Meditation / Still Qigong

Mediation /Still Qigong  is an energy cultivation practice to train attention and awareness, and achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state. It lays emphasis on quiet, motionless meditation, generally employing methods of internal concentration and regulation of breathing. It opens one to profound realizations about the unconscious patterns of the mind that often keep one trapped in a cycle of behaviors and experiences. 

People of all ages can benefit from meditation/Qigong practice with increasing calmness and physical relaxation, improving psychological balance, coping with illness, and enhancing overall health and well-being.

1. Benefits for children

meditation/ Qigong practice is good for the development and healthy growth of children, prevents the suppression of deep nerve cells in the brain which occurs when the cerebral cortex is highly stressed.  can promote the emergence of highly intelligent children.

2. Benefits for teenagers

Meditation / Qigong practice can effectively and ideally adjust the physiological functions of adolescents and helps correct some abnormalities due to their immature and physiology,  help their body to develop and mature. It also helps them to acquire calmness and tranquility.

3. Benefits for adults

Stress is a common problem for adults in modern society. Entering a deep meditation and qigong state can quickly eliminate fatigue and stress. Adulthood is a critical period of one’s life, stay relatively healthy and balanced is crucial to extending one’s lifespan.

4. Benefits for adults during menopause

Meditation / Qigong practice can Ideally balance and adjust hormone levels, improve the  menopausal symptoms. It can quickly bring about a peaceful mood, harmonizing both the family atmosphere and relationship with others.

5. Benefits for elderly

Studies show that Meditation / Qigong practice can potentially increase levels of certain neurotransmitters. These changes can be  significant in the prevention of Parkinson disease, Alzheimer’s, chronic depression, insomnia and drug addiction, It has been used for thousands of years in China as a technique for anti-aging.

Disclaimer: Individual results may vary. It is not a substitute for medical advice.

Our instructor Siubhan Clark has been teaching Mindfulness Meditation for four years and is currently in a two year Teacher Training with Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield, eminent leaders in the mindfulness movement in the US.  As both a teacher and a student, Siubhan has found that meditation allows for a greater sense of ease in dealing with the stressors of life.

We request everyone attending the class in person to be vaccinated for the safety of all. You can also join the class online.