Classes and Education
Qigong (Palo Alto)
Qigong is an ancient Chinese term that refers to a set of movements designed to move energy throughout the body to achieve good health, strength, balance, flexibility and relaxation. Qigong classes include warm-up exercises and stretching, acupressure self-massage and meditation. Qigong is a mind, body and spirit practice for people of all ages and abilities.
Where & When
|Date||December 18, 2014|
Edith Chiang Certified Qigong Instructor
Palo Alto Medical Foundation
Edith Chiang has been practicing martial arts (kung fu) since she was 6 years old. She won 2nd place in the first International Chinese Martial Art Competition?s weapon category in 1979. After graduating from UCB in 1983 with a BS in electrical engineering and computer science, Edith changed her focus to qigong in 1999, became a certified Dayan (Wild-goose) Qigong instructor from the Wen Wu School of Martial Arts in El Cerrito in 2004, and has been actively teaching qigong in the Bay Area ever since. She is also a Chinese teacher and translator and a substitute teacher for Fremont Unified School District.
|Time||9:30 AM to 10:45 AM|
|Venue||Palo Alto Center, Clark Building|
795 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94301
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For more information or to register call 650-853-2960. Participants will need to sign a consent form before attending classes.
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