Robin Hills Farm presents Qi Gong for Cultivating Body and Mind

. January 2, 2016.
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Part of the Winter Seminar Series, Robin Hills Farm presents Qi Gong for Cultivating Body and Mind. This one day event teaches participants how to use their own energy to cultivate peacefulness and health. Qi is the vital force that runs through all living things, and practicing the art of Qi Gong means to work with, or master, that energy. Through stretching, breathing techniques, and movement, Qi Gong serves as a link between Tai Chi, Kung Fu, yoga, and acupuncture. Create a more flexible body and mind using techniques inspired by ancient Buddhist and Taoist philosophies.

6:30pm Monday, January 4
Robin Hills Farm, 20390 Stockbridge Chelsea Rd., Chelsea
734-929-2423 | robinhillsfarm.com
Free

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