Eight Treasures Qi Gong Series
With Gayla Gabriel
4 Tuesdays in March
5th, 12th, 19th & 26th
10:00am – 11:30am (PST)
Qi Gong is pronounced “chee gong.” Qi stands for “life force energy.” Gong means to “cultivate.” Qi Gong is a traditional form of Chinese medicine, practiced for thousands of years as a complete healing practice benefiting the whole entire body.
Here’s what one can expect from Eight Treasures Qi Gong:
- Simple low impact movements which can be done standing, sitting and/or with modifications.
- Decrease in one’s fatigue, anxiety, stress and discomforts.
- The flow and cultivation of Qi energy releases tension, clears stagnation, stimulates and strengthens one’s vitality thus promoting self-healing and a stronger immune system.
- Improved balance and functional movements.
- Harmonizing the mind, body, and soul as the Qi cleanses, tones and detoxifies the entire body through the natural blending of the Yin and Yang energies.
Gayla brings a wealth of experience and passion to every session. Her unique teaching style blends ancient wisdom with gentle movements, mindful breathing and meditative practices for healing.
Gayla Gabriel has been a student and teacher of this form of Qi Gong since 2011. This form of Qi Gong and Meditation for Cancer Support was uniquely designed for cancer patients and survivors by Dr. Mao Shing Ni, doctor of Chinese medicine, Master Instructor of Qi Healing and Tai Chi, and co-founder of Yo San University in LA and the Tao of Wellness in Santa Monica. Gayla has been a teacher and facilitator in the area of healing arts since 1984. In addition to teaching Qi Gong, she is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, Integrative Counselor of Alternative Therapies, Reiki therapist, NLP practitioner, trained in Mind Based Stress Reduction meditation, and author of Leaving With Love: Eternal Messages from the Heart.
For information on how to register for this event please reach out [email protected].