Qi Gong

You know that exercise, meditation, stretching, and deep breathing every day are key to better health, yet do you have the time to do all of them daily?

That is what you will learn to do simultaneously by attending Qi gong class weekly. The ancient wisdom of the Qi gong practice will improve your endurance, flexibility, tone, and balance while teaching you to quiet your mind and relax completely.

Well over 500 studies since 2015 have shown that practicing Qi gong just two hours a week decreases fall risks, increases pain from osteoarthritis, improves mood and decreases blood pressure.

This gentle exercise could be the perfect activity for the rest of your life. No experience or particular fitness level is necessary. Come as you are, and leave feeling better.

  • Your first class is free, with $15 per 1-hour session after.
  • Join us any Thursday at 9:30 am
  • in the Vestry, 47 Main street in Hancock, NH
  • Drop-ins are welcome.


Breathe. Move. Imagine.

 Qi Gong Classes

Thursdays 9:30 am
The Vestry, 47 Main Street, Hancock, NH

Pronounced 'Chi Gung," Qigong practice coordinates slow-flowing movement, deep rhythmic breathing, and a calm meditative state of mind. Practiced by millions worldwide, qigong is gaining popularity in New England. It is practiced throughout China and worldwide for recreation, exercise, relaxation, preventive medicine, self-healing, meditation, self-cultivation, and training for martial arts.

You probably don't have time to stretch, strength train, meditate, and relax in your busy schedule. Qi gong is uniquely designed to bring all of those practices together.

Join us and feel the difference.

• Ease pain

• Tone and build strength

• Improve flexibility

• Improve balance

• Reduce stress and anxiety

$15.00 per class. $10 if you see me for acupuncture

No experience is needed. Wear comfortable clothes appropriate for the weather—small class size, physically distant.

Parking in front of the Vestry or across the street at the Hancock Town Hall

Questions: 603  289  1989


Amy began treating me with acupuncture and herbs for various pain-related conditions associated with an active but aging body. When she sensed I was ready, she began teaching me Qi gong, a very accessible integration of movement, purposeful breathing, and imagination that does wonders for the body and the mind – and will keep me going for decades.

Thank you, Amy!                                                                                   Rick S., 69