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Qigong (pronounced “Chee-gong”) is an ancient Chinese practice of self-healing through the cultivation (gong) of life energy (Qi). Qigong consists of a series of easy to learn movements that are specifically designed to balance our physical, emotional and mental energy. The practice of Qigong supports relaxation, healing, and a renewed sense of well-being. When practiced over time, Qigong awakens our natural inner happiness and joy that is the essence of Qi itself.
Carol Ritter, Ph.D. has been practicing Qigong since 1997 and teaching since 2016. She is certified to teach by Master Robert Peng, who is a world-renowned Qigong teacher and healer. Carol has also studied with many others Qigong teachers, including completing a year-long Qigong Teacher’s Mentorship. Carol has also trained for many years in a variety of spiritual traditions and healing arts such as meditation, breathing techniques, and healing methods. Carol is a retired clinical psychologist who specialized in trauma recovery, and strives to offer trauma-sensitive practices.