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Qigong for Health & Vitality

Whether you're looking for a personal or group mind-body practice,
Qigong is adaptable and accessible for all! 


For Current Classes - see the "Qigong and Meditation Classes" link below

Breath Workshop Recording

Learn several simple breath techniques and their benefits for immune heath and lung resiliency.


Other Video Recordings

For those seeking some guidance and review for their personal, at-home practice, I have created some video recordings:

  • Gratitude Practice (Qigong and Meditation) November 2020

  • Bird Qigong Frolics and Crane Form

  • Tiger and Bear Qigong Frolics

  • Deer and Monkey Qigong Frolics

  • Tai Chi Easy Form

  • Monday Morning Qigong November 2021

Note:  These are not professional recordings, but merely my humble attempt to provide you with some useful resources for your personal use. Email me if you wish to receive all or any of these recordings.

Suggested minimum donation is $10 each, or the value you believe they will have to your well-being.

Payment Options:


Or mail your check to:

Sandy Salvo :: 7521 Oak Circle Dr, Middleton, Wisconsin, 53562

Please contact me if you are interested in virtual classes or trainings in Qigong, Tai Chi, Leadership or Contemplative Practices. Let's stay healthy and connected!


What is Qigong?

Qigong is a mind-body practice based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and literally means, "to play with or cultivate your energy".  

Ring the Gong Karen Sandy.jpg

I have been a student of Sandy’s at Harbor for the past few years and have always loved her Qigong classes.  They help keep me centered.


As the President of the Zonta Club of Madison, it was my task to provide Leadership Training for my Board and Committee Chairs. Like many professional women’s organizations, these volunteers are often stretched to their limits as they try to do too much.


Sandy was my surprise finale guest who provided a Taste of Qigong to remind these dedicated leaders that Self Care is Health Care, and they need to keep their lives in balance if they want to continue to give back to their community. Sandy exudes this principle and was able to provide a calm and serene ending to our training event.

Kathi Vos 

President, Zonta Club of Madison

Empowering Women Through Service and Advocacy  

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