Local Spring Forest Qigong Classes and Events


Practice Groups

Weekly

Winter/Spring Schedule

Current classes at the Richland Community Center are:  Tuesday evenings at 6 to 7 pm and Thursday mornings at 9 to 10 am.  

Classes are about $20/month for Richland residents and $23 for nonresidents. The costs change slightly depending on the number of class days in the month.  
Registration by month is through the City of Richland Parks and Public Facilities, either through the front desk at the Community Center or through their online Activities offerings in the Mind & Body category.  
This is the direct link to these classes
Classes include gentle exercises, a sharing of Qigong wisdom, and energy breathing or meditation.

Address: 500 Amon Park Drive, Richland, WA.
Because of street construction at the north end of Amon Park Drive, access the facility from the Bradley Landing turnoff from George Washington Way.

Contact MaryAnn at maryann@LivingWellQigong.com with any questions.

Monthly
One Wednesday a month (usually the second one) from 6:30 to about 8 pm.
Dates are posted on the calendar at TheDivineFellowship.com.  
The Divine Fellowship is located at 513 Barth Ave., Richland, WA.
Class includes gentle exercise and meditation. By donation.

Events

Official Level-1, 8- hour Intensive Class

Deep in mediation at an advanced retreat

The next Level-1 class will be held on Saturday, April 18, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm at the Richland Community Center, 500 Amon Park Rd, Richland, WA, and will be co-taught with Terry Leers from Seattle. The cost of this official Spring Forest Qigong class is $149, and a Certificate of Completion is available. Contact MaryAnn or apply through the Spring Forest Qigong organization’s website (scroll down to the April 18 class with MaryAnn and Terry).

In this class, you will learn how the combination of ancient wisdom combined with modern wisdom helps you heal and build your internal energy. Qigong has long been used for balancing the body and improving health and longevity and is known for its benefits with chronic conditions and preventive measures. The class includes Chinese Qigong history and the philosophy of Spring Forest Qigong, a demonstration and explanation of the Level-1 gentle exercise routine, and guided mediation. (It is “intensive” because of its comprehensive nature rather than being intensive exercise.)

If you have questions about this or other Qigong classes, contact MaryAnn at maryann@LivingWellQigong.com.

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