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November 28, 2023 @ 12:00 pm

$6 – $77

Qi-GYM (Gi~Gong with Brain Gym movements and other gems) is a gentle and profound way to increase body strength, creating a coherent mind and offering tools during the movement class to maintain a relaxed, positive attitude in daily life.

It is held most Tuesdays at Jackson Wellsprings. Open to all and beginners welcome. Cost is $77 for 6 classes and your first class if FREE! Contact Tanya Simmons at 504-710-2622 for more information/registration.

‘Fun flowing movements and gems to ‘change your mind’ – I love this!” (M.S Actor)

‘I see Tanya’s practice Qi-Gym to be an excellent, gentle way to harmonize the energies of the brain, heart, and body, incorporate grounding/uplifting energies from the heavens and earth, as well as focus on and integrate the positive aspirations of the soul—all in a single hour of movement and contemplation. This practice deserves to be taught everywhere!’ (Michael King, author of Detoxify, Nourish & Build—3 Essentials for Vibrant Health)


November 28, 2023
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
$6 – $77
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Jackson Wellsprings Community Room
2253 Highway 99 N
Ashland, 97520
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541 482-3776
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