In honor of the virtue of humanity, “Ren”(仁 : benevolence, kindness, humility), Community Qigong is a space for Yi Ren Qigong practitioners of all levels to deepen their cultivation, refine their practice, and enjoy community healing and togetherness. Each gathering will consist of an hour and a half of Yi Ren Qigong exercises and meditations for energetic seasonal attunement followed by community sharing, nourishment and unity
This group practice is for those seeking to develop or refine their personal practice, in addition to those wanting to experience qigong for the first time.
Join us Monday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. for Communi-Qi !
Flowing into February, Community Qigong’s focus will continue to activate, explore and harmonize the Kidneys and Urinary Bladder meridians and virtues as well as the endocrine meridian, the Chong meridian. Preparing the mind-body for Spring arrival, we’ll incorporate exercises to help manage the magnificent Wood energy while balancing Water and bringing in the blessings of the new year of the Earth Pig.
The intensity of the Wood element during this time of year can easily knock us off balance. Join us Monday evenings in March for a seasonal boost with exercises and meditations to help calm the liver, clear undesirable energies, and refresh and rejuvenate your mind-body-soul. This is an excellent time of year to consider a Bigu fast, clean eating or detox to support your system as you raise your frequency and blossom this Spring.
Tuition: Monthly series of Mondays – $25 | Single Monday – $10
Where: Bothell IQ&IM Center (get directions)
About the Instructor
Bringing together holistic nutrition with mind-body qigong education and training, Amy Putiri is a certified nutritionist and Yi Ren Qigong instructor guided to help others shift their frequency, raise their vibration and reach their human potential through healthy eating and energetic self-care.
Amy has been studying, training and researching Yi Ren Qigong with Dr. Sun since 2008. While obtaining her master’s degree in Nutrition at Bastyr Unversity, Amy worked on Dr. Sun’s pilot study looking at the effects of qigong exercise in adults with type 2 diabetes.