Some Qi Gong Class Cancellations

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My Mom has suffered a broken ankle and I must travel to Florida on Sunday March 31st. All Monday classes at Asheville Community Yoga are discontinued effective immediately. Tuesday’s Class at the YWCA will be led by Michelle at the … Continued

September Offerings

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CLASSES RESUME SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1st During the month of August I resumed my studies with Master Robert Peng and learned some new techniques while clarifying my understanding of Yi Jin Jing and his view of Chinese Medicine and Qi Gong.  … Continued

New Qigong Classes starting in June 2018

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Asheville Qigong has changed the June 2018 class schedule by adding  a 10:30am class added to replace my Tuesday Evening class. The new class is at the Asheville YWCA, on French Broad Avenue near downtown.   It is a one hour class 10:30-11:30am.  … Continued

May News

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My presentation at the National Qigong conference went well.   We had 28 attendees from all over the country to learn more about healing with the Primordial Form of Qi Gong.   There was a lot of group participation from several people … Continued

Spring News

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   I’ve just finished a successful Workshop and Series Class teaching the Primordial/Wuji Form a Qigong.    Eighteen students learned the movements and theory of this beautiful, graceful and powerful form and got a great start in developing a regular practice.   … Continued

Starting the New Year

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We’re entering Winter, the season of contemplation and rest. Some of us are setting goals, making New Years resolution and planning for change. In a plant this season represents the seed stage of life and some consider it the time … Continued

Fall/Winter Qi Gong

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Well we’re well into Autumn and soon to be entering Winter. This means that if we’re playing with our Qi Gong practice outdoors or even when hiking and enjoying the trails, we may wish to generate a bit more heat … Continued