Qi-gong is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement (blood, synovial and lymph) and building awareness of how the body moves through space. When you practice and learn qi-gong exercise movement, there are both external and internal movements.
About the Teacher
She then went on to study Healing Qi Gong and treat people in Beijing for 12 years. Slowly shifting from outer Martial Arts to inner practices, she studied Ba Gua Zhang and Tai Ji Quan under different teachers, and kept on studying different aspects of Chinese Medicine such as Moxibustion, cupping, infant and children massage, accupuncture and Chinese traditionnal massage.
She enjoys sharing Chinese traditional culture through teaching Tai Ji Quan and giving treatments. The path to self healing took her to many workshops.
In 2010, she started studying modern Hypnosis under the guidance of Stephen Gilligan and later on NLP and Life Coaching with Robert Dilts, whom she still both follows. Their approach to Healing fits her previous learnings and helps her bring a deeper and more wholistic side to healing and self growth.
Moreover, through her years of learning she discovered an accupuncture method which resonated with her and that she loves sharing : facial accupuncture where very small needles are used solely on the face of the patient, which is a mirror of the whole body. It uses a very interesting and immediate way to assess the changes in the body.
Qi- Gong with Lhamo
Time: Monday and Thursday from 7 to 8am