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QIGONG WITH MISAKO

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WHAT IS QIGONG?

Qigong (pronounced "Chee Gong") is a gentle exercise and art form that can be practiced by anyone. As a foundational component of Traditional East Asian medicine (TEAM) for prevention of diseases and maintenance of good health, regular practice (even 20 minutes a day), can have lasting effects for physical, as well as emotional and spiritual well being. Combining flowing and stretching movements, breath work, visualization and meditation, Qigong harmonizes the mind and body, while clearing blockages to allow free flow of vital life force (Qi). When our Qi is flowing freely, we will have good health; When our mind and are spirit are peaceful, we can connect to the cosmic flow of the universe. 

*Although all styles of Qigong can cultivate well being, Misako teaches medical Qigong through Ling Gui International Healing Qigong School. Medical Qigong is specific to addressing health concerns such as improving immunity and allergies, healing gynecological imbalances, strengthening tendons and bones, assisting with sleep, healing the brain etc. Medical Qigong routines are akin to prescriptions for a more targeted approach to health concerns, but they are still beneficial to anyone who practices them.  

​2023 Offerings

Nature Connection and Qigong:
An offering for the BIPOC community

in conjunction with the Columbia Slough Watershed Council

Oct 22

9:30-12pm

Columbia Children's Arboretum

 

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SURFING AND CONNECTION RETREATS 2023

In partnership with Temenos Rising

Join us at the Oregon coast for a heart opening and inspiring weekend of surfing, Qigong, deep connection, ceremony, nourishing organic food and honoring our Divine feminine.

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Nourishing the Heart Through 
Collective Community Care

A private outdoor gathering for woman identified BIPOC activators,healers and community members


August 13th from 4:30-8:30pm

Leach Botanical Gardens (closed to the public)
Join Misako and Sonali for an evening of Rest and Restorative Practice for the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) community. 

More Information and Registration

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