How do you cope with anger and frustration? Do you hold on the past, letting frustration and resentment eat away on you, or can you stay focused in the present moment, unaffected by past traumas and dramas. In the Peruvian Amazons shamanic tradition, the jaguar, a close relative to the leopard, is said to represent "stalking that, which is stalking us". This is the perfect metaphor for the practice of the Leopard form - targeting the liver, the organ, which is associated with anger and toxicity, that must purify our bodies, so that we are not consumed by those things that might kill us. Join Natalia on Wednesday evening as we learn more about and practice this powerful form.
The class will start with 14 Meridian Qigong Warm-Up, followed by learning the Leopard form and will finish up by Standing Qigong Meditation and Closing.
Please wear comfortable sport clothes and shoes for this event.
Natalia has been introduced to Qigong in 2016, when she was in Thailand. There she met her Master Tevia Feng, who she learnt Qigong from and completed two of his White Tiger Qigong Teacher Certification Courses. She really enjoys practicing Qigong and wants to share this special gift with others.
This class is limited to 6 people. Please send an email to email@example.com to register.