Qigong (pronounced chee gung)
clears chronic pain & stress,
builds energy & inner harmony,
and improves overall health and wellbeing
Lift your energy and your spirits with gentle exercises to release stagnant qi (bound up tension in the tissues),
and a moving meditation to smooth out its flow. This is the essence of qigong, transforming stress into vitality.
Community Qigong meets Wednesdays 4:00 pm & Saturdays 9 am, at the Park City Community Church!!
(visit the classes page for the current calendar)
--a mixture of vitality and peace
There are numerous healing effects associated with qigong exercises and meditations.
It can increase strength, flexibility, balance and circulation;
positively impact the bodies cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous and immune systems;
improve mental health, decrease chronic pain, and increase longevity.
Qigong means cultivating a skill with life force energy.
It is an ancient Chinese health and healing system, Daoist in origin, estimated to be between 3,000 and 4,000 years old.
It developed alongside acupuncture as an integral part of traditional Chinese medicine.
We start with a phase of gentle warm ups to invigorate all the joints and tissues in the body, increasing circulation and blood flow.
Then we stretch the body and fascia more broadly to open and activate qi flow through the meridian channels and internal organs. After this we do purging techniques to clear stagnant qi (release tension).
Qigong was recommended to Layla Ward in 2019 as a way to heal a chronic condition. She is a student of Nick Loffree a protege of internationally recognized qigong master and doctor of Chinese medicine, Lee Holden. She is excited to be sharing the many benefits of qigong with the Park City community. Layla holds an MS in Gerontology from the University of Utah, with an emphasis in adult education & developmental growth in the second half of life.
© Copyright. All rights reserved.
We need your consent to load the translations
We use a third-party service to translate the website content that may collect data about your activity. Please review the details and accept the service to view the translations.