Dragon & Tiger Qigong Workshop
Dragon and Tiger Qigong with Jane Launchbury -
Review of the 7 Moves / Integrating your Practice.
Following cancellation of our workshops during the COVID-19 lockdown, we can now offer this study as online videos and live sessions. This workshop is intended for people who have studied Dragon and Tiger and are reasonably familiar with the movements.
This is currently a FREE online session available to all of our students who have registered.
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, we will check your suitability and you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. You will also be included for additional meetings scheduled for the 10th April and 9th May 2021.
Each session is 120 mins - you can also join 15 mins before to setup your camera etc.
About Dragon and Tiger Qigong
Dragon and Tiger is a 1500 year old form of 'medical qigong', primarily used for self-healing or preventative exercise. It is also one of the best methods for learning how to feel Qi (subtle energy) in and around your body.
The name 'Dragon and Tiger' has many layers of meaning, one of which is that you develop the agility and flexibility of a dragon and the relaxed power of a walking tiger.
It consists of a series of seven connected movements that strengthens the immune system, mitigates the effects of chronic illness and improves relaxation. Dragon and Tiger moves energy through various groups of yin and yang acupuncture meridians using these seven movements.
Dragon and Tiger is also a great introduction to the smoothness associated with Tai Chi movement, and can greatly improve your Tai Chi form if you already practise.
This class is for intermediate students. If you already know the movements you can join this class - please contact us if you are interested or are a beginner and would like start learning Dragon and Tiger Qigong.
|Event Date||Sun 7th Mar 2021 - 2:00 pm|
|Individual Price||Free Session. donations accepted|
|Location||Downton, The Dragon House|