AE21 Walking Meditation & Qigong C [Aug]

 

Walking Meditation & Qigong

Instructor: Jenne Sluder

ONSITE*  Six sessions: Fridays, August 6 - September 10; 9 – 10 a.m. 

Package of six: $120 Adult Non-member**
Package registration closes on August 5

Individual session: $25 Adult Non-Member**
To register by individual session, click "Show individual events" below

Capacity: 12 participants

Experience the deep peace and simple joy of slow walking meditation in the Plants of Promise Garden at the Arboretum. Each walking meditation practice begins with a series of very gentle Qigong movements. Qigong is an easy, mindful movement practice that supports the body's natural healing processes, promotes healthy circulation, invites a sense of inner calm, and releases tension from the body. Accessible to all ages and all bodies. Group size is limited so that physical distancing can be observed. Participants should wear loose, comfortable clothing.

 

*Registrants will be sent a reminder email the day prior to class with the meeting location and additional details. Please add adulteducation@ncarboretum.org to your contacts to ensure our emails do not end up in your spam folder. We encourage all participants to make conscious, courteous decisions based on your own and others' wishes and needs for safety. Mask wearing is supported but not required of participants for experiences in the field.

**Arboretum Members receive a 10% discount on all classes. To become an Arboretum Member and receive discounts on all classes, go to our Membership page.

 

Jenne Sluder is a qualified mental health professional and is certified through the International Association of Yoga Therapists as a trauma-sensitive therapeutic yoga instructor. She holds a Master’s in Transpersonal Psychology: Ecopsychology from Naropa University and specializes in mind-body approaches to improving mental and physical health. An Asheville native, Sluder works with individuals and with groups using somatic (body-based), contemplative (mindfulness-based), ecological (nature-based), and compassion-based practices.

 

Arboretum Members: Please sign in above in the top right-hand corner before adding classes to your shopping cart. Your member discount will be applied on the checkout pageClick here for membership discount instructions. To become an Arboretum Member and receive discounts on all classes, go to our Membership page. 


$120.00/person
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