Qigong, Tai Chi & Meditation Classes
Spread the Word: Qigong Activates our Healer Within!
Bring A Friend – Practice for Free!
There is no doubt in my mind that your invitations to friends and family members is THE absolute best means of spreading the word about the healing power of Qigong!
Without someone who has personally experienced the effects of these practices bearing witness to another, most people simply don’t understand what Qigong is or how it can make them feel.
Please consider who in your circle might benefit from Qigong and invite them to try a class for free. Each time you bring a new person to class, you can practice for free, too!
Weekly Qigong classes are Mondays, 9am CT.
"If you ever wonder what's the big deal about mindfulness, you might remember this...Mindfulness (or vipassana meditation) is the technology for shifting from being ensnarled in suffering to being curious about it." ~ Ruth King
Intro to Mindfulness Meditation
5 Weeks: Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29 and Feb. 5, 2024
Middleton Senior Center (7448 Hubbard Ave)
Learning to live with awareness and acceptance of what is happening around and within us can free us from unnecessary worry, anxiety, and stress which adversely affects our mental and physical health. Mindfulness meditation gives us tools for living life with purpose and joy.
Meeting weekly for 90 minutes in a small group, we will explore the foundations and benefits of mindfulness meditation, focusing on learning through experience and self-reflection. Students will be provided with an electronic workbook to print and will be encouraged to practice various forms of mindfulness at home between sessions.
No experience is necessary, but a curious mindset is key!
Register through Middleton Recreation Department
Register early - class size will be limited.
Questions? Contact Sandy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ongoing Qigong Classes
Mondays, 9-9:45 AM Central Time
No experience necessary. All ability levels welcome.
Your first class is a free trial.
No Class Nov. 20, Dec. 25
Wednesdays, 8:30-9:15 AM
Marshall Park Boathouse, weather permitting
Outdoor classes will resume in April 2024.
Fees and Registration
One-time drop in: $12/class
Class-Pass Bundle of 6: $54 ($9/class)
Class-Pass Bundle of 10: $80 ($8/class)
Class-Pass Bundle of 15: $102 (6.80/class)
*These rates apply to weekly online Zoom classes (Mondays, 9am) and weekly outdoor classes April-November (Wednesdays, 8:30am). Feel free to mix ‘n match as your schedule allows.
I am committed to offering access to the healing power of Qigong to all who seek to practice with us. Please don’t let financial hardship get in the way of your health. Simply email me.
Email me and simply indicate your interests.
Or mail check to:
Sandy Salvo :: 7521 Oak Circle Dr, Middleton, Wisconsin, 53562
Try Coming Home to the Heart Qigong! (Click the music icon in the lower right corner for sound)
This is a great class! It's flowing, gentle standing movements loosen up my spine and shoulders, improve my balance and relax my mind! It's easy to follow and provides ample opportunity to experience the changes in energy flow, while at the same time providing concrete physical benefits.
As a physical therapist, I highly recommend it for anyone looking for increased flexibility, mindfulness, balance and energy flow. Sandy is a wonderful instructor, providing just the right amount of variation so each class is a bit different but also familiar enough to allow us to learn the moves we enjoy. It is easy to work around individual physical limitations, or areas that are healing, while still experiencing the benefits!
Karen Kohls, Middleton, WI
I’m a long-time regular at Harbor Athletic Club. I’ve recently added Qigong to my regimen and just love it. Not only do I feel stretched and warmed up for the Pilates class that follows, but for the rest of my day I find my mind calmed and focused. It is for me a form of moving meditation that really makes Wednesday's special.
There is no form, routine or pattern to memorize . I just follow Sandy’s instructions and movements, letting them stretch my muscles, soothe my chattering brain and relax and focus me for the day. It is also very adaptable if you have any disability. I highly recommend giving Qigong a try.
Kathy Massoth, Middleton, WI