Liability Release:By registering for this program, I agree and understand that there are inherent risks to being in the out of doors (e.g. ticks, poison ivy, uneven terrain). I release Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve Association, Inc. (BHWP), its officers, employees, agents, and volunteers from any and all claims that may arise from my participation in this program, including but not limited to injury, illness, loss of life or property damage. I have notified the staff of any medical conditions of which they need to be aware. With my initials, I also authorize BHWP to publish, display, or use all photographs in which I appear, without limitation.
Qigong for Supporting the Body in Winter (February 07, 2024)
This program has been Cancelled. It will be rescheduled for March 13.
Qigong is a practice that works with your body’s energy to promote health and harmony. In this ten-week series, we will focus on supporting the body during the winter. In Eastern medicine, winter is the time of the water element, which relates to the kidney and bladder meridians. While these meridians will be a focus, we will work to achieve overall well-being. This is an all levels class, open to beginners.
Kasey Smith is an acupuncturist with Applepuncture in New Hope, PA, which utilizes acupuncture, moxibustion, acupressure, cupping, gua sha, medical qigong and herbal medicine to promote a harmonious state of being. She is a graduate of the Doctor of Acupuncture Program offered by the Won Institute of Graduate Studies in Warminster, PA, and has been instructing yoga for almost a decade. Smith especially enjoys teaching movement and meditation classes.
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