About this Event
Thursdays |March 30th, April 13th, May 18th, and June 8th | 12:15 pm - 12:55 pm
*Classes will be held at our satellite office 2115 Wisconsin Ave NW Washington, DC 20007. March 30th and April 13th classes will be held in the Multi-purpose room on the first floor. May 18th and June 8th classes will be in the Human Resources Conference Room on the 6th floor in Suite 601.
All Georgetown University employees are WELCOME. Dress comfortably and the only thing you are required to bring is yourself.
Ann Duvall will facilitate monthly qigong practice to boost relaxation and resilience. Through slow- flowing movements and deep rhythmic breathing, this practice will help to ground and calm you, so you can cultivate a healing environment wherever you are in the moment. Qigong is a self-care practice that combines mindful movement with gentle breathing to bring balance wherever you need it most. This Chinese exercise system sometimes known as “acupuncture without needles” or “Chinese yoga”, can be done sitting, lying down, or standing, and is adaptable for all ages and all levels. Sometimes referred to as “moving meditation”, Qigong can help reduce stress, improve immune function, strengthen internal organs, and calm the mind to promote improved health, vitality, and youthfulness. Qigong movements aid in relaxation and centering, increase flexibility, balance, and body awareness, and help to facilitate physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits. Through the cultivation of your own energy, the parasympathetic system responds so you feel more energized and relaxed, helping to awaken to a new way of being, in mind, body, and spirit.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
2115 Wisconsin Ave NW, 2115 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest, Washington, United States