Back to Top

Current Class Schedule

Current Class Schedule

All live classes are currently offered online

Qigong Zoom classes
Monday at 4:30pm and new evening 6pm
Thursday at 4pm Join Class or
contact me for single class sign-up: wendy@agelessqigong.com

Tai Chi Zoom classes
Thursday at 5:30 pm Join Class
contact me for signing up: wendy@agelessqigong.com

Zoom Stress Reduction 
contact me for signing up: wendy@agelessqigong.com

learn more/schedule class

Qigong  (currently on hold due to COVID-19)
Thursday 4:00-5:00pm
Harro East Athletic Club
400 Andrews Street
Rochester, NY 14604

Qigong/Tai Chi sampler  (now available on Zoom)
Bi monthly 6:30-7:45pm
Rochester Brainery
176 Anderson Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607

Qigong
For classes and private lessons contact: wendy@agelessqigong.com

Tai Chi for Omega staff & participants
Omega Institute
150 Lake Drive
Rhinebeck, NY 12572
https://www.eomega.org

Class Schedule: February

Qigong Zoom: Monday@4:30 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage.

Qigong Zoom: Monday@6:00 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage. The Monday 6 PM class will incorporate more restorative and meditative practices.

Qigong Zoom: Thursday@4:00 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage.

Tai Chi Zoom: Thursday: 5:30 pm

Tai Chi is one of the best-known martial arts of the Internal styles from ancient China. Based on Qigong and martial art techniques from thousands of years ago, Sun style is the youngest of the major styles and was created by Sun Lu-tang (1861-1932). Sun style is characterized by agile steps and is most suited to people with arthritis. Whenever one foot moves forward or backwards the other foot follows. Its movements flow smoothly like a river, and there is a powerful Qigong exercise whenever the direction is changed. Currently this is an intermediate class, since students have already learned the first 12 movements. Beginners are welcome to attend a trial class and either join or wait until there is sufficient interest in forming a beginner class. Tai Chi consists of exercises equally balanced between yin and yang, which is why it is so remarkably effective. This Sun style Tai Chi class will last 1 hour, meeting 1x/week. It will always follow a 3-fold general format: warm-up, practice and self-massage. The basic Sun style tai chi form has 12 movements, expanding to 24 when you do the first 12 movements to the left as well as to the right. Once the class becomes proficient in Sun style, we move on to learn Cheng Man-Ch’ing Yang style Tai Chi (37 postures).

Class Schedule: March

Qigong Zoom: Monday@4:30 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage.

Qigong Zoom: Monday@6:00 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage. The Monday 6 PM class will incorporate more restorative and meditative practices.

Qigong Zoom: Thursday@4:00 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage.

Tai Chi Zoom: Thursday: 5:30 pm

Tai Chi is one of the best-known martial arts of the Internal styles from ancient China. Based on Qigong and martial art techniques from thousands of years ago, Sun style is the youngest of the major styles and was created by Sun Lu-tang (1861-1932). Sun style is characterized by agile steps and is most suited to people with arthritis. Whenever one foot moves forward or backwards the other foot follows. Its movements flow smoothly like a river, and there is a powerful Qigong exercise whenever the direction is changed. Currently this is an intermediate class, since students have already learned the first 12 movements. Beginners are welcome to attend a trial class and either join or wait until there is sufficient interest in forming a beginner class. Tai Chi consists of exercises equally balanced between yin and yang, which is why it is so remarkably effective. This Sun style Tai Chi class will last 1 hour, meeting 1x/week. It will always follow a 3-fold general format: warm-up, practice and self-massage. The basic Sun style tai chi form has 12 movements, expanding to 24 when you do the first 12 movements to the left as well as to the right. Once the class becomes proficient in Sun style, we move on to learn Cheng Man-Ch’ing Yang style Tai Chi (37 postures).

Class Schedule: April

Qigong Zoom: Monday@4:30 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage.

Qigong Zoom: Monday@6:00 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage. The Monday 6 PM class will incorporate more restorative and meditative practices.

Qigong Zoom: Thursday@4:00 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage.

Tai Chi Zoom: Thursday: 5:30 pm

Tai Chi is one of the best-known martial arts of the Internal styles from ancient China. Based on Qigong and martial art techniques from thousands of years ago, Sun style is the youngest of the major styles and was created by Sun Lu-tang (1861-1932). Sun style is characterized by agile steps and is most suited to people with arthritis. Whenever one foot moves forward or backwards the other foot follows. Its movements flow smoothly like a river, and there is a powerful Qigong exercise whenever the direction is changed. Currently this is an intermediate class, since students have already learned the first 12 movements. Beginners are welcome to attend a trial class and either join or wait until there is sufficient interest in forming a beginner class. Tai Chi consists of exercises equally balanced between yin and yang, which is why it is so remarkably effective. This Sun style Tai Chi class will last 1 hour, meeting 1x/week. It will always follow a 3-fold general format: warm-up, practice and self-massage. The basic Sun style tai chi form has 12 movements, expanding to 24 when you do the first 12 movements to the left as well as to the right. Once the class becomes proficient in Sun style, we move on to learn Cheng Man-Ch’ing Yang style Tai Chi (37 postures).

Class Schedule: May

Qigong & Tai Chi Sampler Zoom:
Tuesday: May: 11th 6:30-7:45pm

Rochester Brainery
176 Anderson Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607

 

Qigong Zoom: May: Monday@4:30 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage.

Qigong Zoom: February:Monday@6:00 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage. The Monday 6 PM class will incorporate more restorative and meditative practices.

Qigong Zoom: February:Thursday@4:00 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage.

Tai Chi Zoom: February: Thursday: 5:30 pm

Tai Chi is one of the best-known martial arts of the Internal styles from ancient China. Based on Qigong and martial art techniques from thousands of years ago, Sun style is the youngest of the major styles and was created by Sun Lu-tang (1861-1932). Sun style is characterized by agile steps and is most suited to people with arthritis. Whenever one foot moves forward or backwards the other foot follows. Its movements flow smoothly like a river, and there is a powerful Qigong exercise whenever the direction is changed. Currently this is an intermediate class, since students have already learned the first 12 movements. Beginners are welcome to attend a trial class and either join or wait until there is sufficient interest in forming a beginner class. Tai Chi consists of exercises equally balanced between yin and yang, which is why it is so remarkably effective. This Sun style Tai Chi class will last 1 hour, meeting 1x/week. It will always follow a 3-fold general format: warm-up, practice and self-massage. The basic Sun style tai chi form has 12 movements, expanding to 24 when you do the first 12 movements to the left as well as to the right. Once the class becomes proficient in Sun style, we move on to learn Cheng Man-Ch’ing Yang style Tai Chi (37 postures).

Qigong Zoom: May: Monday@6:00 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage. The Monday 6 PM class will incorporate more restorative and meditative practices.

Qigong Zoom: May: Thursday@4:00 pm

This is an ongoing Qigong class open to beginning and advanced students. Since it is not based on a set number of weeks or a specific exercise routine, we learn several routines over a period of time, allowing new students to join at any time. During the winter season for example, we focus on the kidneys and the lungs since the lungs create the energy of the kidneys. To do so, we learn the Animal Frolics and the Six Healing Sounds, but also include other practices. This allows me to blend different approaches resulting from study with four different Masters, emphasizing the special needs of my clientele, the seasonal needs of our bodies and the combination of both active and passive Qigong. Each class lasts one hour, with multiple time options so you can come more than once a week. Each class is different, but will follow a threefold general format: warm-up, practice, self-massage.

Tai Chi Zoom: May: Thursday: 5:30 pm

Tai Chi is one of the best-known martial arts of the Internal styles from ancient China. Based on Qigong and martial art techniques from thousands of years ago, Sun style is the youngest of the major styles and was created by Sun Lu-tang (1861-1932). Sun style is characterized by agile steps and is most suited to people with arthritis. Whenever one foot moves forward or backwards the other foot follows. Its movements flow smoothly like a river, and there is a powerful Qigong exercise whenever the direction is changed. Currently this is an intermediate class, since students have already learned the first 12 movements. Beginners are welcome to attend a trial class and either join or wait until there is sufficient interest in forming a beginner class. Tai Chi consists of exercises equally balanced between yin and yang, which is why it is so remarkably effective. This Sun style Tai Chi class will last 1 hour, meeting 1x/week. It will always follow a 3-fold general format: warm-up, practice and self-massage. The basic Sun style tai chi form has 12 movements, expanding to 24 when you do the first 12 movements to the left as well as to the right. Once the class becomes proficient in Sun style, we move on to learn Cheng Man-Ch’ing Yang style Tai Chi (37 postures).