The term energy management translates in Chinese as chi kung. The term includes awareness of what you are. The growth of your consciousness is something that you have control over. What this means is that you are in control of your way of feeling, thinking and acting.
The practice of chi kung has been given to those of heart who can maintain a conscious relationship with themselves as well as their environment. In the ancient system of chi kung these are inseparable. So the practitioner of chi kung is environmentally aware and actively working to know and protect their community and surroundings.
The Chi Kung offered at Bowen Community Recreation is for the sensitive and originates from the weidan consciousness. Meaning, that a person learns how to manage themselves and the energetics of their environment more effectively. This way the body can rest and regenerate even within stressful and challenging situations and environments.
Bowen Community Recreation is offering three types of weidan chi kung.
For beginners who are looking for better grounding and stability. We recommend the flying crane chi Kung. In this practice you learn to connect and let the consciousness of body and mind lighten up.
For the 55 plus, there is gracefulness in motion chi kung. This is a combination of postures and soft movements that bring mindfulnessness and grounding to the distribution of chi throughout the body.
For those who are enrolled in either of these there is also the community chi Kung that serves to open up issues of energy management at the community and environmental levels.
www.Bowencommunityrecreation.com or 604-947-2216 for details.