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Yoshi Omori: Qi gong

“Qi gong is a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness for exercise, healing, and meditation. Qi gong is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate and balance qi (chi) or what has been translated as “intrinsic life energy”. It is generally accepted that Qi gong exercises have three components: a posture (whether moving or stationary), breathing techniques, and mental focus on guiding qi through the body. The prerequisite is a calm, relaxed state of mind.”

Yoshi Omorin Qi gong -tunneilla harjoitetaan Qi gongin muotoa, jota kutsutaan ”silkin kehräämiseksi” (silk reeling). Siinä vuorottelevat hidas ja nopea liike sekä hetkelliset voiman purkaukset. Harjoitteissa työskennellään yinin ja yangin, täyden ja tyhjän, oikean ja vasemman kanssa.

Viikonlopputunneille voi osallistua joko kerran tai molempina päivinä. Tunnit ovat avoimia kaikille. Opetuskieli on englanti.

Yoshi Omori on harjoittanut Qi gongia 15 vuoden ajan.

Qi gong -viikonlopputunnit Kutomolla
la 18.2. klo 10-12 & su 19.2. klo 10-12
la 22.4. klo 10-12 & su 23.4. klo 10-12

Hinta: 8€/krt, 12€/2 krt
Ilmoittautumiset ja tiedustelut: ehkatuotanto(at)gmail.com

Nykytaidetila Kutomo
Kalastajankatu 1 B
20100 Turku

Bussi 1 Kauppatori – Satama, Veistämöntorin pysäkki tai bussi 12 Kauppatori – Härkämäki, Annankadun pysäkki

 

Yoshi Omori: Qi gong

“Qi gong is a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness for exercise, healing, and meditation. Qi gong is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate and balance qi (chi) or what has been translated as “intrinsic life energy”. It is generally accepted that Qi gong exercises have three components: a posture (whether moving or stationary), breathing techniques, and mental focus on guiding qi through the body. The prerequisite is a calm, relaxed state of mind.”

Yoshi Omori’s Qi gong weekend classes are in the style called “silk reeling” where slow and fast movements and bursts of powerful motion alternate. The exercises work with yin and yang, the full and the empty, the right and the left.

You can sign up to participate once or twice a weekend. The classes are open to everyone interested. The classes are given in English.

Yoshi Omori has practiced Qi gong for 15 years.

Qi gong weekend classes at Kutomo
Sat 18.2. at 10 am – 12 pm & Sun 19.2. at 10 am – 12 pm
Sat 22.4. at 10 am – 12 pm & Sun 23.4. at 10 am – 12 pm

Fee: 8€/1 class, 12€/2 classes
Registrations and inquiries: ehkatuotanto(at)gmail.com

Contemporary art space Kutomo
Kalastajankatu 1 B
20100 Turku

Bus 1 Market place – Harbour, Veistämöntori station or bus 12 Market place – Härkämäki, Annankatu station