Posts tagged Meditation
Sunrise Tai Chi at the Sonoran Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix.
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Tuesdays / October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 / November 6, 13

8:15 - 9:15 a.m.

Drop-in: Members $14/ General Public: $18 (Price per session)

Package Deal: Receive a $20 discount when you register for all the classes in each series by September 29. Each package includes seven sessions for only:

Members: $78 / General Public: $98

For inquiries, email registrar@dbg.org or call 480 481.8146

Offer expires September 4. Programs may be purchased separately at the regular price, subject to availability.

Desert Botanical Garden is the serene setting for the ancient flowing movements of Tai Chi Chuan, the health-boosting Chinese martial art that fuses yin and yang. The movements improve breathing, reduce stress and stimulate the mind, promoting good health and longevity.

All levels welcome. This class is held outdoors, please dress appropriately for the weather. Instructed by Yuri Grevtsev. Limit 30.

Meditation class with Yuri Grevtsev
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Meditation class entails laying down, sitting or cross-legged meditation posture. Participants are engaged in mindful breathing and visualization techniques. Class is designed to help participants relieve pressures of daily life (stress). We’ll explore the guided Qi Gong Meditation experience that breaks the cycle of the “rat race”, shreds our ego and brings our mind to the realm of non-dual somatic awareness of our true-self.

The Power of Qi Gong Meditation

Qigong is an internal meditation practice that concentrates on breathing. Breath functions like an anchor for the ever wondering mind. Thoughts and images are coming and going, what stays unchangeable is the rise and fall of the breath. The rise is inhalation and the fall is exhalation. During inhalation the abdomen rises, whereas on the exhalation the abdomen falls or sinks in. Our diaphragm acts like a balloon filling up with air and deflating. While breathing in, we absorb Qi - energy from the outside environment and when breathing out, we disperse the processed Qi. This, in a nutshell, is what Qigong about.