The work of teaching members of the Savannah Qigong Collaborative is primarily community based. Occasionally, SQC teachers present special workshops, or invite Qigong masters from a variety of schools to present workshops. These events typically require pre-registration and payment of a fee. Details about upcoming and past events appear below.
UPCOMING EVENTS IN 2020
THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL JUNE 13-14
Click here to download the Robin Murphy Workshop Information and Registration form (2 pages)
April 24, 25, 26 (as of March 15, this workshop is still greenlit)
May 1-2 (this date is tentative and subject to change)
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 3 West Ridge Rd., Savannah
We are pleased to announce Taiji/Qigong workshops with master teacher Bina Bou, the founder of Lifestyle Balance studio in Phoenix, AZ. Bina is senior IIQTC teacher of Qigong and Tai Chi Easy (TM), as well as long form Yang style Tai Chi. You can meet Bina online at https://mindbodyfocusqi.com/
Pre-registration information (for class reservation, schedule, and fees) will be posted and publicized when available.
October 4 – 6, 2019
Clayton Crosley and Lesley Varnadore led a wellness retreat with a Qigong focus on Ossabaw Island. Click here to read an informational flyer with details.
August 22, 2019
John Munro will teach “Movement in Stillness” Qigong at St. Stephen’s Catholic Church in Hinesville, GA. E-mail facilitator Clayton Crosley for more information or to register. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
August 24-25, 2019
John Munro will come to Savannah in August for two weekend workshops! John is the founder and head teacher of the international Long White Cloud Qigong school.
April 28, 2019
Twelve Rivers Qigong with SQC teacher Clayton Crosley
Learn a set of 12 powerful Qigong health exercises for the main organ meridians of the body. The 12 Rivers exercises promote strength, balance, and overall wellness. Suitable for both beginners and more experienced Qigong students. (Afternoon)
Between Heaven and Earth Qigong with SQC teacher Clayton Crosley
Learn a set of simple Qigong exercises to activate the energy meridians of the body. These exercises promote balance, vitality, and reduce stress. Suitable for both beginners and more experienced Qigong students. (These standing practices can be adapted for participants who need to sit for part or all of the practice periods.)
For more information, contact Clayton at email@example.com 912-220-0373