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Mar
17
Sun
St. Patrick’s Day
Mar 17 all-day

St Patrick’s Day is a public holiday in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador on the nearest Monday to March 17 each year. It remembers St Patrick, a missionary who converted many of Ireland’s inhabitants to Christianity in the 5th century. His feast day also celebrates Irish culture.

St Patricks Day Church

St Patrick’s Day, which is an official holiday in Newfoundland and Labrador, celebrates Irish culture, history and traditions

What Do People Do?

In some cities, notably Toronto and Montreal, large scale St Patrick’s Day parades are held, often on the Sunday closest to March 17. The parade in Montreal has been held every year since 1824. However, the first recorded celebration of St Patrick’s Day was in 1759 by Irish soldiers serving with the British army following their conquest of part of New France, a French colony in North America. In some places there are Irish cultural events. For instance, the Irish Association of Manitoba organizes a three-day festival of Irish culture in the week of St Patrick’s Day.

People who have an Irish background or enjoy Irish culture may hold Irish themed parties and serve traditional dishes, such as Colcannon or Irish stew. Colcannon is a dish of mashed potatoes mixed with kale or cabbage and Irish stew is traditionally made with lamb and root vegetables. Traditional Irish drinks include stout, a dark beer, and whiskey. Other parties may be themed around the color green. Guests may be expected to wear green clothes and only green food and drink is served.

Public Life

St Patrick’s Day is an official holiday in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is observed by the provincial government, but post offices, stores, many schools, businesses and other organizations are open. Public transport services run on their regular timetables.

St Patrick’s Day is not a public holiday in other parts of Canada. Schools, organizations, businesses, stores and post offices are open as usual. Some organizations may arrange St Patrick’s Day parties, but these do not usually disrupt normal affairs. Public transport services run on their regular timetables. In cities, where parades or large public events are held, there may be some congestion or road closures.

Background

St Patrick’s Day marks the feast day and anniversary of the death of a Christian missionary known as Patrick. He was born in the year 387, probably somewhere near the present day border between Scotland and England. At the age of 16, he was captured and taken to Ireland as a slave. During this period, he became very religious and after six years he fled back to his family.

Later in his life, he returned to Ireland as a missionary. He is said to have played an important role in converting the inhabitants of Ireland to Christianity and in ridding the island of snakes. However, there is no evidence that there have been any snakes in Ireland in the past 10,000 years. The “snakes” he drove out of Ireland may represent particular groups of pagans or druids. It is believed that St Patrick died on March 17 probably in the year 461 or 493 (according to different sources). St Patrick is buried under Down Cathedral in Downpatrick, County Down, and is one of the three patron saints of Ireland. The other patron saints are St Brigid of Kildare and St Columba.

St Patrick’s Day celebrations were brought to Canada by Irish immigrants. The day is a bank holiday in Northern Ireland and a public holiday in the Republic of Ireland. In the rest of the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia and New Zealand, it is celebrated, but is not an official holiday.

Symbols

The most widely-seen St Patricks Day symbols are the colors green, and sometimes orange, and the shamrock. The shamrock is a symbol of Ireland and a registered trademark of the Republic of Ireland. It is the leaf of the clover plant, which grows on the ground, often among grass and an Irish Catholic symbol of the Holy Trinity. It is sometimes confused with the four-leaf clover, which is a variety of the three-leaf clover and is thought to bring good luck.

6 Healing Sounds & Marrow Washing
Mar 17 @ 11:00 am – May 5 @ 9:39 pm

QIGONG WORKSHOP       SIX HEALING SOUNDS & BONE MARROW WASHING
The Six Healing Sounds are used to cool our internal organs and detoxify the accumulated poisons in our bodies. Bone Marrow Washing is used to enrich the blood and make the musculoskeletal system more resilient.

 

With regular practice you may:

Ø  Increase vital energy and blood circulation

Ø  Strengthen the immune system

Ø  Reduce tension and stress

Ø  Repair internal damage

Ø  Restore youth & promote well-being

 

Dates: Series 1 Jul 8 to Jul 29 (Sundays)

Series 2 Aug 5 to Aug 26, 2018 (Sundays)

You will get the maximum benefit by attending both sessions

Time: 11 am-Noon                                    Fee: $40.00 per series                                    Location: Greenglade Community Center B.C. 2151 Lannon Way, Sidney, BC

                                                                      For more info and to confirm your attendance, contact Yul Hill @ 250-886-4667, email

yhill09@gmail.com or visit Panorama Rec

https://www.crd.bc.ca/panorama

For more details and to reserve a spot, click here.  1st session.. http://bit.ly/2HejRFr 2nd session.. http://bit.ly/2LUGbaA

Mar
19
Tue
Let’s Laugh Day
Mar 19 all-day

Let’s Laugh Day is celebrated every year on March 19. It is an unofficial holiday that encourages people to laugh and enjoy the benefits of laughter.

Let's Laugh Day

Laughter can help increase the quality of your life. Let’s Laugh Day

Studies have suggested that laughter can help people relax and reduce stress. Laughing and being joyful can also have health and social benefits.

Many Health Benefits

Medical studies have shown a few minutes of laughter can reduce blood pressure, increase immunity response of the body and boosts heart rate. Watching or reading something humorous before sleep can also help people sleep better and longer.

Laughing can even burn calories. Research has shown that 10-15 minutes of laughing can burn up to 50 calories.

Friendly People

People who laugh often are seen by their peers as happy and friendly. As a result, they tend to have more friends and are easily accepted as a part of different social groups.

How to Celebrate?

Here are some ways you can celebrate this happy “howl”iday:

  • Laugh out loud for a few minutes on this day.
  • Spend some time reading jokes and funny stories.
  • Watch a funny movie.
  • Attend a stand-up comedy show.

Did You Know…

…that children laugh more than adults? An average toddler laughs about 400 times a day, while an average adult tends to laugh about 15-20 times a day.

Mar
20
Wed
Qigong Meditation / Yoga @ Archway Wellness
Mar 20 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

bodhidharma1                                                                        QigongCalig

QIGONG MEDITATION/YOGA

FOR SELF-HEALING TO INCREASE THE VITAL ENERGY AND TO PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

 

The ancient art of Qigong, which is the traditional Chinese medicine, uses the healing power of the mind through breathing and movement to increase vital energy (Qi), restore youth and promote well-being.

 

Meditation with Six Healing Sounds, Marrow-Washing and 5 Organ Healing Forms

 

Through regular Qigong practice, health and well-being are cultivated and improved in both healthy people and those who suffer from ailments such as asthma, stressful lifestyles, headaches, allergies, insomnia, digestion problems and some organ dysfunctions.

 

  1. a) The Six Healing Sounds:

Used to cool internal organs and detoxify the accumulated poisons in our bodies

  1. b) Marrow-Washing:

Used to enrich the blood and enable more resilience in the musculoskeletal system

  1. c) The Five Organ Healing Forms:

Used to heal and revitalize diseased organs

  1. d) Microcosmic Orbit Meditation:

 

Weekly Practice: Wednesday

Time: 6  to 7 pm

Location: Archway Wellness  2227 James White Blvd #1, Sidney, BC, V8L 1Z5 Phone:(250) 656-0585                                                          

About the Instructor:

Yul Hill has been certified to teach Qigong by Master Hing Cheung. Master Hing Cheung is a certified Qigong instructor from the Kong Jing Qigong Medical Institute Association in China. He taught Qigong classes at Camosun College for 21 years.

For more information and to confirm your attendance, please contact Yul at (250) 665-6146,

Cell (250) 886-4667 or at yhill09@gmail.com or visit www.tsikung.com.

Qigong Cancer Walk Sidney, BC @ Archway Wellness
Mar 20 @ 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Mar
24
Sun
6 Healing Sounds & Marrow Washing
Mar 24 @ 11:00 am – May 12 @ 9:39 pm

QIGONG WORKSHOP       SIX HEALING SOUNDS & BONE MARROW WASHING
The Six Healing Sounds are used to cool our internal organs and detoxify the accumulated poisons in our bodies. Bone Marrow Washing is used to enrich the blood and make the musculoskeletal system more resilient.

 

With regular practice you may:

Ø  Increase vital energy and blood circulation

Ø  Strengthen the immune system

Ø  Reduce tension and stress

Ø  Repair internal damage

Ø  Restore youth & promote well-being

 

Dates: Series 1 Jul 8 to Jul 29 (Sundays)

Series 2 Aug 5 to Aug 26, 2018 (Sundays)

You will get the maximum benefit by attending both sessions

Time: 11 am-Noon                                    Fee: $40.00 per series                                    Location: Greenglade Community Center B.C. 2151 Lannon Way, Sidney, BC

                                                                      For more info and to confirm your attendance, contact Yul Hill @ 250-886-4667, email

yhill09@gmail.com or visit Panorama Rec

https://www.crd.bc.ca/panorama

For more details and to reserve a spot, click here.  1st session.. http://bit.ly/2HejRFr 2nd session.. http://bit.ly/2LUGbaA

Mar
25
Mon
Good Friday in Canada
Mar 25 all-day

Good Friday occurs two days before Easter Sunday. It is the day when Christians commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, which plays an important part in the Christian faith. It is also a statutory holiday in all Canadian provinces and territories except Quebec, where it is partially observed.

Good Friday Church

A depiction of Jesus on the cross.

What Do People Do?

Christians may attend special church services, even if they do not attend church regularly during the rest of the year. Good Friday is a day of mourning and quiet prayer among many Christians. The candles are often extinguished and statues, paintings and crosses may be draped in black, purple or gray cloth. Some Catholics observe a partial fast on Good Friday and do not eat any meat.

Hot cross buns are a traditional treat on Good Friday. These are small bread-like buns, made from dough that contains raisins, currants and other dried fruit. The top of a hot cross bun is marked with a cross and covered with a sugar glaze. The cross may be cut into the bun or marked with a special dough that remains pale even after it has been baked. Hot cross buns may be eaten as they are, split and spread with butter or toasted.

For Canadians who are not Christians Good Friday is the start of a three or four-day weekend. This is a welcome spring break, which some people use to visit family or friends. It is also a popular time to take a short vacation.

Public Life

Good Friday is a public holiday at a national level in Canada. Schools and many businesses and organizations are closed and many people have a day off work. Post offices are closed and in some areas, particularly in the provinces of Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador, stores are closed or have restricted opening hours. Public transport services many run to their usual or restricted timetables. In rural areas, public transport may close down completely.

In Quebec, Good Friday or Easter Monday are a statutory general holidays at the option of the employer. Schools and post offices are closed. Public transport services many run to their usual or restricted timetables. In rural areas, public transport may close down completely.

Background

Good Friday is the day when Christians commemorate the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ. This is an important event in Christianity, as it represents the sacrifices and suffering in Jesus’ life. The crucifixion was the culmination of a number of events in Holy Week, including: the triumphal return of Jesus to Jerusalem on Palm Sunday; the washing of the disciples’ feet by Jesus; and the Last Supper on Maundy Thursday. The Easter date depends on the ecclesiastical approximation of the March equinox.

On Good Friday in 1964 (March 27), a large earthquake occurred when a fault between the Pacific and North American tectonic plates ruptured. The epicenter of the earthquake was near Prince William Sound in Alaska, USA, but also caused a tsunami. This damaged or destroyed more than 400 homes in communities on the west coast of Vancouver Island, including Port Alberni and Zeballos.

Symbols

The most important Good Friday symbol is the crucifix, or cross, which represents the way Jesus died. Some crosses bear a figure of Christ. Other symbols of Good Friday include black cloth used to cover the cross, paintings and statues in churches and some homes to signify mourning. In addition, some people deliberately create a bare appearance in their homes and churches by removing all flowers and shiny objects.

Mar
27
Wed
Qigong Meditation / Yoga @ Archway Wellness
Mar 27 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

bodhidharma1                                                                        QigongCalig

QIGONG MEDITATION/YOGA

FOR SELF-HEALING TO INCREASE THE VITAL ENERGY AND TO PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

 

The ancient art of Qigong, which is the traditional Chinese medicine, uses the healing power of the mind through breathing and movement to increase vital energy (Qi), restore youth and promote well-being.

 

Meditation with Six Healing Sounds, Marrow-Washing and 5 Organ Healing Forms

 

Through regular Qigong practice, health and well-being are cultivated and improved in both healthy people and those who suffer from ailments such as asthma, stressful lifestyles, headaches, allergies, insomnia, digestion problems and some organ dysfunctions.

 

  1. a) The Six Healing Sounds:

Used to cool internal organs and detoxify the accumulated poisons in our bodies

  1. b) Marrow-Washing:

Used to enrich the blood and enable more resilience in the musculoskeletal system

  1. c) The Five Organ Healing Forms:

Used to heal and revitalize diseased organs

  1. d) Microcosmic Orbit Meditation:

 

Weekly Practice: Wednesday

Time: 6  to 7 pm

Location: Archway Wellness  2227 James White Blvd #1, Sidney, BC, V8L 1Z5 Phone:(250) 656-0585                                                          

About the Instructor:

Yul Hill has been certified to teach Qigong by Master Hing Cheung. Master Hing Cheung is a certified Qigong instructor from the Kong Jing Qigong Medical Institute Association in China. He taught Qigong classes at Camosun College for 21 years.

For more information and to confirm your attendance, please contact Yul at (250) 665-6146,

Cell (250) 886-4667 or at yhill09@gmail.com or visit www.tsikung.com.

Qigong Cancer Walk Sidney, BC @ Archway Wellness
Mar 27 @ 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Mar
31
Sun
6 Healing Sounds & Marrow Washing
Mar 31 @ 11:00 am – May 19 @ 9:39 pm

QIGONG WORKSHOP       SIX HEALING SOUNDS & BONE MARROW WASHING
The Six Healing Sounds are used to cool our internal organs and detoxify the accumulated poisons in our bodies. Bone Marrow Washing is used to enrich the blood and make the musculoskeletal system more resilient.

 

With regular practice you may:

Ø  Increase vital energy and blood circulation

Ø  Strengthen the immune system

Ø  Reduce tension and stress

Ø  Repair internal damage

Ø  Restore youth & promote well-being

 

Dates: Series 1 Jul 8 to Jul 29 (Sundays)

Series 2 Aug 5 to Aug 26, 2018 (Sundays)

You will get the maximum benefit by attending both sessions

Time: 11 am-Noon                                    Fee: $40.00 per series                                    Location: Greenglade Community Center B.C. 2151 Lannon Way, Sidney, BC

                                                                      For more info and to confirm your attendance, contact Yul Hill @ 250-886-4667, email

yhill09@gmail.com or visit Panorama Rec

https://www.crd.bc.ca/panorama

For more details and to reserve a spot, click here.  1st session.. http://bit.ly/2HejRFr 2nd session.. http://bit.ly/2LUGbaA

Apr
3
Wed
Qigong Meditation / Yoga @ Archway Wellness
Apr 3 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

bodhidharma1                                                                        QigongCalig

QIGONG MEDITATION/YOGA

FOR SELF-HEALING TO INCREASE THE VITAL ENERGY AND TO PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

 

The ancient art of Qigong, which is the traditional Chinese medicine, uses the healing power of the mind through breathing and movement to increase vital energy (Qi), restore youth and promote well-being.

 

Meditation with Six Healing Sounds, Marrow-Washing and 5 Organ Healing Forms

 

Through regular Qigong practice, health and well-being are cultivated and improved in both healthy people and those who suffer from ailments such as asthma, stressful lifestyles, headaches, allergies, insomnia, digestion problems and some organ dysfunctions.

 

  1. a) The Six Healing Sounds:

Used to cool internal organs and detoxify the accumulated poisons in our bodies

  1. b) Marrow-Washing:

Used to enrich the blood and enable more resilience in the musculoskeletal system

  1. c) The Five Organ Healing Forms:

Used to heal and revitalize diseased organs

  1. d) Microcosmic Orbit Meditation:

 

Weekly Practice: Wednesday

Time: 6  to 7 pm

Location: Archway Wellness  2227 James White Blvd #1, Sidney, BC, V8L 1Z5 Phone:(250) 656-0585                                                          

About the Instructor:

Yul Hill has been certified to teach Qigong by Master Hing Cheung. Master Hing Cheung is a certified Qigong instructor from the Kong Jing Qigong Medical Institute Association in China. He taught Qigong classes at Camosun College for 21 years.

For more information and to confirm your attendance, please contact Yul at (250) 665-6146,

Cell (250) 886-4667 or at yhill09@gmail.com or visit www.tsikung.com.

Qigong Cancer Walk Sidney, BC @ Archway Wellness
Apr 3 @ 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Apr
7
Sun
6 Healing Sounds & Marrow Washing
Apr 7 @ 11:00 am – May 26 @ 9:39 pm

QIGONG WORKSHOP       SIX HEALING SOUNDS & BONE MARROW WASHING
The Six Healing Sounds are used to cool our internal organs and detoxify the accumulated poisons in our bodies. Bone Marrow Washing is used to enrich the blood and make the musculoskeletal system more resilient.

 

With regular practice you may:

Ø  Increase vital energy and blood circulation

Ø  Strengthen the immune system

Ø  Reduce tension and stress

Ø  Repair internal damage

Ø  Restore youth & promote well-being

 

Dates: Series 1 Jul 8 to Jul 29 (Sundays)

Series 2 Aug 5 to Aug 26, 2018 (Sundays)

You will get the maximum benefit by attending both sessions

Time: 11 am-Noon                                    Fee: $40.00 per series                                    Location: Greenglade Community Center B.C. 2151 Lannon Way, Sidney, BC

                                                                      For more info and to confirm your attendance, contact Yul Hill @ 250-886-4667, email

yhill09@gmail.com or visit Panorama Rec

https://www.crd.bc.ca/panorama

For more details and to reserve a spot, click here.  1st session.. http://bit.ly/2HejRFr 2nd session.. http://bit.ly/2LUGbaA

Apr
10
Wed
Qigong Meditation / Yoga @ Archway Wellness
Apr 10 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

bodhidharma1                                                                        QigongCalig

QIGONG MEDITATION/YOGA

FOR SELF-HEALING TO INCREASE THE VITAL ENERGY AND TO PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

 

The ancient art of Qigong, which is the traditional Chinese medicine, uses the healing power of the mind through breathing and movement to increase vital energy (Qi), restore youth and promote well-being.

 

Meditation with Six Healing Sounds, Marrow-Washing and 5 Organ Healing Forms

 

Through regular Qigong practice, health and well-being are cultivated and improved in both healthy people and those who suffer from ailments such as asthma, stressful lifestyles, headaches, allergies, insomnia, digestion problems and some organ dysfunctions.

 

  1. a) The Six Healing Sounds:

Used to cool internal organs and detoxify the accumulated poisons in our bodies

  1. b) Marrow-Washing:

Used to enrich the blood and enable more resilience in the musculoskeletal system

  1. c) The Five Organ Healing Forms:

Used to heal and revitalize diseased organs

  1. d) Microcosmic Orbit Meditation:

 

Weekly Practice: Wednesday

Time: 6  to 7 pm

Location: Archway Wellness  2227 James White Blvd #1, Sidney, BC, V8L 1Z5 Phone:(250) 656-0585                                                          

About the Instructor:

Yul Hill has been certified to teach Qigong by Master Hing Cheung. Master Hing Cheung is a certified Qigong instructor from the Kong Jing Qigong Medical Institute Association in China. He taught Qigong classes at Camosun College for 21 years.

For more information and to confirm your attendance, please contact Yul at (250) 665-6146,

Cell (250) 886-4667 or at yhill09@gmail.com or visit www.tsikung.com.

Qigong Cancer Walk Sidney, BC @ Archway Wellness
Apr 10 @ 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Apr
14
Sun
6 Healing Sounds & Marrow Washing
Apr 14 @ 11:00 am – Jun 2 @ 9:39 pm

QIGONG WORKSHOP       SIX HEALING SOUNDS & BONE MARROW WASHING
The Six Healing Sounds are used to cool our internal organs and detoxify the accumulated poisons in our bodies. Bone Marrow Washing is used to enrich the blood and make the musculoskeletal system more resilient.

 

With regular practice you may:

Ø  Increase vital energy and blood circulation

Ø  Strengthen the immune system

Ø  Reduce tension and stress

Ø  Repair internal damage

Ø  Restore youth & promote well-being

 

Dates: Series 1 Jul 8 to Jul 29 (Sundays)

Series 2 Aug 5 to Aug 26, 2018 (Sundays)

You will get the maximum benefit by attending both sessions

Time: 11 am-Noon                                    Fee: $40.00 per series                                    Location: Greenglade Community Center B.C. 2151 Lannon Way, Sidney, BC

                                                                      For more info and to confirm your attendance, contact Yul Hill @ 250-886-4667, email

yhill09@gmail.com or visit Panorama Rec

https://www.crd.bc.ca/panorama

For more details and to reserve a spot, click here.  1st session.. http://bit.ly/2HejRFr 2nd session.. http://bit.ly/2LUGbaA

Apr
17
Wed
Qigong Meditation / Yoga @ Archway Wellness
Apr 17 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

bodhidharma1                                                                        QigongCalig

QIGONG MEDITATION/YOGA

FOR SELF-HEALING TO INCREASE THE VITAL ENERGY AND TO PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

 

The ancient art of Qigong, which is the traditional Chinese medicine, uses the healing power of the mind through breathing and movement to increase vital energy (Qi), restore youth and promote well-being.

 

Meditation with Six Healing Sounds, Marrow-Washing and 5 Organ Healing Forms

 

Through regular Qigong practice, health and well-being are cultivated and improved in both healthy people and those who suffer from ailments such as asthma, stressful lifestyles, headaches, allergies, insomnia, digestion problems and some organ dysfunctions.

 

  1. a) The Six Healing Sounds:

Used to cool internal organs and detoxify the accumulated poisons in our bodies

  1. b) Marrow-Washing:

Used to enrich the blood and enable more resilience in the musculoskeletal system

  1. c) The Five Organ Healing Forms:

Used to heal and revitalize diseased organs

  1. d) Microcosmic Orbit Meditation:

 

Weekly Practice: Wednesday

Time: 6  to 7 pm

Location: Archway Wellness  2227 James White Blvd #1, Sidney, BC, V8L 1Z5 Phone:(250) 656-0585                                                          

About the Instructor:

Yul Hill has been certified to teach Qigong by Master Hing Cheung. Master Hing Cheung is a certified Qigong instructor from the Kong Jing Qigong Medical Institute Association in China. He taught Qigong classes at Camosun College for 21 years.

For more information and to confirm your attendance, please contact Yul at (250) 665-6146,

Cell (250) 886-4667 or at yhill09@gmail.com or visit www.tsikung.com.

Qigong Cancer Walk Sidney, BC @ Archway Wellness
Apr 17 @ 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Apr
21
Sun
6 Healing Sounds & Marrow Washing
Apr 21 @ 11:00 am – Jun 9 @ 9:39 pm

QIGONG WORKSHOP       SIX HEALING SOUNDS & BONE MARROW WASHING
The Six Healing Sounds are used to cool our internal organs and detoxify the accumulated poisons in our bodies. Bone Marrow Washing is used to enrich the blood and make the musculoskeletal system more resilient.

 

With regular practice you may:

Ø  Increase vital energy and blood circulation

Ø  Strengthen the immune system

Ø  Reduce tension and stress

Ø  Repair internal damage

Ø  Restore youth & promote well-being

 

Dates: Series 1 Jul 8 to Jul 29 (Sundays)

Series 2 Aug 5 to Aug 26, 2018 (Sundays)

You will get the maximum benefit by attending both sessions

Time: 11 am-Noon                                    Fee: $40.00 per series                                    Location: Greenglade Community Center B.C. 2151 Lannon Way, Sidney, BC

                                                                      For more info and to confirm your attendance, contact Yul Hill @ 250-886-4667, email

yhill09@gmail.com or visit Panorama Rec

https://www.crd.bc.ca/panorama

For more details and to reserve a spot, click here.  1st session.. http://bit.ly/2HejRFr 2nd session.. http://bit.ly/2LUGbaA

Apr
24
Wed
Qigong Meditation / Yoga @ Archway Wellness
Apr 24 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

bodhidharma1                                                                        QigongCalig

QIGONG MEDITATION/YOGA

FOR SELF-HEALING TO INCREASE THE VITAL ENERGY AND TO PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

 

The ancient art of Qigong, which is the traditional Chinese medicine, uses the healing power of the mind through breathing and movement to increase vital energy (Qi), restore youth and promote well-being.

 

Meditation with Six Healing Sounds, Marrow-Washing and 5 Organ Healing Forms

 

Through regular Qigong practice, health and well-being are cultivated and improved in both healthy people and those who suffer from ailments such as asthma, stressful lifestyles, headaches, allergies, insomnia, digestion problems and some organ dysfunctions.

 

  1. a) The Six Healing Sounds:

Used to cool internal organs and detoxify the accumulated poisons in our bodies

  1. b) Marrow-Washing:

Used to enrich the blood and enable more resilience in the musculoskeletal system

  1. c) The Five Organ Healing Forms:

Used to heal and revitalize diseased organs

  1. d) Microcosmic Orbit Meditation:

 

Weekly Practice: Wednesday

Time: 6  to 7 pm

Location: Archway Wellness  2227 James White Blvd #1, Sidney, BC, V8L 1Z5 Phone:(250) 656-0585                                                          

About the Instructor:

Yul Hill has been certified to teach Qigong by Master Hing Cheung. Master Hing Cheung is a certified Qigong instructor from the Kong Jing Qigong Medical Institute Association in China. He taught Qigong classes at Camosun College for 21 years.

For more information and to confirm your attendance, please contact Yul at (250) 665-6146,

Cell (250) 886-4667 or at yhill09@gmail.com or visit www.tsikung.com.