Qi Gong – August 18th
Registration closes the day before each class.
Come relieve stress and increase your metabolism, flexibility and strength. Qi Gong (pronounced chee-gong) is an ancient Chinese exercise and healing technique. The exercises include simple, slow movements (which mimic nature), meditation and focused breathing — similar to Tai Chi.
Each class is limited to 15. Classes will be led by Roxanne Cumberland.
- Wednesday, 10:00-11:00 am
- Fee is $10 per class for MBG members; $15 per class for nonmembers (includes full Garden admission).
- Designed for adults of any age and level of ability.
- Class will be held INSIDE.
- Participants will be spaced for social distancing.
- Wear sneakers or comfortable shoes and bring a beach towel or yoga mat and water.
- Chairs will be available.
- Meet at the front entrance; instructor will take the group through the Garden to the Exhibit Hall.
The benefits of Qi Gong:
Focused attention on the breath enhances functionality in the body and the mind allowing the participant to have more awareness and control over the Qi which is defined as ‘life force’ or energy.”
A Qi Gong class includes the following elements:
- Activate Qi
- Flow (take in positive energy, slow and relaxing)
About Roxanne Cumberland:
Roxanne has studied Qi Gong for the past 10 years and holds a certification to teach through Holden Qi Gong. She is a retired Palm Beach County public school teacher and the current President of the Rare Fruit Council of Palm Beach County.
- Mounts Botanical Garden (MBG) follows all recommended policies issued by Palm Beach County, the Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County, and the CDC to ensure the health and safety of our guests, staff and volunteers.
- Effective August 2, 2021, face masks are required for ALL people (regardless of vaccination status) working or visiting Palm Beach County buildings, which include all the buildings on our campus.
- Heightened sanitization protocols have been implemented to protect employees and visitors, including increased frequency of sanitization efforts for high-touch areas, hand sanitizer stations in every building, and postings of relevant COVID-related safety signage.