Spring Forest Qigong has been a part of Ann Dolence’s life for the past 12 years. Following a recommendation from their doctor, Ann and her husband Dave attended training. Ann has used Spring Forest Qigong and Qi~ssage (pronounced: chee – sahzh) everyday of her life since that first class.
Like massage, Qi~ssage involves touching and physical stimulation of the body. Qi~ssage is a wonderful way to help yourself, those you love - friends, spouse and children - to unwind, relax and renew at the end of a long day.
With opportunities to provide Qi~ssage in the workplace and events like the Women’s Health Conference, Ann gifts this relaxing and healing art to many people. The mission of Spring Forest Qigong is to provide “a healer in every family and a world without pain”. Ann is happy to bring this mission to many by teaching Qi~ssage.
In her breakout session at the Women’s Health Conference on May 18 in Fargo, Ann explains the 24 acupressure points for re-energizing and re-vitalizing ourselves.
In acupuncture needles are used to stimulate energy points in the body while Qi~ssage uses hands-on pressure. Qi~ssage acupressure addresses twenty-four main acupressure points in the body. It focuses on balancing and enhancing the flow of energy in the body by pressing these acupressure points in sequence to maintain optimal health and wellness. It is fun, powerful and feels great.
Learn more about Qi~ssage, a gentle healing art. Join us on May 18, 2015 in Fargo for the Women’s Health Conference. Register for $45 at http://www.womens-health-conference.com/ #WHCFargo