Health QiGong Sessions
The United States Health QiGong Association (USHQA) and Master Mei Jin Lu, School of Eastern Philosophy, are hosting a weekend seminar series featuring Master Lu, one of China’s most renowned QiGong masters. She was head coach for the 2009 Olympic ceremony QiGong performance in Tiananmen Square with two thousand people performing in unison. Tai Chi Fan classes will be held June 11 and 12, and the evenings of June 14 and 17. QiGong classes will be held June 18 and 19, June 25 and 26, and July 9 and 10. Classes will be held at the Ramada East Hanover and the St. Francis Center in Denville. Both beginners and advanced students are welcome. High school and college students are half price. For more information, call 973-887-2255 or email Info@ushqa.com.
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