At this special ‘Nourish & Rejuvenate’ Winter event you will learn powerful yet gentle qigong practices to assist with nurturing your body and mind, finding stillness and connecting with your true self.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the winter season is associated with our kidneys and the Water element. As nature rests, is in a state of quietude and the energy of plants returns to the roots, similarly Traditional Chinese medicine explains that our energy moves inwards and is stored in our Kidneys, the storehouse of our life force energy.
With the serenity of nature with frozen lakes and snow covered fields, we can harmonise with the Yin energy of winter through slowing down, inner silence, gentle energetic practices and reflection. By aligning with the winter energy we can enhance our inner awareness and nourish and rejuvenate our body and mind.
‘Peace, happiness and joy is possible during the time I drink my tea.’ Thich Nhat Hanh
There will be the chance to reflect and set intentions at the calming, meditative tea ceremony with ceremonial grade matcha green tea. Chamomile tea will also be available.
Benefits of Attending:
- Experience qigong movements that bring greater peace of mind and well-being
- Learn ways to live in harmony with nature
- Discover practices to balance and enhance your energy
- Learn about subtle energy and how it relates to awakening more deeply to your true nature
- Enjoy meditative time with like-minded people
Please note that the movements are gentle and it isn’t necessary to be physically flexible to attend.
Facilitated by Tracy Friend
Tracy Friend is a leading spiritual teacher and one to one coach whose pioneering approach has touched thousands of people’s lives internationally. She specialises in helping people to create the life they want in addition to awakening to their true nature.
For full details and booking: https://thelifecentre.com/workshops/nourish-rejuvenate-winter-tea-ceremony-qigong-meditation
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