Qigong & Tibetan Bowls Workshops
Emerge Smoothly into Spring with
Qigong & Tibetan Bowls
Friday, March 29th, 2019, 7.30-9.30pm
Friends Meeting House,
91-93 Hartington Grove, CB1 7UB
Do you struggle to re-emerge in Spring?
Do you feel irritable, stressed or hopeless?
Do you suffer from hay fever or allergies?
The seasonal shift from Winter's stillness into Spring's re-emergence can for many people be a tricky time in nature’s annual cycle. Join us to honour the Spring Equinox and to smooth your own energetic transition into this phase of hope, vision and vigorous growth with the help of Qigong and Tibetan Singing Bowls.
As the days lengthen and the natural world emerges from regenerating dormancy and bursts back to life with the vibrant spectacle of Spring, we too expect to feel renewed and rearing to go. But this is often not the case and many people find it hard to get their own motor started again after the cold, damp Winter.
We'll explore energetic imbalances that may be behind our reluctance to re-emerge and use the beautiful sounds of the Bowls and the healing movements of Qigong bring them back into harmony, so we can flow smoothly and positively into our own Spring.
Do join us for this evening of relaxing, invigorating and harmonising practice.
Open to all - men and women.
No experience is needed.
What to expect
Qigong - gentle movement, breath and focused awareness.
Stillness - to bathe in the sounds of the Tibetan Bowls.
A relaxed, friendly and unintimidating atmosphere.
What to bring
Yourself in comfortable clothes.
Friends (but let us know).
A cushion or small blanket (if you wish, not essential).
Payment on booking preferred
Credit/debit card or bank transfer
Cash on the door is OK too
FYI - THIS PAGE INCLUDES DATES AND FULL THEME DETAILS OF THE UPCOMING QUARTERLY SESSION ONLY. IT IS UPDATED AFTER EACH SEASONAL SHIFT.
Why we run these workshops
These Qigong and Tibetan Bowls workshops happen four times each year (at Solstice and Equinox) to honour and align ourselves with the seasonal shift.
They are run by me together with sound healer Nick Tischler.
Nick also hosts monthly Tibetan Bowls sound baths at the same venue, sometimes working with healers from other disciplines. See the Self-healing With Sound and Movement Facebook page.
We started the Qigong and Tibetan Bowls sessions because we find that, by bringing together the gentle movements of the ancient Chinese art of Qigong with the beautiful sounds of Tibetan 'Singing' Bowls, we amplify the deeply healing powers of each.
We wish to share these benefits with other people who are looking for new ways to nurture their own health and well-being.
Each of our sessions is a healing moment in itself as we bathe ourselves in sound and movement, which open up energetic blockages as they draw us away from our daily cares towards sensations of our bodies.
It is also an opportunity to deepen our understanding of how to use sound and movement to self-heal at home.
- You can do the Qigong movements sitting on a chair, if standing for long periods or getting down on the floor is a problem for you.
- Doors will close at 7.30pm, so please be sure to arrive on time (any time from 7.15pm is fine).
- Please don't forget to sign your name in the book (even if you have been before) and, if you are paying cash, to bring the right change, pay and tick to confirm payment. Cash payment is done on trust - we ask that no one abuses this. Thanks.
What others say ...
“Tiffany holds this feminine space with utmost integrity, authenticity and truth.”
- Alison G.
"You bravely and skillfully created a friendly, safe place where I could express myself verbally and physically."
— Cecilia T.
"Tiffany treats everyone and every body as an individual… She has endless patience and a keen eye… It is treasure. Thank you."
— Sophie W.
"I really loved the workshop. I found it very tranquil and promoted a great sense of meditation. In fact, I had a moment of complete serenity which is something I have been searching for."
— Rebecca C.
"Tiffany is a wonderful teacher with the perfect blend of clear instruction, spirituality and humour."
— Cilla C.