Weekend retreat – qigong and talks on living well and long

I’m teaching a retreat at a lovely old Quaker house in the Oxfordshire countryside on the weekend of September 9th to 11th.

There’ll be lots of qigong (focusing on the baduanjin – eight silken movements – form) plus talks on different aspects of yangsheng (the Chinese nourishment of life tradition).

We worked hard and had fun last year and I’m really looking forward to going back there.

Booking here

Live Well Live Long – YANGSHEN – with Peter Deadman

A Weekend Residential                       £440

9-11 September 2022 (Friday evening to Sunday afternoon)

In September 2022 we are returning to the peaceful location of Charney Manor following last year’s residential to continue with the invaluable teachings outlined in Peter Deadman’s book, ‘Live Well Live Long’. This draws on the wisdom of the Chinese nourishing life tradition as well as the latest thinking from scientific research.

The weekend will be an enjoyable and potent mix of qigong and lifestyle education. Our guest tutor Peter Deadman will teach qigong forms (backed up by videos) as well as how we can cultivate our minds, emotions, bodies, and breath to increase health and wellbeing.

Watch Peter’s explanation of the concept of nourishing life on this video link 

The event will be suitable both for beginners and advanced practitioners of qigong but a moderate level of fitness is recommended. There will be several hours of qigong every day, in addition to health and lifestyle talks.

Contact us on the Bookings page if you are interested in attending or reserve your place early with a deposit.

Amazing opportunity to hear about a fascintating, endless topic. Great organisation, pacing and duration. Highly recommend. Cintain Quintana, July 2021

Thank you for a heart-opening, nourishing weekend which has been a feast for the senses. Sally Assor, July 2021

10 out of 10! Couldn’t have been better. Carina and Jamie make every effort to ensure the comfort and wellbeing of participants. The course was well structured, paced and ultimately very enjoyable. Victoria Conran July 2021

 

Comments

  1. Robert Jaffe-Pearce

    Hi Peter,
    Can you tell me a bit more about the schedule for the weekend? Start time on Friday (I presume?) and finish time on Sunday?
    Regards,

    Robert

    • Peter Deadman

      Hi Robert. Arrival time is 4pm Friday though I don’t expect much will happen till around 6. Finish time is 4pm Sunday, though last year we finished earlier -= maybe 2.30 as we decided everyone was full. Peter

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