Weather permitting we will hold a singing session on Saturday evening at 7pm on the 29th August. Parks in Mind will provide the space under the fallen tree in Shelley Park.
All singers welcome to this campfire session with easy to learn songs to suit all ages and abilities.
Any queries email email@example.com
THIS SESSION IS FREE
Coming in October….
Starts Monday 19th October 7.30pm on Zoom.
Singing for all. This will be run to suit readers and non note readers and will be Spiritual but not religious. Round and simple harmony singing, these sessions are to uplift and share in the joy of singing together.
Sessions and booking will be via Eventbrite with option to donate. A link will be uploaded at the beginning of October. Meanwhile please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
These weekly online sessions will take us up to Christmas.
This easy to learn Qi Gong session will be on zoom every week. To join contact Peter Holloway at parks in mind to join in this 40 minute session. The art if effortlessness is the key to understanding this form of movement. Anyone can learn regardless of age, ability or religion. 01202 451513 or visit their facebook page for more information. You can also go to their website and fill out a CONTACT US form.
Each week we choose a topic.
Self compassion. Meditation techniques. Reframing. A short interactive discussion is followed by a mediation taken from various sources exploring the different ITP techniques we can use to enhance our lives.
This is a closed session but if you are in cancer care or are a family member of someone who is in cancer care you can contact Steffi at Wessex Cancer Trust on 01202 315824 or visit their facebook page
Wessex Cancer Trust. A 40 minute easy to learn session of movement. The Tai chi qi gong set is for anyone to learn regardless of fitness level.
This is a closed session but if you are in cancer care or are a family member of someone who is in cancer care you can contact Steffi at Wessex Cancer Trust on 01202 315824 or visit their facebook page .
At the beautiful Heart Centre 25 Browning Ave. Come and share this wonderful space with likeminded people. There’s no right or wrong in these beautiful movements which promote the art of effortlessness. With a passive sound bath ends the session to relax and rejuvenate. The session is being run with donations being requested at the end for the support of this wonderful centre.
This form of Medical Tai Chi Qi Gong from Shibashi Set 1 works on the cultivation of life force energy. It can be practiced by anyone regardless of age, health, fitness level or religion. Please bring a blanket and mat if you wish and wear comfortable clothes if possible. ITP looks at the many forms of practice you can use as tools for self improvement.
New dates to follow…..This workshop is designed for all performing students. If you are interested in a session being brought to you please email me, Jenny at email@example.com
With interactive talking and sharing of experiences we will then explore 10 top tips for overcoming performance anxiety. With advice on breathing technique and simple movements and posture taken from the Qi Gong Tai Chi style shibashi set.
Entrance is by purchase of a ticket. See Highcliffe Castle Website. My session will be before noon (time to be confirmed) I will be holding a hour workshop with simple Tai chi Qi gong style movements to music followed by a passive sound bath to relax and rejuvenate. Bring a blanket and comfortable clothes. This session suits all adults.
This two hour session is held once a month at Wessex Cancer Trust. Please contact Emma Omrod on 01202 315824 or. Next Session Thursday Feb 27th Thursday 19th March 2020 at 10.30am
Monday March 23rd at 1pm in Shelley Park gardens (weather permitting). With 18 movements using proper breathing techniques and posture. Gentle, beautiful and flowing this routine is both joyful and relaxing. It is designed to improve general health with gentle rocking and stretching to improve circulation and digestion with chest exercises for good lung condition. This session is being run as a fund raiser for “Parks In Mind”.