Five Element Qigong Workshop in Fort Pierce




Amy Dahan is pleased to present the Five Element Qigong Workshop on Saturday, October 21 from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Unity of Fort Pierce.

Qigong (pronounced chee-kung) is an ancient exercise system, and one of the branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine. “The simple, meditative movements of Qigong gently massage the body, relax the mind, and refresh the spirit,” says Dahan. “Qigong will be our vehicle, and Five Element Theory will be our roadmap as we explore the relationships between the human experience and the environment. Each Element (metal, water, wood, fire and earth) corresponds to an internal organ system, and each organ system has associated emotions, virtues, and internal and external expressions that can be stimulated with movement, thought, taste, color and sound.”

The Five Element Qigong Workshop is designed to introduce participants to the basic foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine, teach participants a series of simple yet profound movements to optimize health and well-being, utilize healing sounds and colors to enhance the movements and make continued practice easy with illustrated hand-outs and follow-up sessions.

Workshop presenter Amy Dahan is a professional member of the National Qigong Association, and has earned certifications from the Supreme Science Foundation, the Cloudwalker Place, and the Institute of Integral Tai Chi and Qigong.  Amy also teaches Tai Chi Easy™ in Stuart and Fort Pierce.

Unity of Fort Pierce, 3414 Sunrise Blvd., Fort Pierce. $60 in advance, $75 at the door. For more information and advance registration, visit ThreeKeysTaiChi.com, or call 772-475-7561. 

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