Qigong on Zoom

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Joint Warm-ups & the Shibashi Set

Learn softly flowing exercises which calm the mind, boost the immune system, safe-guard your health and maintain physical and mental well-being. During times of stress, it is best not to over-exert yourself with exercise that is either too strenuous or creates tension. Qigong moves are smooth and harmonious and this gentle, self-caring approach to physical activity is your greatest ally for self-healing.

As all exercises are performed in a comfortable standing posture, it is easy to view them on your screen, follow the instruction and exercise safely. You don’t need much space to practice – anywhere in your home or garden will do. Nor do you need any special equipment or clothing. Just bring yourself and some water to drink.

Each class will be available for repeat viewing. You will be able to access the class recording until 5pm on the following Monday. Enjoy!

Date(s) - 26/10/2020
10:00 am - 11:30 am


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Disclaimer for Online Qigong classes with Shirsha Marie

You understand and agree:
  • Online Qigong classes are designed for people of overall good health, which includes the ability assume a standing posture for the duration of each session. It is your responsibility to assess any personal limitations and the suitability of the Online Qigong class you are participating in.
  • During the class, you may receive information about common physical and mental health benefits of a particular exercise. This information is provided for general education only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment.
  • Instruction and training in Qigong does not provide replacement for medical guidance, diagnosis or treatment of pathological conditions. If you have an acute or chronic illness or disease, please seek medical attention from a qualified doctor and obtain clearance before enrolling in a class. It is entirely your responsibility to do so.
  • Some Qigong exercises may not be suitable for everyone. If you are unsure about an exercise, or if you have any injuries or medical conditions that you think may affect your ability to participate, please consult your medical practitioner or health care provider first.
  • Please note that some Qigong exercises are not suitable for pregnant women. If you have specific health-related questions, please call your medical practitioner or other health care provider.

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