Qi Gong meditation with movement and stillness with Peter

What’s on offer?

Healthy Energy is celebrating the launch of their Qi Gong practise by offering complimentary meditation classes between Jan 14-21.


490 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley, 3150



Qi Gong is essentially a term used to describe any practices that are designed to cultivate the ‘three treasures’: vitality, energy, and spirit.

In ancient Daoist forms of Chinese Medicine, Qi Gong usually involved slow, rhythmic movements (such as in Tai Ji Chuan) that incorporate breath-work and mindfulness, or they could involve keeping the body still whilst moving energy internally (also referred to as Nei Gong).

By combining breathing, muscle movements, stretches and postures, you are then able to bring the whole complex of the self into harmony, allowing the Qi to flow freely through the channel network, and nurture the internal organ systems. When your respiration and physiology function harmoniously, your emotional state becomes balanced, and your mind is able to attend to tasks with clarity and purpose, thus increasing personal performance.

Do yourself a favour and learn how to rediscover yourself through our Qi Gong meditation classes hosted by Peter.

Who is Peter?
Peter is a registered Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbal Medicine practitioner, graduating from the Southern School of Natural Therapies where he also lectures in Chinese Medicine.

He is also a keen practitioner and teacher of Daoist Tai Ji & Qi Gong, which he has been practicing for 15 years.

Available classes
Wednesday 14/01/2015 – 6:30pm-7:30pm

Wednesday 21/01/2015 – 6:30pm-7:30pm

*All classes are held at the Healthy Energy HQ, 490 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley 3150.

How to book?
Email ashleigh@healthyenergy.net.au and secure your spot. Limited space available.


Just bring yourself and enjoy!

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490 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley, VIC, 3150

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