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What should I wear to class?
Movements are simple enough, but it’s always great to be comfortable in clothes you can move freely in. Ultimately, you should feel comfy, so whatever that means for you.
Should I bring anything with me?
Just yourself and maybe water – especially if you’re coming to a class in the Salt Cave. For any Salt Cave classes/workshops it’s important to hydrate 2 hours before class begins.
What if I don’t know anything about Qigong?
Not a problem! Come as you are, all levels of experience are welcome, even if you’re not sure how to pronounce Qigong, we’ll teach you.
I have a health condition, can I still practice Qigong?
Yes! The beauty of the practice is it’s accessible to all. If you’re still not sure or have a specific question relating to an illness or condition, please don’t hesitate to contact us, we’re happy to discuss any concerns you may have.
What does Qigong mean?
‘Qi’ = vital energy
‘Gong’ = work
How is Qigong different from Tai Chi?
Tai Chi is traditionally a martial art. Qigong is specifically aimed at improving health and wellness and cultivating energy. At OLS our practice is geared towards the traditional Qigong teachings and not the movements associated with Tai Chi.
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