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September 2020

CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

September 23 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

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Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

September 30 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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October 2020

CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

October 7 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

October 14 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

October 21 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

October 28 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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November 2020

CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

November 4 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

November 11 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

November 18 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

November 25 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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December 2020

CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

December 2 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

December 9 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

December 16 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

December 23 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

December 30 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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January 2021

CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

January 6, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

January 13, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

January 20, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

January 27, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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February 2021

CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

February 3, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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CANCELLED: QiGong with Lauren Lau ❤️ The Meowist

February 10, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

FREE

Qigong is for any body, of any age, in any physical condition and any mental state.  The benefits of a regular qigong practice include inner focus, emotional resilience, refined body awareness, supple joints, improved health/sleep/digestion/immunity, and comprehensive integrity. The term is made up of two Chinese words: QI (or CHI) = lifeforce energy andGONG = cultivation or mastery.  It describes a broad range of Chinese exercises that connect the body and the mind.  Qigong’s applied range extends from passively seated meditation to moderate sets of no/low-impact movements to vigorous martial arts…

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