Take time for yourself and your well-being.
Join Steven Michael Pague for online WaterFall Qigong Classes.
As the warmer weather approaches, perhaps you are thinking of what you might do for yourself, for your well-being now and into the future. If one is looking to improve health and immune function, become stronger, build bone density, improve balance and much more, then Qigong’s ancient body, breath, and mind practices may be the answer for you.
Qigong has been known for thousands of years by practitioners in China and in modern times research has shown Qigong to be extremely beneficial for body, mind and spirit.
Especially now, as we make our way through these unprecedented times, the practice of Qigong offers the opportunity to relax, rejuvenate, and remember. Release tension and learn to remain centered in times of stress.
Join me for Waterfall Qigong online classes.
Steven Michael Pague
Ongoing Qigong Classes ONLINE
We are taking a short break. Classes resume on Tuesday October 6.
It is easy to join online via zoom. All you need is a computer, iPad or iPhone/SmartPhone. Please register in order to receive the link to join any of the classes. If you already have the zoom class link and you can go directly to PayPal to pay.
10:00 am — 11:00 am ET
8:00 am — 9:00 am ET
11:00 am — noon ET
6:00 pm — 7:00 pm ET
11:30 am — 12:30 pm ET
Suggested donation $10 per class.
All are welcome to join any and all Waterfall Qigong online classes. If you can't afford to pay I encourage you to still attend. If can afford I request a $10/class donation. If you can afford more to offset those who can't, please do so. You may donate through the registration form. I thank you with much gratitude.
About Steven Michael Pague
About Waterfall Qigong with Steven
In the free fall of a laughing stream Steven brings a collection of styles and forms of Qigong and Tai Chi from several tributaries and teachers. Through the focus of 3 treasures — the heart-mind, body and breath — we travel on the wind horse exploring the aspects of stillness and movement, day and night, and yin and yang as they dance together in perfect balance and harmony. In the ancient Taoist and Buddhist traditions we align ourselves with the universe while focusing on the fundamentals and principles of Qigong, including some of The Nine Phases, The Eight Pieces of Silk Brocade (illustrated in the animation above), The Animal Frolics and more. This style is suitable for both beginning and advanced practitioners and most movements can be done while seated.