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Qigong (Chi Kung) is an ancient Chinese healing practice which focuses on harnessing your body’s internal energy to maximise health and vitality.

Often described as meditation in motion, Qigong promotes serenity through gentle, flowing movements and breathing exercises.

In the first session, participants will learn the beginning movements of the form. Through these movements, participants will experience the gentle flowing nature of Qigong and its ability to positively affect your body and mind.

These sessions can be modified for people of all abilities.

For the better part of a decade, Sunny Forsyth, a Canberra-based facilitator, speaker, engineer, and teacher has been guiding people in the realms of change and empowerment, global sustainability, and embodied medical and wisdom practices. Nominated for a UN global best practice award for his development of sustainable drinking water systems for the developing world, Sunny brings a multi-faceted approach, which is both energetic and highly practical, to his classes and experiential coaching sessions. His work has been showcased on multiple platforms; including TEDx, Museum of Art and Applied Science, Nationally syndicated radio shows, and universities. He continues to bring together concepts from different domains to generate an out-of-the-box solution that creates transformative results.

“Qigong allows us to establish our own safe space, to connect into ourselves so that when life throws the inevitable at us, we actually grow through that experience” – Qigong instructor, Sunny Forsyth.



  • Time

    Tuesdays 6:30pm - 7:30pm.

  • Cost

    Casual Visit: $18/$15 conc.

  • LocationBelconnen Community Centre
    Swanson Court, Belconnen
  • How to register

    Please fill out the enrollment form and return to BCS Reception

  • For more informationPhone: 02 6264 0200

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