Qigong – Twelve Rivers


Currently on hold due to Covid lockdown. Get in touch with us on facility@rclc.org.au if you’d like to know when this group gets going again. 

Qigong – An Introductory Course –  Returning for Term 3 2021

When: 3 sessions remaining on Thursday 12th, 19th and 26th of August

Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm.

Where: Burnley Backyard (49 Tudor St, Richmond 3121)

Cost: $30 for the remaining 3 classes.

*We’re welcoming back our Qigong class after suspension due to Covid-19. Join us for the remaining 4 classes on Thursday evenings. First-timers and experienced practioners welcome!*

About the class:

Qigong is an ancient movement art with the key aim of increasing qi or life force energy in your body. Qigong combines breath, mindfulness and flowing postures to balance, harmonise and heal the body and mind.

This evening course is called Twelve Rivers.

The Twelve Rivers Course works inside and out by strengthening the internal organs and balancing the body.

During the course we will practice one exercise for each of the 12 Organ meridians and tap into and balance out the different associated emotions.

Build energy for day to day stamina
Build emotional resilience to face life’s obstacles and release unnecessary emotions
Build lifelong physical strength


What do I wear?

These classes are accessible to everyone.  Wear clothes that make you feel comfortable.


What do I need to bring to yoga?

A yoga mat.


About the teacher:

Emma is an experienced teacher of over 16 years with the drive to inspire and educate others in the transformative benefits of Qigong.

Emma has taught dance, movement and physical education to school aged children over many years as well as creating and presenting educational content across learning areas such as Social and Emotional Learning and Spiritual Development.

As a lifelong learner Emma’s exploration of fitness, self care and movement brought her to the life enhancing practice of Qigong. This moving meditation has brought Emma restful sleep, energy filled days and sharp focus. She has become more relaxed and balanced in her breath, mind and body. Using her Qigong Instructor Certification from the Long White Cloud academy Emma is committed to increasing awareness of the effects and life-altering benefits of the ancient wisdom of Qigong. She aspires to help those of us who feel overworked, burnt out and time poor to disconnect from modern pressures and find balance within.



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