Sound Harmonisations, Meditation & Qi Gong (Standing Tai Chi) Classes
Tama Do Qi Gong of the Light (Standing Tai Chi) Classes www.tama-do.com
Qi Gong is a gentle form of exercise & meditative process to increase energy levels as well as promote health & emotional harmony. There are many different forms of Qi Gong and Carrie has been certified by the Tama-do Academy to teach 4 different forms of Qi Gong of the Light. She has also trained to teach Shibashi Qi Gong
Currently Carrie teaches all forms of Qi Gong in weekly Classes at Archway Health Hub, Market Harborough LE169SZ
Wednesdays 6.30-7.30pm and 7.40-8.40pm
Online sessions (by Zoom) Wed and Friday mornings
All classes are £42 for a block of 5 sessions or £27 for a block of 3 sessions.
1:1 Tuition or coaching can be arranged face to face or online at a cost of £20 for the hour
Carrie Teaches a mixture of forms so people can find what suits them best. All forms have been taught to Carrie by the Tama-Do Academy.All forms have a slightly different purpose but all forms of Qi Gong help balance mind, body and soul and increase energ y levels, vitality and promote positive wellbeing and awareness. www.tama-do.com
Tao Yin Fa Series 1 created by Fabien Maman of the Tama-Do Academy which focuses on clearing and empowering the internal energy system by stretching and releasing the Meridians (energy lines of the body), then balancing and empowering them further with Sound & Colour. This is a more active than traditional forms of Qi Gong but is extremely beneficial as well as gentle & fun to do so suitable for all.
Tao Yin Fa Series 2 created by Fabien Maman of the Tama Do Academy is designed to clear, balance and empower the chakras to bring about positive psycho emtional well being as well as clear the aura and connect us to the cosmos.
Zhineng Qi Gong, passed down by Master Ping to Fabien Maman and taught with the Tama-Do Academy: This is very a gentle form to quieten the mind and unite all aspects of the soul-self.It raises our awareness and sensitivity to chi and helps revitalise the body.
5 Element Qi Gong- a free form chi movement to connect and harness the power of each of the 5 elements of nature and raise awareness of our own energy field, gifts and need for balance in an ever changing world.
Please enquire for details of local classes, 1:1 appointments or how to experience one-off workshops in your area.
Tama-Do Sound Harmonisations
The Sound Harmonisation is sound healing created by Fabien Maman, the 'Founding Father of Sound Therapy as quoted by Webster's Dictionary'
These sessions fascilitate deep relaxation, auric empowerment and opening to your soul potential. This process is experienced through the transformative effects of the overtones in the musical instruments and elemental sounds, played around the body to clear and empower the aura.
This healing with sound is like 'opening to the silence within, where we can tune to our own dimensions as well as tuning our cells, chakras and subtle fields with the elements, the seasons and the stars... ‘It is within the silence between the sounds that true healing can begin. Feel your Soul potentials unfold.Currently I offer two sessions every 6 weeks at Archway Health Hub, Market Harborough. www.archwayhealthhub.com
See below for the scheduled dates
Monthly Meditation Classes
Meditation Classes develop your ability to access inner peace despite a hectic lifestyle or challenging circumstances. Experience different techniques to find out what suits you best and can be used to make a positive difference to your life. Meditation can bring about deep relaxation, management of mental chatter or emotional overwhelm, enabling health & happiness to return. Guided Meditations can also help spiritual development , connection and receiving insights and energy to help your soul path and know your way forward.
Various self help techniques and mindfulness practices are taught along with more indepth guided visualisations during the sessions
Small group sessions are available to those who want to belong to a regular evening or daytime group either monthly or fortnightly. Please enquire to show your interest even if you cannot make the existing classes itemised below. I am always happy to start a new group if there is interest.
Currently there is 1 groups running, the group meets monthly on a Tues Evening 7.30-8.45pm (you can choose to join face to face or via zoom) Cost of these Meetings is £10, paid in advance.
I offer access to these sesions online for those who are not georaphically local, or who are currently sheilding please enquire for details
What people are saying about Carrie Mitchell's Events
'I love the Tama Do Harmonisations and Guided Meditations that Carrie does. I always have a profound experience that leaves me uplifted for days!'
'Tama Do combined with the meditation classes has helped relieve me of my former anxieties & stresses. After treatments I always feel calm & refreshed. I consider Carrie to be highly professional & intuitive therapist. I would be happy to recommend her services to anyone.’ Zoe
'I love the group meditations we do with Carrie. It is that rare opportunity to devote space and energy to myself, bringing me calm and focus. And with Carrie leading us through a series of guided meditations, I can surrender control, let go and relax completely which I very rarely do otherwise. I find that I sleep much better, have more energy and much more confidence as a result of attending each month.' Linda
Evidence for the benefits of Meditation and Tai Chi/ Qi Gong
The University of Arizona analysed 77 articles involving total of 6410 participants to study the effect of using Tai Chi and Qi Gong .
‘There is strong evidence of beneficial health effects of Tai Chi and Qi Gon, including for bone health, cardiopulmonary fitness, balance and quality of life’ Jahnke R, Larkey, Rogers et al 2010. Ng, Schmid, Rones et al 2010) (Yeh, Kaptchuk, Schmerling 2010)
Tai Chi can help Fibromyalgia as well as improve depression, mood, sleep and quality of life.
A study funded by NCCAM, researchers from the University of Cincinnati (USA) College of Medicine asked 67 people aged 12-19 with inflammatory Bowel disease to say which of the 5 complementary methods they had used to manage their symptoms recently and which they would consider using in the future. The results showed that 62% had recently used Prayer, 40% relaxation, 21% used imagery. Also 85% would use Relaxation in the future and 55% would use imagery. More than 40% said they would consider meditation or yoga as a means to control their symptoms. The study showed that girls and those adolescents with more severe symptoms would be more open to trying complementary methods to help themselves. (Cotton, Roberts, Tsevat et al 2010)