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Making Connections for a Brighter World

The Qigong Connection is a non-profit organization whose mission is:  To educate and support the community in the healing and wellness benefits of Qigong.  We ascribe to build awareness of and connect to other energy based modalities while deepening our connection as a community to universal healing energies of love for the highest good of all.

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Moon Cultivation - Qigong Lunar Movements
August 18th, 2018
9:00am - 12:00pm

9:00 Greetings: Mary

9:05 - 9:30 Qigong Movements led by Rob Muir

9:30 - 10:10 Qigong Meditation led by Barb Palmer and Group Healing Meditation led by Julie Johnson

10:10 Break

​10:25 Healing Stories/Techniques led by Mary Zelmer

10:45 Introduction of guest speaker

11:45 Wrap up and Grounding

August 18th, 2018
Moon Cultivation - Qigong Lunar Movements
Presented by Andrea Sullivan



The moon has a great impact on our bodies vitality and the wellbeing of our mind. There are many accounts of ways in which the healing power of the moon has influenced and reversed chronic or severe ailments. The Qigong practices for the moon also help harmonize our emotions. We will take a deep look into the past theory and practices that have been utilized for thousands of years to heal the body. Together, we’ll explore movements that connect, draw in and circulate the Qi of the moon inside our bodies.


Presenter Biography


Andrea Sullivan has practiced meditation and Qigong since she was young. She became a Universal Healing Tao instructor in 2006. She studied in Thailand with Sarina Stone and Grand Master Mantak chia in 2006; where she certified in Toaist Medical Qigong, Tao Yin (Yin yoga) and more. Currently she is studying with Master Zhong Xian Wu. Is on the board of directors for the American Oriental Bodywork Therapy Association (AOBTA). And Andrea teaches classes at the Centerpoint school of Massage and Shiatsu, which include, but aren’t limited to - Medical Qigong, Chi Nei Tsang and Advanced Asian Bodywork.



Upcoming Meeting and Seminar Dates:

Mark your calendars! Meetings are normally the third Saturday of the month!

Aug 12, 26, Sept 9 & 23
August 18
Moon Cultivation - Qigong Lunar Movements
Focus Topic: The moon has a great impact on our bodies vitality and the well being of our mind
Sept 15
An Experiential Introduction to Shinrin Yoku - Forest Bathing (*** Dress Appropriately for Rain or Shine***)
October 20
Deepening Your Practice

Special Note: Hosting various speakers at scheduled events does not imply endorsement of, affiliations with, or involvement in the material presented or clinical techniques performed during or after the presentation.