Yi Ren Qigongâ

Posted September 13, 2019 at 5:48 am by

How to Find Bal­ance, Greater Ener­gy, and Longevi­ty from Inside Out

Yi Ren Qigongâ is a pow­er­ful self-help form that blends ancient Chi­nese self-heal­ing tech­niques with mod­ern sci­ence to devel­op the body’s bio-ener­getic ‘Qi’ sys­tem for greater health, vital­i­ty, and self-aware­ness. The Foun­da­tion 1A class at Skag­it Val­ley Col­lege San Juan Cen­ter meets on Thurs­days, 5:30 – 7:00pm, Octo­ber 3 through Novem­ber 21.

How are your ener­gy lev­els? Can you get through the day with­out crash­ing or rely­ing on caf­feine and sug­ar to boost your pro­duc­tiv­i­ty? Do you need more bal­ance in your life? Less anx­i­ety? Your Qi lev­el shapes your life and how well or poor­ly you are aging.

Reg­u­lar prac­ti­tion­ers of Yi Ren Qigong often expe­ri­ence relief from stress; strength­ened men­tal focus; reduced chron­ic pain; improved func­tions of organs and immune sys­tem; greater vital­i­ty; improved con­nec­tion with authen­tic self, the nat­ur­al world, and spir­i­tu­al enrichment.

Join cer­ti­fied instruc­tor Stephanie Pri­ma for a fas­ci­nat­ing jour­ney. In her sev­en plus years of Qigong prac­tice, she has remark­able first-hand expe­ri­ence of the life-trans­for­ma­tive qual­i­ties of Yi Ren Qigong.

In Hol­li Brown’s expe­ri­ence, “Stephanie’s focus and ded­i­ca­tion to the prac­tice is supe­ri­or. She seems to breathe the tech­niques and sequences from her bones and yet at the same time is very con­scious of how the instruc­tion is being received by the stu­dents so learn­ing is max­i­mized. She brings a deep lev­el of aware­ness to the prac­tice which changes the ener­gy of the group to one of accep­tance and open­ness. I real­ly appre­ci­at­ed her approach, encour­age­ment and help­ful­ness. The Yi Ren prac­tice itself is very pow­er­ful. I felt a strong con­nec­tion to my ener­gy sys­tems and the ben­e­fits of the dif­fer­ent tech­niques. I would high­ly rec­om­mend this school of Qigong as well as Stephanie as an instructor.”

Chron­ic dis­or­ders such as insom­nia, anx­i­ety, diges­tion issues, high blood pres­sure, depres­sion, auto-immune dis­or­ders can often be improved when you take an active role in your own heal­ing and well­ness. The Yi Ren Qigong focus on bal­anc­ing body and mind as one enti­ty helps you do this from inside out.

Class time is a com­bi­na­tion of dis­cus­sion, breath­ing exer­cis­es and gen­tle, med­i­ta­tive move­ments. It is appro­pri­ate for most fitness/health lev­els, ages 16 and up, and can be done stand­ing or from a sit­ting position.

Cost is $90; for more infor­ma­tion: http://bit.ly/MIM-Qigong. Call the col­lege to reg­is­ter, 360.378.3220.

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