach Gentle Yoga including breath work and postures to encourage opening, balance and flexibility through gentle movement as we strengthen our relationship with the present moment.
You can also bring pillows, cushions and a chair to support your practice.
May 20 - Gentle Yoga with Laura
May 27 - Qigong with Nisa
June 3 - Gentle Yoga with Laura
June 10 - Qigong with Nisa
June 17 - Gentle Yoga with Laura
June 24 - Qigong with Nisa
The online Zoom class will open at 10:20am for brief chatting. We'll begin class at 10:30am and practice either Qigong or Gentle Yoga until 11:30am.
May We All Be Safe and May We All Get Well!
This event will be held using the online Zoom platform. See more about using Zoom
To take part, click on the button below a few minutes before the start time.
Of course we can't have our traditional dana (donations) basket at online events, but most of our expenses continue. So if you can afford it during these difficult times, please make a contribution to White Heron Sangha. Thank you!