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Strength in Balance: Qigong for the Liver

Location: AOMA Mind-Body Center, 4701 West Gate Blvd. 78745

From: September 11, 2013 at 7:00pm to: Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at 8:30pm

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Our liver allows our being to be in balance.  It processes the physical toxins which we consume, and in Chinese medicine, it processes our negative emotions & memories.  It provides an equilibrium which allows us to ride the ups and downs which come into our lives.  An overtaxed liver can disrupt this, resulting in excessive anger.  This form has movements practiced sitting in a chair & lying down on the floor. Pre-requisite: Sheng Zhen Healing Gong, Level 1. Only the seated movements will be taught in the 4 week series

Kay Wentworth has been teaching Sheng Zhen Gong since 2004, inspired by the physical healing Sheng Zhen has brought into her life.  She loves to practice and to share this form of active self-healing with others. In addition to weekly instruction from Master Li Junfeng, she attains yearly SZ teaching certification.  Kay owns and operates a day care facility for infants and toddlers, where the spirit of Sheng Zhen is always visible in the delight and happiness of the children in her care.