Offered two Sundays a month 4:00-5:00 PM at Raleigh Yoga Center (619 Oberlin Rd) and occasionally in Wilmington at 1904 Eastwood, Suite 309 – see Scheduler.
Wilmington Dates: TBD
Upcoming Raleigh Dates (always check the Scheduler in case something has changed or if the weather is uncertain):
2017: Nov 5 – Nov 19 – Dec 10 (new date) – Dec 17
2018: Jan 7 – Jan 21 – Feb 4 – Feb 25 – Mar 11 (date change) – Mar 18 – Apr 8 – Apr 22
$10 (or pay what you can) at Raleigh Yoga Center
A powerful way to experience calm and healing through guided meditation. Our bodies can only heal to the fullest when we are calm and not in a constant state of stress.
What are these sessions?
Experience a 50-55-minute guided meditation intended to help participants deeply relax. As part of the meditation, a Qi Gong healing will be offered for the group where privately shared individual concerns will be addressed. If you are interested in Qi Gong healing, Pangu Shengong, or meditation, this is a good way to experience how this practice can bring more peace, ease, and healing into your life.
Even if you don’t care about any of that, these group sessions are beneficial and will help you relax and feel supported. Qi Gong Healing is based on the same principles as acupuncture methods and martial arts forms. Many report deep and long-lasting changes emotionally and physically after experience with Qi Gong healing and meditation. Come get a taste of what it is about and come back often!
Why do I charge for these sessions?
I often rent the space where these meditations are held, so fee helps to defray that cost and the cost of marketing in the community. Also, I want to honor my time spent preparing for and leading these meditations and I do believe that my time, skills, and gifts are worth something. By allowing people who need the flexibility to pay what they can, my intention is to make the opportunity for guided meditation and healing available to all.
Further, it is also well known in our culture that people value things more when they pay for them or give some consideration. The adage “You get what you pay for” when one is disappointed with something they got for free or little money illustrates this sentiment. I ask for a $10 fee per person in a group session, but it is always up to the participant to give what they can (cash, checks, and credit cards accepted).
It’s okay to show up, but super helpful if you reserve in advance. Thanks!