Instructor: James Saper
3 weeks, Wednesdays, February 21st, 28th, and March 6th, 7:30-9:00pm
In this three-part workshop we’ll explore using Qigong as a tool for creativity. This Chinese tradition combines movement and meditation, like Tai Chi, but is easier to learn and practice.
Creativity itself is not something we can directly influence. But making ourselves more receptive to creativity and more attuned to inspiration are both areas we can explore and improve. In this workshop we’ll look at the overlap between Qigong and the creative process.
You’ll come away with ideas to fine-tune your senses and quiet your inner critic as well a series of Qigong postures for regular self-practice.
Wear clothing comfortable for movement and (optionally) bring a pair of indoor shoes.