Welcome to North Star Qigong and Tai Chi!
Cancelled – Tues., Oct. 24, 2017 Workshop
Look for a “Tai Chi 8” workshop TBA before the end of 2017.
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6-week sessions; 6:10-6:50 pm
in Laurium (Tuesdays) & Calumet (Wednesdays)
Wednesdays – Nov. 8 – Dec. 20, 2017, Calumet; $50 for 6 weeks
Tuesdays – Nov. 14 – Dec. 19, 2017, Laurium; $50 for 6 weeks
Tuesday nights at The Leo Building Studio in Laurium …
“Explore Your Life Force with 5 Elements Qigong”
6:10-6:50 pm, starting, Tues., Nov. 14th
Wednesday nights at the CLK Multipurpose Room in Calumet …
“Deepen Your Energy Practice: Nine Phases of Qi +”
6:10-6:50 pm, starting Wed., Nov. 8th
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 906 / 370-3059 for more information or to register.
ALSO, please note to watch for more classes from various providers at The Leo Building in Laurium!
Call 370-3059 and leave a message, or text, to register; please remember to tell me which class or classes, and leave your name and phone number.
Benefits of qigong and tai chi include …
improved focus, balance, mobility and coordination
increased vitality and breathing capacity
reduced anxiety, stress responses and depression
During the sessions, the 40-minute classes will move through intentional body-mind-breath alignment warm ups, breathing, and Qigong and Tai Chi Easy(tm) movements. Beginners and drop-ins are always welcome.
*To get to Leo’s (65 3rd St.) in Laurium, if coming north from Hancock, drive past the 6th St. Extension light and take the next right (Depot St.). Leo’s is on the right-hand side, just past the street (Osceola St) to Aspirus hospital. Parking along both sides of the street.
To get to the CLK Multipurpose Room: from U.S. 41, turn onto Red Jacket Road, and then turn by the Coliseum to get into the parking lot behind the school). Once parked, enter as if going to CLK Library, then go left until you see the room on left (and hear the music:). Door is left ajar, and lights are low; please enter.
Owner/teacher Darlene Basto has a 200-hour certification through the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi
with Dr. Roger Jahnke, OMD, Santa Barbara, CA.