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Total Life Energy Meditation – Qigong & Gong Bath – FILLED
January 27 @ 09:00 - 11:00Free
This weekly practice offers a complete meditation of body, mind and heart that anyone can do to achieve better health and spiritual awakening.
Through the gentle, flowing and natural physical exercises based on the ancient method of Qigong practice, you will experience a deep understanding of yourself and your own body. You will develop a deep mindfulness that will empower you in your everyday life.
If you then take a gong bath, you will give yourself a complete reset. Qigong is the perfect preparation for a musical journey into complete emptiness. The result is an enlightening experience of expanded consciousness, deepest relaxation and bliss.
Doing this practice weekly will transform your life as you naturally develop the ability to approach life with passion and simultaneous relaxation. The results of this practice will amaze you.
“The sound journey was impressive. Letting the drumming “go” through the body so intensely I found cleansing. I think it released/relaxed a lot in me on a physical level. Exciting! The gong bath was almost like a reset in parts. I’ll definitely be happy to come back. ” – Muriel, qigong + gong bath participant
“By the way, the after effects from the gong bath are very exciting, the meditations have become much more intense since Sunday, I am quite surprised and comfortable with it.” – Markus, qigong + gong bath participant
We will begin with 45 minutes of calm Shi Ba Shi Qigong Taiji movements led by Daniela Hauri. As a Taiji teacher she supports your journey in a competent, loving, warm and patient way. Everyone, no matter what physical condition, can easily follow these movements. Afterwards we enjoy a one-hour gong bath led by gong player Alan Steinborn, which effortlessly leads us into deep stillness and pure awareness. We end with 15-30 minutes of golden silence, for which we are more than ready to enjoy.
This is a free course to see if this weekly practice is good for you. If you are interested in looking into doing this practice regularly, click here for the different options.