Each hour-long Immortal Tree Qigong session will start with breathing exercises, warm up, Qi activation and gentle stretching. You will then be guided through flowing movements broken up by short standing meditations. We will end with a slightly longer guided standing meditation before we bow out (end the session). This should leave a few minutes to answer questions or discuss any insights.
Qigong doesn’t require any special skills (other than breathing) or equipment (other than your body).
About Each Session
Join us as we gather next to Cedar Lake in Carriage Hill Metropark on Saturday mornings to listen to our energy, and improve our well-being – and in the process breathe deeply, move slowly and wake up our energy for the day . . . with Qigong. Immortal Tree Qigong will guide participants through Qigong routines that help each participant embrace their spring energy of lengthening and strengthening. The hour-long session will start with breathing exercises, warm up, Qi activation and gentle stretching. Participants will then be guided through flowing movements each punctuated by a short standing meditation. We will end with a slightly longer guided standing meditation before we bow out.
When: 9:00am Saturdays
Carriage Hill Metropark, Cedar Lake* ( 7801 Shull Road, Huber Heights, OH 45424 )
*Follow Shull Road past the Visitor Center and Redwing parking lots. Cedar Lake parking lot will be to the left. Our group will be next to the lake on the flat grassy area.
Cost: Free, for all Spring Sessions
How: Sign up by filling out the form below!
*Due to COVID requirements set forth by Five Rivers MetroParks, session size is currently restricted to 10 participants. The intent of Immortal Tree Qigong sessions is to embrace What Is – that means COVID restrictions as well as weather. That’s right, we practice in ALL weather (except dangerous weather) So for now, I ask that you please RSVP for each class so I can manage participant numbers. I will be offering a waiting list because life happens. So I also ask that you please treat your RSVP with respect because others are potentially hoping to join if you’re not able to.