Nourishing Woman: A Qigong Series with Polly Maliongas
Qigong master teacher Polly Maliongas has been a member of The Wellspring School’s faculty for a while. This winter, she is bringing an additional, independently organized class series to our space here in Northeast Portland. Read on for more details, visit her website, or download her flyer here. To sign up, email Polly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 503-734-6743.
Nourishing Woman Qigong
A 5-week class series (Thursday evenings)
Jan. 16 & 30, Feb. 13 & 27, Mar. 13, 2014
6:30 – 8:00 pm
$90 for the series or $20 drop-in per class
Join us for this restorative, self-healing method for all phases of a woman’s life This powerful form of sitting meditation, utilizes visualization, breathwork, and mantras to nourish the female body. During the form, the practitioner gathers the supreme yang Qi of the sun and the supreme yin Qi of the moon. The two combine and create a complete healing energy that nourishes a woman’s yin and yang energy. This form is especially effective with cases of infertility, pregnancy, childbirth, gynecological disorders, and menopause.
About Polly Maliongas
Polly brings over 15 years of energy healing studies to her practice and classes at the Wellspring School. She graduated from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in 2006 and continues her connection with the school and students, providing teaching assistance in their 2nd year Qigong classes. Polly’s path into Chinese medicine and Qigong began with a desire for personal change and an innate feeling that there was a different way to live her life. She began to explore the different moving arts and her passion awakened for the philosophy and movements of Qigong. By developing a relationship with Chinese medicine and Qigong, she feels we can experience a deep healing, acquire valuable tools for self-discovery, transform emotions, and manage stress.
Polly continues to deepen her studies with Dr. Liu Dong and Master Liu He of the Ling Gui International Healing Qigong School, where she also holds the role of school administrator. In her private practice, Polly provides healing sessions incorporating principles of Traditional Chinese and Taoist medicine including Acupuncture and Qigong TuiNa.