Keep Fit | Stay Flexible | Feel Fabulous at Every Age

Experience the best in Qigong classes, online and audio, in your area and at many of the local workshops and retreats we provide. Qigong; Qi (chee) Gong (gong) Qi is the lifeforce and Gong is the dedicated practice for healthy aging and long lasting vitality.

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Qigong Benefits Your Longevity, Let Me Count the Ways

Jan 23, 2017 | No Comments
Qigong Benefits Your Longevity, Let Me Count the Ways

Qigong aids anti-aging, active aging, ageless living, healthy aging, vitality and longevity with flexibility, optimum function and expanded awareness!  How? 5 Ways Qigong promotes Longevity 1. Reduces blood pressure & pulse rate 2. Builds muscle strength 3. Improves Balance 4. Aids weight loss & distribution of weight 5. Builds new neural pathways in your brain […]

What’s Age Got To Do With It? Keep Moving in 2017!

Jan 11, 2017 | No Comments
What’s Age Got To Do With It? Keep Moving in 2017!

No matter the year of your birth, good health is a lifelong pursuit. It happens to become more important as the decades pass and you realize that you’re an older adult, purchasing Senior theater tickets. Maybe you’re not quite there yet, maybe you’re well passed that; it’s important to embrace your best life Now. Cultivate […]

Grateful for You!

Nov 25, 2016 | No Comments
Grateful for You!

There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and will be lost.         Martha Graham […]

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“This is feel good fitness!!  Cynthia’s teaching style engaged so many layers of my being.  I still practice workout series from our class handouts.  The visualizations and meditations were relaxing and potent, a perfect closure.  also appreciated attention to details and really enjoyed the class atmosphere, especially doing flow routines, moving in harmony felt like we were all slow dancing together.  There were moments it was transcendent.”

June R.