qigong (chi gong)Peter Deadman

Qigong is a traditional Chinese self-cultivation practice that integrates the body (strong, agile, grounded), breath (deep, slow) and mind (still, centred, absorbed). It can be practised at any age, can contribute to physical, emotional and spiritual well-being and is commonly done to enhance other disciplines such as martial arts, dance and sport. Come and discover the beauty and wisdom of this traditional Chinese body-mind exercise.

What previous students have said about Peter’s teaching: “Love your classes, and really enjoying learning about the traditions and benefits of regular practice on the mind & body. Your instructions are clear, precise and delivered with a great depth of knowledge.”

“The teaching was at the right pace for me and I also liked the way we learnt just a few movements at a time, so that we took the time to both understand what we should be doing and also give our long-term memory a chance to kick in! Thank you for your patience and good humour.”

“Just a quick note to say thanks for a great Qi Gong course. Really instructive, good fun, and rather lovely! You taught the class beautifully with real clarity, and knowledge obviously gained from extensive practice...without any airs and graces.”

We now offer weekly Community Qigong classes Mondays, 3-4pm. Find out more here.

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