Weekly Qigong

Qigong: Ancient Chinese Healing for the 21st Century

What is Qigong?
Qigong is a "mind-body" wellness practice in a new category of exercise called Meditative Movement which integrates exercise, movement, posture, breathing, and awareness.
Qigong (often spelt Chi Kung, 氣功) is a powerful type of health exercise, which has been practised for centuries by millions of Chinese people.
It is based on repetitions of very precise sets of movements, specifically designed to benefit health on many different levels. Qigong’s gentle movements help to move blood and oxygen around the body, nourishing the organs and tissues promoting healing.
In addition, due to the connection of the mind to the breath and physical movements, qigong helps to calm the mind, relieving emotional stress and mental anxiety.
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Weekly 60 min classes every Monday

Start: 9.15am
Tickets: £20 
Location:
The Laboratory Spa & Health Club, The Avenue, Muswell Hill N10 2QE London 
To reserve your spot please call the studio:
020 8482 3000
Spaces are limited 
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Gong Baths at The Stratford Summer Wellness Series

GONG THERAPY: Overwhelmed, stressed and exhausted after lockdown?
Join us for this deeply relaxing and restorative experience; an hour dedicated to unwind, relax and destress to help you retrieve harmony and balance through gentle movements, guided meditation followed by a unique sound bath journey.
Gong bath is an multi-sensory experience that will take you on a healing journey allowing each of your cells bath in vibrations generated by the delightful gongs and other therapeutic instruments.
Location:
the Stratford hotel,
20 International Way,
E20 1FD London 
 
Upcoming classes: 
 

24 July - Rooftop Gong Therapy
10AM -11AM 
11:30AM - 12:30PM 

 
Tickets:
 
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Each celestial body, in fact each and every atom, produces a particular sound on account of its movement, its rhythm or vibration. All these sounds and vibrations form a universal harmony in which each element, while having it’s own function and character, contributes to the whole.
Pythagoras (569-475 BC)
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