Women's QiGong Workshop - The Sanctuary of Ananda
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A Tantric approach to Life Counselling and Relationship Harmony
Established in 2006

Women's Qi Gong Workshop

Discover how you can bring energy, balance and peace into your life through the science of Qigong.

Qigong is an ancient set of practices based on the theories of traditional Chinese Medicine.  These exercises have been used for centuries in China by millions of people to help promote health and longevity.   

Restoring and maintaining the natural energy flows of the body can be particularly helpful to women in dealing with symptoms arising from menstruation and menopause.  Western medicine often struggles to deal with the complex symptoms that women can have in the different stages of their lives. 

Qigong is a form of active self care, where you perform gentle exercises that nourish your Qi(energy), your blood, your organs and your body, so you can help to support your own health.  

By gently moving and cultivating Qi and blood in your body, you can create your own optimal state of health, whatever stage of life you may be in. 

This Workshop will teach you:

  • Dynamic moving Qigong to cultivate health and energy
  • How to balance the major organs of your body to find wellness and peace.
  • Exercises to help process and release any turbulent inner emotions. 
  • The relationship between Yin and Yang in your body and in your life.
  • How to restore your essence through the deep practice of Sleeping Qigong.

 People of all ages and fitness levels can benefit from the simple Qigong exercises you will learn at the seminar. 

About Simon Boylan

Simon Boylan has studied and practiced Qigong for over 15 years, including Sexual Qigong, Buddhist and Taoist Medical Qigong, and Health and Longevity Qigong. He is highly skilled in Qigong practices with lineages going back centuries to the Buddhist monks of the Shaolin Temple and Taoist priests of the Wu Dang mountains. He has graduated from Monash University with Honours in Philosophy and is well versed in Taoist and Buddhist Philosophy. He has also studied Traditional Chinese Medicine at RMIT University and holds a comprehensive understanding of the theory behind the experience of Qigong.