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Qigong for Good Health: Nine Week Spring Series

Qigong reduces stress, builds stamina, increases vitality and improves the immune system. An ancient Chinese system of self-care, Qigong integrates physical postures, breathing techniques, and mind focus. Qi (Chee) is the vital life force energy that flows through all things in the universe.


A nine-week spring series begins on Tuesday March 21. There are two, one-hour Qigong classes available at either 1pm or 2:30pm.


Also, Parking Lot Qigong returns outside in late Spring on Saturday mornings 10:30am. Participants are asked to give a donation to attend the class.

For more details about Qigong and to sign up, please check the website www.qigongforgoodhealth.org. According to UUCMC guidelines for Covid, masking is optional.


Students are well-spaced and the Earth Room has a state of the art air filtration system.

The nine-week series cost $90 per person, second person in the same household, $45, college student, $45. If you cannot afford the cost, contact Maxine to make some adjustment in the fee. For all classes, register online, pay at the first class.


Maxine Forster Guenther, M.A., Instructor of Integral Qigong, certified since 2003, for classes in The Earth Room, at the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House, 1475 West Front Street in Lincroft.





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