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Qi Gong with Tom

 SUNDAY 6 - 7 pm PST
Join us twice monthly online for gentle meditative movement with Qi Gong Practitioner, Tom Walsh. Benefits of regular Qi Gong include: improving fitness, reducing anxiety and depression, lowering blood pressure, relieving chronic pain, strengthening the immune and respiratory systems, and improving overall well-being.
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Qi Gong 

What is it?

Qi Gong, pronounced “chee gong,” was developed in China thousands of years ago as part of traditional Chinese medicine. It involves using exercises to optimize energy within the body, mind, and spirit, with the goal of improving and maintaining health and well-being. Qi Gong has both psychological and physical components and involves the regulation of the mind, breath, and body’s movement and posture.

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SUNDAY 6 - 7 pm PST

Offered Twice Monthly


September 10, 24

October 8, 22

November 12, 26

December 3, 17

Qi Gong is offered two ways:

*Individual Class

*Village Well Membership 

Members Invite a Friend FREE

Email with details will be sent 24 hours prior to each session.

Tom Walsh: Qigong & Tai Chi Instructor

After witnessing his first miracle at a young age, Tom has been on a lifelong quest of understanding, healing and faith. Blessed with the entrepreneurial spirit, Tom started a small business in his 20s that allowed him the abundance and flexibility to follow his heart’s passion into his mature years. As a father, husband, and business owner, one thing has remained constant throughout Tom’s life: his deep love of being of service to others. Tom is a Level 2 graduate of Morning Crane’s Qigong Teacher Training and is currently studying in the Shelton Qigong Curative Course. Spending the first half of his life a devoted community leader, Tom now dedicates his time to helping those wishing to refine themselves and step into a life of freedom. When Tom is not practicing Qigong or Tai Chi he is running his small Carpet and Upholstery business.

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