Monday, January 18, 2021

may, 2018

19mayalldayQigong for Health and Longevity


Event Details

Renowned Qi Gong Master Lee Holden, Qi Gong master for more than 30 years and regularly featured on PBS, will lead an all-levels Qi Gong workshop to help participants energize their bodies, calm their minds and lift their spirits.

The daylong workshop, open to new and continuing practitioners, will include gentle and mindful movements and stretches, breathing exercises, discussions and guided meditations in order to tap into one’s “Qi” or vitality. Participants will learn to:

  • Transform stress into vitality
  • Understand the true cause of aging from an energy healing perspective
  • Boost internal energy
  • Discover the five essential flowing exercises for health and longevity

The fee is $179 and pre-registration is required to secure a spot, as space is limited. To register or for more information, visit and select the May 19 event at the bottom of the page

The workshop will take place Saturday, May 19 from 9:30am to 5:30pm at the Holladay City Municipal Center; 4580 South 2300 East in

Questions: contact Melissa Faber at or call 844-4QIGONG, ex 703.


All Day (Saturday)


Holladay City Municipal Center

4580 South 2300 East Holladay, UT

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