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Spring Forest Qigong Practice Group Starts Tuesday

What is this thing anyway?  Spring Forest Qigong (pronounced chee-gong) is a method of opening up the flow of your energy which can help relieve physical pain, stress, depression and more.  These exercises are simple, effective, and easy to learn. The main components of these exercises are breath, visualization, body postures, and sound. You will learn the Small Universe Meditation, which is the strongest meditation in Spring Forest Qigong for helping the body to heal.

Instructor Mary Zelmer is an advanced student of Master Chunyi Lin (founder of Spring Forest Qigong) and has been studying SFQ since 2001.  She works at the SFQ Healing Center in Eden Prairie as a Master Healer and Qissage Practitioner. www.springforestqigong.com.

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.  Everyone is welcome.  If you have done qigong before, great.  Come and deepen your practice and have the support of doing it with a group.  If you have not done this before, no worries.  The exercises are simple and instructor Mary Zelmer will skillfully lead you through each one.  Please wear comfortable clothes.

Tuesdays for 6 weeks, September 14-October 19, 7-8:15 p.m. in the Just Food Community Room.
Cost: $65 Please register with a cashier or by calling 507-650-0106.

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