Please come to this introduction to Zhineng Qigong (Chi-Lel Qigong), taught by Rick Silver. Learn movements and techniques taught in China’s medicine-less hospitals that promote health and increase energy and awareness.
When: Sunday, Aug. 17, 2-3:30 pm
Where: OmBalance, 6801 Snider Plaza, #240, University Park (near SMU)
Movements range from easy to moderately challenging, depending on your fitness. They do not require athleticism and can be done standing or sitting.
These exercises massage and strengthen you internally while conditioning structure. They are helpful to do while recovering from illness.
Possible Benefits of Regular Practice
- Improved blood pressure, both high & low
- Improved energy, blood & lymph circulation
If there’s interest, Rick will offer a six-class series at OmBalance.
Intro class is $10. Register in advance on Brown Paper Tickets, or bring check or cash: credit cards not accepted.
ABOUT RICK SILVER
In 1995 Rick was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Western medicine and multiple alternative modalities did not relieve his symptoms. He began practicing Zhineng (Chi-Lel) Qigong in 2001, while living in Santa Fe. Since then he has been symptom free and in excellent health. In 2004 Rick and his family moved to New Zealand, where he continued his practice. He studied with Sandy Jiang (Blue Sky Zhineng Qigong Studio) and became certified to teach. Rick is in his 70s, has a 17-year-old daughter, and lives in Dallas. He is medication free.
For information call Rick at 505-819-8964 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Consult your health care professional before starting any wellness program. The instruction is not a substitute for professional medical advice.