Frazier Mountain Meditation, Qigong/Tai Chi Classes at the Kern County Library
Teaching a special meditation, therapeutic qigong and tai chi class to all my Bakersfield friends on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 3pm in Bakersfield at the Southwest Branch Library at 8301 Ming Ave, Bakersfield, CA. Call +1 661-664-7716.
Join us on Thursday mornings at 12:00 PM for Meditaion and 1:00 PM for an energizing and healing Tai Chi/Qigong class that will build strength, improve balance, strengthen the immune system and build inner peace.
"Love Offering" class in the Frazier Park's County Library.
Please fill out the form below or call 310-722-8877 to RSVP if you plan to attend.
Meditation helps develop a personal practice where an individual trains the mind or induces a mode of consciousness to better realize and promote relaxation, build internal energy or life force and to enjoy an indestructible sense of peace and well-being while engaging in any life activity.
Qigong improves the various bodily functions by improving the body's natural energy flow and capacity with simple standing or seating postures, body movement and harmonized breath. The simple movements were developed by Chinese over the last 5000 years to follow the natural flow of the earth's energy and improve the circulation of internal Qi (Chi) from the body and external Qi from nature, utilizing this energy to stimulate and balance the various functions of the body, improving health, well-being and inner peace.
Tai Chi is well-known for bringing the mind, body and spirit together to improve balance, prevent injury and promote good health. This powerful yet peaceful martial art will help clear the mind, reduce stress, enhance flexibility along with promoting overall wellness. The steps are soft and the slow movements are simple. The postures and movements all accord with the principles of yin and yang and build an intimate awareness with one’s natural internal and external energy building a great sense of inner peace.
Location: Frazier Park, CA - Frazier Mountain Park
Hours: Thursday: 12PM - 2:00PM