Please email for further information or to book initial consultation. Sessions take place in Greenpoint, Brooklyn and Inwood Movement, Manhattan.
Qigong Classes 2019
Wednesdays and Fridays
Beginning January 9 at Inwood Movement in Manhattan.
Tai chi/Qigong Class (Long form, Yang style)
Wednesday at 10:30, Inwood Movement, register for this class.
Friday at 10:30, Inwood Movement, register for this class.
Healing Qigong Class
Wednesday at 12:15, Inwood Movement, register for this class.
Friday at 12:15, Inwood Movement, register for this class.
Drop in classes are possible for healing qigong classes.
Please for more information.
Two Series Discount: To receive a code for the discount, Email your name and which two series you will attend.
Jade Maiden Qigong Workshop
Saturday, February 23, 2019
12:30 to 3:30
5030 Broadway, Suite 613, New York, NY 10034
Click here to register.
A series of images depicting a feminine figure with flowing silk and unbound feet was discovered behind a crumbling false wall at White Cloud Monastery in China. This is an ancient practice based on the 500-year-old drawings and writings.
We will work with fluid, relaxed qigong movements.
This class welcomes all genders.
Alicia Fox has studied qigong, taiji (Classical Yang style long form), tai yin Jade Maiden qigong, and double dragon sword form and Tai chi sword with Sat Chuen Hon for many years. Mr. Hon is a Taoist, Chinese Medicine practitioner, qi gong master and author of Taoist Qi Gong for Health and Vitality (Shambhala Publications). Mr. Hon has asked Ms. Fox to carry on this Taoist healing tradition to help benefit others. She is teaching assistant for Master Hon at the Institute of Traditional Medicine in Toronto, Canada and at the Dan Tao Center in NYC. She is a certified Medical Qigong Therapist.
Ms. Fox received her MFA in painting from Yale University in 1997. Her studio practice, writing as well as her study of dance and movement have been woven together over many years into a rich exploration and inner search. She is a published poet and edited Sat Hon's writings on Qigong and Taoist stories for publication.