West Seattle Blog… | Qigong and Meditation in Lincoln Park

When:

June 25, 2022 @ 9:30 – 11:45

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Where:

8011 Fauntleroy Way SW
West of Seattle

Qigong and Meditation in Lincoln Park

Saturday June 25, 9:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
Lincoln Park, just north of the zip line. (Enter through the very north entrance to the park; park near the gas station at 47th and Fauntleroy).

Come and play and sit with us in the beautiful nature. Please bring a chair and water and come a little early so you can set up your space and be ready to get started! We will do a combination of qigong, tai chi and meditation throughout the morning. You don’t need to register, just show up before 9:30 am!

Qigong and Tai Chi
Qigong and Tai Chi are ancient Chinese practices that promote balance, well-being, self-awareness and reduce stress. The morning will include several sessions, so you can experience a range of practices. No experience necessary. Led by Master Viola Brumbaugh, a beloved Tai Chi and Qigong teacher here in West Seattle (in Lincoln Park this summer), Burien, Capitol Hill, as well as on Zoom. You can find out more about what she offers by visiting the Wise Orchid Taijiquan and Qigong website: www.wise-orchid.com.

Meditation
No experience is necessary and enough instruction will be given for people new to meditation to try it out. For more experienced meditators, incorporating movement into your meditation practice can deepen and integrate your practice into your life. The meditation teaching will be given by Jill Boone, lay Buddhist minister, who leads the West Seattle Buddhist Sangha.

The morning is offered free of charge by Viola and Jill, with an opportunity and encouragement to make a donation (cash or check only) in favor of Puget Soundkeeper Alliancea non-profit organization that protects and preserves the waters of Puget Sound.

Covid Restrictions – we will follow all current requirements and if there are none we encourage you to arrive wearing a mask and set up your chair and space with social distancing in mind.

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