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Qi YINtegration™ is an incredible new health program, created by Michelle Greenwell, introducing people to the power of their own energy, how to cultivate more and how to move the body easily, with fluidity and with strength.
When everything is in balance we feel well, we move with ease, and we have the creativity, enthusiasm and cheer to enjoy all the wonderful things that life has to offer.
This program is an introduction to the most basic movement ideas that build us energy. We will be analyzing our sitting, standing, breathing, turning and strength with movement.
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The FREE Congress begins this Saturday. 4 days and 48 hours of 100 presentations – all FREE and all designed to energetically support healing while you participate as you can. An amazing feat for a global initiative. If you have not reserved your spot, please do so today. Be sure
Qi YINtegration was born out of the creative conversations in Tai Chi class and the energy-enhancing self-care tools from Touch for Health. Today this program has been expanded to include over 14 different classes and areas of expertise and exploration. Since the pandemic, Michelle has been working tirelessly to create
Ready for some fun with Tai Chi this fall? We are starting our Qi Destination series at the Glenora Distillery on September 1 at noon. To register for the event, please go to the Eventbrite link and let us know your intent. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/qi-destination-the-glenora-distillery-tickets-404172319287 This fall, there are many ways to
By request, Michelle will be offering this special movement class online for those who would like an additional class to their regular Tai Chi schedule, or for those who are looking to energize and re-vitalize their daily self-care habits. Whatever your goal, Michelle is ready to support your journey by
Empower YOU with Tai Chi for Injury Prevention One of our regular mindsets is to do an activity with the same vigor that we have always done it. The question is, do you have the same strength, flexibility, or skill as the last time that you did that activity? Gardening,