My qigong classes and workshops

Drop-in qigong class

This is an ongoing drop-in class where we explore different aspects of qigong and neigong, working with core movements and exploring some of the classic five animal forms

Dates: Thursdays 6-7.15pm

Venue: Brighton Natural Health Centre, Brighton

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Low-cost drop-in qigong class

This is an ongoing drop-in class where we explore different aspects of qigong and neigong, working with core movements and exploring some of the classic five animal forms

Date: Mondays 3-4pm

Venue: Brighton Natural Health Centre, Brighton

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New drop-in qigong class

This is an ongoing drop-in class where we explore different aspects of qigong and neigong, working with core movements and exploring some of the classic five animal forms

Date: Tuesdays 12.30 to 1.30 (starting September 13th)

Venue: Evolution Arts, Brighton

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Bagua for health drop-in

Bagua is one of the ‘internal’ martial arts of China. This class will teach its fundamentals without its martial application. Bagua is an wonderful practice for health, bodily strength and flexibility. It works with powerful spiral movements of the body, development of waist and core strength, and the famous bagua circle walking with its rapid and unpredictable turns.

Dates: Four Wednesdays 5.15 to 6.30 (August 15th to September 5th)

Venue: Brighton Natural Health Centre, Brighton

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Eight piece of silk (baduanjin) workshop

Dates: Saturday September 8th 10.30 to 1.30

Venue: Evolution Arts, Brighton

Learn one of the most famous of all qigong practices – the eight pieces of silk or eight brocades. As the name implies, there are eight movements which flow into each other and work the body in a wide range of ways.  As with all qigong, the movements are seamlessly integrated with deep, slow breathing and mental absorption. centreing and grounding us and helping develop calmness, strength, resilience and co-ordination. There will be a video of the form available to aid self-practice  after the workshop.

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Taichi shibashi qigong workshop (Copenhagen)

Dates: September 15th & 16th

Venue and booking details

This is an opportunity to learn an elegant and powerful 18-sequence Qigong form that has its origin in the flowing movements of Taichi. Known as Taichi Qigong Shibashi, it is a wonderful daily practice, taking around fifteen minutes to perform, and can be learned in the course of this two day workshop. This course is backed up by a comprehensive series of online videos that Peter has produced (you can view the entire form here).

 

Eight piece of silk (baduanjin) workshop

Dates: Saturday November 11th 10am-4pm

Venue: Brighton Natural Health Centre

Learn one of the most famous of all qigong practices – the eight pieces of silk or eight brocades. As the name implies, there are eight movements which flow into each other and work the body in a wide range of ways.  As with all qigong, the movements are seamlessly integrated with deep, slow breathing and mental absorption. centreing and grounding us and helping develop calmness, strength, resilience and co-ordination. There will be a video of the form available to aid self-practice  after the workshop.

Details and booking