Western life today often means sitting at a desk, in front of a computer or TV or behind the wheel of a vehicle where we lose contact with the earth and nature. In addition, with the often fast pace and stress of modern life the body tends to become out of balance, tight, rigid and lacking strength in the important core muscles.

It is suggested that you regularly should be taking time out to become grounded in nature such as walking bare foot on a beach or walking in the rain forest. Yoga Chi Gung practice similarly harnesses the power of the natural energy. By incorporating visualisation techniques and exercises with nature in mind and natural breathing you can improve your wellbeing.

In a Yoga Chi Gung practice we can stretch away the stress, flow and flex like a river harnessing the power of nature and the energy or chi within us. In connecting to the breath in postures, flows and meditation the practice helps the development of a healthy body and mind.

With practice you will gradually find your essence as your subtle energy unfolds and you will dissolve stress and achieve balance with a healing natural life force. Postures like turtle squats and stretches and tree pose will build core strength and balance the masculine (yang) and feminine (yin) energies.

Half day retreats in Mapleton start with a rain forest walk at 9:00 am with a Yoga Chi Gung practice at 10:15 am most Fridays each week.

Contact Tony on MS 0419791860 for more information.

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