Shibashi Qigong

Monday, 18 January 2021 10:30am to 11:30am



Accessibility features

  • Access for Wheelchair Users Access for Wheelchair Users
  • Audio Description
  • BSL Interpreter/ BSL Event
  • Clear communication
  • Dementia Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Hidden Disabilities Awareness
  • PA/Carer Free Entry
  • Visual Impairment Awareness

Shibashi simply means 18 form,
which means there are 18
movements to the initial set, one that
can be taught over a short period of
time and there is certainly weight to
this practice with over 8 million
people said to be participating in it.
Many of the movements are designed
to start hitting the alpha brainwave
state lifting your mood, reducing
depression and easing anxiety.
Popular in rehabilitation, with body
therapists and those suffering
burnout and fatigue. It will carry
those who practice it regularly in
good stead in a demanding, frenetic
world. Its gentle movements are
accessible to everyone and its health
benefits are certainly as appealing as
its energetic benefits.

Said to delay the ageing process and
its age-related diseases,
strengthening the heart, lungs and
kidneys and their related functions.
It increases weight loss, aids
digestion, strengthens ligaments and
tendons. It improves circulation,
reducing anxiety, lowering blood
pressure and calms the mind.

The series of gentle rocking
movements that make up the form
offer the organs a massage while
really optimizing our bodies vascular
systems. Only taking a short amount
of daily practice to reap the health
benefits, it is little wonder that so
many are turning to Shibashi Qigong.
Shibashi has proven itself to be
restorative post trauma and physical
ailments and is a nourishing,
accessible and beautiful form. It
cultivates and replenishes energy and
importantly boosts the immune

To book your place for this online session please email or call 0300 111 9000 and a link will be sent to you.

If you require any of the accessibility features stated above please discuss these when you book and we will do what we can to make sure they are in place – please be aware we may not be able to arrange some things at short notice, such as a BSL Interpreter.