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Wed, Oct 26

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Evolutionary Minded Wellness

QiGong and TaiJi with Sharda

Welcoming Fall with QiGong and The Tai Ji Dance of the Five Elements. Sharda will be offering QiGong and Tai Ji two days a week, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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QiGong and TaiJi with Sharda
QiGong and TaiJi with Sharda

Time & Location

Oct 26, 2022, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDT

Evolutionary Minded Wellness, 203 Butler St, Pittsburgh, PA 15223, USA

About the Event

According to the Chinese medicine five element theory, the fall is associated with the METAL element.  It is said that during this time it is especially beneficial to cultivate the metal element energies within us. By doing so, we are able to transform grief  into courage, cultivate resilience and tap into the treasures of wisdom, courage and inner strength.

By  tending to the precious metal element energies within us,  we then shine though the cracks of grief and suffering as inner strength and harmony.

Cultivate courage and  inner strength  with this  gentle meditative movement program accompanied  by MP3 of Steve Sculli’s collaborative ambient music with the singing plants.

-No experience necessary -suitable for people of all ages and physical abilities and especially beneficial  for those recovering from old injuries and achy bodies and for fall prevention.  The practices are soothing and relieve stress and tension on all levels.

-just bring  a readiness to slow down

-Wear comfortable slippers or socks

-Easy fit pants and layers suggested.

Benefits also include increase in vitality, flexibility,fluidity, joint mobility, balance and mental clarity and capacity for focused concentration.

As a certified integrated health and wellness Personal trainer/ Consultant Suzen Sharda Segall has been a student and practitioner of Body Arts  therapies for many decades including ChuangYang Al Huang’s dynamic very short form The Tai Ji Dance of the Five Elements. She grounded her personal healing with Medical QiGong training with Ted Cibek. In most recent years her practice includes   Crane style QiGong with acupuncturist Rob Bastress and The QiFlo system of Sensei Leda Elliott .

1-1  and couples sessions can also be booked by appointment.

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