19. juillet 2020 - 10:00 jusqu'à 13:15
De Meditatietuin, Amsterdam
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TREE TIME Amstelpark - Chi Kung & Practices Informed by Nature | dimanche, 19. juillet 2020

The tree is the central motif of this workshop.

Just like a tree, we explore how to stand in a balanced way in between the heaven and earth and we get intimate with the primal forces evoked by the tree's life cycle:









We engage in simple, ancient and nature-based practices, such as:

- still chi kung (zhan zhuang, archetypical postures for health)

- slow movement

- walking chi kung

- self massage

- mindful engagement with the trees and the place

This training makes available:

- simple and efficient practices that you can take home and integrate in your daily life

- exercises that nourish your sensorial awareness, immunity, nervous system regulation, heart-conncetion and grounding

- orienting and connecting to environment

- exploration and play around what it means to be part of the web of life connecting all living beings

This workshop is offered in collaboration with De Meditatietuin. It unfolds throughout the four seasons, both inside and outside the studio.

It’s open to all levels of practice, and no previous chi kung experience is required.

Due to coronavirus, extra safety requirements are:

- there's a limit for the number of participants, therefore the group should remain small. (max 9 person)

- the 1,5 meter distance between participants should be respected at all times

- the training will unfold mostly outdoors

- do disinfect or wash your hands with soap at arrival

- please inform if you have any symptoms such as a cold or fever before the workshop will take place. In case of complaints, please stay at home. Your can either use your ticket for the next workshop and if possible or your ticket will be refunded.


-€ 37,50 per workshop (excl.vat); € 30 for regular students




email or www.raqueljesus-coaching.com.

After receiving your interest, I return with an intake form and the practical details.

Let's meet with the trees!

Photo credit: Emilie Schafer