QIGONG CLASSES – TRY A WEEK FREE

Register to try a week of beginner classes
Classes are online for now, click here for our full covid-safety plan

  • Learn the traditional wellness system of the Shaolin temple
  • The Sydney school is Chinatown’s oldest school and the headquarters of Lohan Qigong in 17 countries
  • All instructors have 10-30 years’ experience teaching locally, nationally & internationally
  • Start any time regardless of your age, experience or fitness level
  • Classes available on mornings, nights and weekends

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    Lohan Qigong is the ancient Chinese health exercise and meditation wellness program with roots from the Buddhist and Daoist traditions. Regulated breathing (Qi) and gentle movements (Gong) combine to rejuvenate the body.

     

    Benefits of our qigong program include:

    • Stretch and strengthen your muscles, tendons and internal organs
    • Calm your mind and attain a meditative state
    • Regulate your breathing & meridians and increase circulation
    • Improve your coordination and balance

    WHAT CLASSES ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE FREE TRIAL?

    Mon+Tue+Thu 6-7pm
    Sat 9-10am
    General Class

    • Learn basic Qigong breathing, San Jiao, walking and massage exercises
    • Introduction to the Sup Baat Lohan (18 Lohan) form, which strengthens and tones the joints, sinews and muscular-skeletal system
    • For more information, click here see the full program

    Wed mornings
    7:30-8:00am
    Morning Class

    • Learn basic Qigong breathing, San Jiao and massage exercises
    • Introduction to the Sup Baat Lohan (18 Lohan) form, which strengthens and tones the joints, sinews and muscular-skeletal system
    • For more information, click here see the full program

    Wed mornings
    10:00am-11:00am
    Self Care & Wellbeing

    • This class presents the Lohan Qigong basics at a slower pace, suitable for all ages/levels but will be easier for older students and those with reduced mobility
    • The class includes a range of standing and sitting training giving you exercises for your own home training
    • For more information, click here see the full program

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    Are classes online or in person?

    In line with the NSW reopening, classes will commence at the school from 11th Oct 2021 for students with proof of double vaccination and masks. To maximise student accessibility, some classes will remain online for now, we will revisit this as the reopening develops. Click here for full details.

    Which classes can I attend?

    You can attend any or all of the General classes on Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday and either of the Wednesday morning classes. The free trial runs over a 7 day period and begins on the day you attend your first class, ie. up to 5 free classes.

    What happens after the trial?

    We hope you enjoy your trial. To continue your study with us you can get a pass here.

    How much do the classes cost?

    There are a number of pass packages to choose from and the more classes you attend the more you save. Click here to see the passes.

    Do I need to be a particular age/fitness level?

    Definitely not! The Lohan Qigong system covers well-being at all stages of a person’s life. Our classes are also designed to allow students to learn according to their abilities. If you have any medical conditions or injuries, the instructor will advise further; just provide more info in the comments field when registering for your trial.

    Do I need to have any prior experience in qigong, or a similar exercise before starting?

    Definitely not! The classes available for trial do not require any previous training or experience. Learning something new is always a challenge but with our easy to follow exercises you will be feeling great in no time.

    How is Lohan Qigong different to Tai Chi?

    Lohan Qigong is a health system, natural therapy, incorporating Traditional Chinese Medicine with Buddhist, Confucius and Taoist principles. Tai Chi is a system of qigong that includes the combative side of martial arts as well.

    Can I train if I have an injury/chronic illness?

    There are a lot of modifications your instructor can make to the exercises to suit your needs but we’ll need to advise on a case-by-case basis. If you provide details in the comments field in the registration form above, an instructor will be in touch.