Qigong and Breast Health

Help yourself then share with other women so they too can feel the healing power of the body.

Next 3-part intensive. February 8, 15, 22

We believe everything is energy, and energy must flow freely in the body for good health. When energy is stuck, the body responds by “showing” signs of pain, discomfort and even tumors.

Breast cancer prevention is a multi-facetted approach that includes body and mind.  Several aspects of whole person healing will be discussed including healthy eating and emotional balance.

We are pleased to offer a 3-part training on women’s health that includes:

  • 7 Qigong postures specific to breast health
  • How to teach these postures to other women
  • How to develop better energy flow through the breast
  • After effects of stress and how to begin the release process
  • How to shift your eating style for a healthier digestive system
  • Learn why the digestive system is key in breast cancer healing and prevention

Included are:

  • Qigong Instructional video
  • Educational booklet
  • 6 PDAs through NCCAOM

Class dates: February 8, 15, 22 10:00 AM (ET) for 75 minutes.

6 PDAs available through NCCAOM
All participants must attend on video to ensure the Qigong practice is done properly.

All participants must attend the ZOOM class on video.

Seven Wu Ming Qigong movements are taught with the intention of strengthening the digestive system and guiding energy through the breast area. But we don’t stop there.  It’s important to become aware of the impact lifestyle has on healthy outcomes.  Packed into 3 sessions, you’ll get a mini course in TCM’s view of the body’s ability to heal.

Explore traditional Chinese medicine’s view of health by looking at the body’s energy pathways or meridians. Chinese medicine informs us, if energy flows freely in the meridians, disease cannot enter.  Did you know that emotions have a way of unbalancing the body? We explore that too.

Next Session

Virtual Class

3 virtual sessions will be held Wed, Feb 8, 15, 22 at  10:00 AM(ET)

6 PDAs through NCCAOM

For additional information on breast cancer and Chinese medicine, visit breastcancer.com