Qi Gong Teacher & Practitioner
As of 2020, Pam MacDonald has a combined 6 years of Qigong Practice. She has 4 years as a practitioner and she is now going into her third year as a Qigong Practice Leader.
Her first exposure to Qigong was in the last century during her acting days. For 2 years Pam studied voice and breath “control” for the actor. This method of “control” was based on Qigong breathing. This study was, in actuality, teaching her to control her Qi (Chi). Pam’s next exposure occurred in this Century! Her non-English speaking Tai Chi instructor was born and raised in China. However, the first 20 minutes were, what her instructor (in very heavily accented English) called “We warm up now!” This, in fact, was Qigong.
Today Pam is a Certified Practice Leader with accreditation from the Institute for Integral Tai Chi and Qigong (IIQTC). Seeing a need for community and a solution for a meeting place, Pam created It’s About The Qi as an ongoing web-based group Qigong Practice. Pam hopes to reach those who, for whatever reason, cannot join a physical group. And do remember, a standing Qigong is best practiced first thing in the morning or a half hour or so prior to retiring for the night.
Mindfulness and the Tao
“Empty yourself of everything. Let the mind become still. The ten thousand things rise and fall… while the Self watches their return. They grow and flourish, and then return to their source. Returning to their source is stillness, which is the way of nature.”
Tao Te Ching, verse 16
Ready to Make a Change?
For only $20 a month you will receive a new Standing Qigong Practice twice each week. Membership also includes supplemental videos to assist and enhance your understanding of Qigong and its practice.
Qigong supports the body’s natural tendency to return to balance, and gently, yet profoundly, encourages mental & physical strength training.
Come join us and start your Qigong journey today!