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Qigong Classes Available Online

Mark Frighetti, who typically teaches ZY qigong at the Healing Arts Qigong Center, in Tucson, is currently offering these classes online, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. every Thursday, and 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Friday. Grand Master Mingtang Xu, the lineage holder of Zhong Yuan Qigong, has created this online meditation, and has received many thanks from people around the world that have or have had the coronavirus.
“The most powerful way to take control of our own health is by doing qigong,” says Frighetti. “My teacher developed the Ming/Hua mantra to help us strengthen our lungs, connect to a powerful flow of energy, compassion, joy, love and an inner quiet. I have been leading the mantra online since March and it has been well received.”
Qigong has been around for over 5,000 years and only recently have we begun to understand the importance of these ancient practices. Qigong moves energy into a unified state with the physical body. In these times, building our immune system, calming anxiety and improving our health is our highest priority.

For more information, call 520-404-8745, email [email protected] or visit
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