The Qigong Connection is a non-profit organization whose mission is: To educate and support the community in the healing and wellness benefits of Qigong. We ascribe to build awareness of and connect to other energy based modalities while deepening our connection as a community to universal healing energies of love for the highest good of all.
Everyone is welcome!
Interested in becoming a Board Member? Here is some information: Recruiting Board Members_Qigong Connection.docx
9:00 Greetings: Mary
9:05 - 9:30 Qigong Movements led by Rob Muir
9:30 - 10:10 Qigong Meditation led by Barb Palmer and Group Healing Meditation led by Julie Johnson
10:25 Healing Stories/Techniques led by Mary Zelmer
10:45 Introduction of guest speaker
11:45 Wrap up and Grounding
SummaryThe simple joy of eating delicious, nutritious food is one great reason to eat fresh and local foods. Buying and eating fresh locally-grown, chemical-free food not only creates optimum health for ourselves and our families but is also the best proactive investment we can make in the economic, social and environmental health of our communities and our planet. We each have daily opportunities to impact our health, our earth and our world in how we eat and spend our food dollars. This interactive presentation will inspire you to easily lean into buying and enjoying fresh local food for less money and effort than you imagine. We truly can be the healthy changes that we want to see in the world.
Committed to personal, community and planetary health, Loris Sofia Gregory is a healthy home and kitchen coach with 25+ years experience as a community educator, researcher and writer. Loris has offered fresh and local food demos, cooking and coaching classes for the past 10 years at Valley Natural Foods in Burnsville, as well as at other local food co-ops, school districts and community venues. She has interviewed and wrote about local farmers, producers and food artisans for Valley Natural Food’s website and their award-winning publication, This is Living Naturally. Based in Apple Valley, Loris was a founding collaborator of the intergenerational community permaculture garden at the School of Environmental Studies and Homegrown Sounth, an initiative that promoted healthy local food, gardeners and farmers in the south metro Twin Cities.Loris also completed five levels of Spring Forest Qigong as well as other healing modalities. Loris offers complimentary 30-minute health coaching sessions. 952-431-5586
Mark your calendars! Meetings are normally the third Saturday of the month!
Special Note: Hosting various speakers at scheduled events does not imply endorsement of, affiliations with, or involvement in the material presented or clinical techniques performed during or after the presentation.