The integration of Gentle Yoga and Qigong will support you in your healing and journey towards optimal health of mind, body and heart. You will learn breathing exercises and movements from both ancient mind/body practices that will help you to deal with stress, anxiety, difficult emotions, health issues, chronic pain and trauma. I have found deep healing and transformation with both Qigong and Yoga and lead Teacher Training Programs, classes and workshops that will support and empower you on all levels. I look forward to meeting and practicing with you!!!
Qigong Infused Yoga Teacher Training Program with Dr. Roger Jahnke and Lynne Nicole begins Sunday January 24th, 2021!
Lynne Nicole Smith, Creator of Qigong Infused Yoga DVD and Teacher Training Programs
Dr. Roger Jahnke, Founder of the Institute of Integral Qigong and T’ai Chi, Author of “The Healing Promise of Qi” and “The Healer Within”
Are you a Yoga Instructor who wants to integrate Qigong into your Yoga classes?
Are you a therapist, life coach, social worker or professional interested in teaching clients, students, patients ways of releasing anxiety while improving their health on all levels?
This training is open to all professionals who want to learn powerful tools from Qigong and Yoga to help assist those you work with?
*The combination of Gentle Yoga and Qigong is easy to follow and to teach. It is an incredibly tranquil and calming practice with a variety of different breathing and movement exercises that will bring you and the people you share it with tools to manage stress and anxiety with skill.
Are you looking for more healing, health and vitality in your life?
“Qigong Infused Yoga is an excellent practice that offers an integral approach to healing the mind, body and heart. It is a beautiful integration and fusion of the spiritual and health systems of China. Lynne Nicole is a fantastic, talented and experienced teacher. I highly recommend Qigong Infused Yoga as a gentle, profound and effective pathway to access deep healing and peace.”
-Dr Roger Jahnke, O.M.D.
Author of “The Healer Within” and “The Healing Promise of Qi”
This ten week Online Qigong Infused Yoga Teacher Training Program will include the following elements.
*Breathing Exercises from Qigong and Yoga that help to induce the relaxation response
*Gentle-Warm-Ups from both Yoga and Qigong
*Active Breath-work with movement to Release Anxiety and Build Energy in The Body
*Various Qigong movements
*Tapping, Shaking Like a Tree and Self-Acupressure
Zoom Online Training will run every Sunday evening from 6-8pm beginning January 24th, 2021.
Included in training:
Qigong Infused Yoga DVD(mailed to you)
Course Packet including outline of Qigong Infused Yoga Practice(pdf)
Qigong Infused Yoga Music Playlist
Qigong Infused Yoga Certificate upon completion of training. 2-makeup classes offered at end of program on a mutually agreed date to accomodate potential classes that are missed. Please do not miss more than 2 evenings.
Cost: $650 Total
TO REGISTER, CLICK THE LINK BELOW
Take unlimited Qigong and Qigong Infused Yoga classes every month.
Qigong-Fridays 9:30am and Sundays 11:00am
Qigong Infused Yoga-Tuesdays 4:00 pm
SIGN UP FOR JUST ONE CLASS AND YOU ARE AUTOMATICALLY ENROLLED FOR UNLIMITED CLASSES FOR THE WHOLE MONTH.
Finding Lynne Nicole’s yoga class has been a godsend for me. I literally feel it has changed my life. At the age of 61, I feel I was returned to my body—the body that I picked apart and criticized as a young woman, and then abused for decades with academic and office work. Or rather, my body was returned to me; for the first time since I can remember, I enjoy and love my body, my whole body and, with it, myself.Sky Arnt Briggs – Amherst, Massachusetts
Of particular importance for me have been her emphasis on breath, her integration of movement into yoga and her willingness to have students move at their own pace. Because I tend to breathe quite slowly, in most other yoga classes I find myself rushing to keep up with the pace… and thus unable to enter the poses as deeply as I’d like. Only recently, Lynne put a name on the practice that makes me the happiest: moving meditation, riding in the breath like a stream.
Sky Arnt Briggs – Amherst, Massachusetts
Lynne is an amazing yoga teacher. Her classes bring together the mind, body, and spirit in a gentle way. She teaches with great sensitivity and knowledge about how the practice of yoga can improve the quality of one’s life. She incorporates various exercises that focus on breathing to calm the mind and relieve tension in the body, and postures to improve flexibility, balance, and strength, and that also promote health. I have a stressful job and look forward to the peacefulness I always come away with from her classes. During the rest of the week I use the techniques Lynne has taught us, especially the ones on “letting go” of worry and tension, and find this to be very helpful. Those of us “regulars” in her class are grateful we have such a fine teacher.Marie Phillips, Amherst, Ma
It is with great enthusiasm that I write this testimonial for Lynne. I have taken Yoga and Qigong classes with Lynne for almost five years now. She is a skilled and compassionate teacher and I have especially appreciated her instruction in Tai Chi Easy. It has never been easy for me to remember movement sequences, but Lynne’s patience and skill in teaching this form has enabled me to internalize this beautiful and powerful form and incorporate it in my daily practice. The knowledge of the form is now in my bones, and the vision of Lynne teaching it to us with her gentle grace and soothing voice continues to serve as an inspiration each time I practice it. What an incredible gift this has been!Jane Markanian – Amherst, Massachusetts
Lynne imbues her classes with healing acceptance, grace and beauty—from the movements she models, to the music she plays and the words she speaks. It is clear that she herself has gone very deeply into issues of self-love and self-healing. Out of this, she enables her students to find calm, and approach whatever physical, mental and emotional state they find themselves in with mindful acceptance. She gently reminds us that we are part of nature and the changing year. Like Lao Tse, she shows us how to greet our own, all too human fallibilities with a laughing shake of the head.
Sky Arnt Briggs – Amherst, Massachusetts