Dynamic Qigong

2000 P St., NW, 620, Washington, DC 20036

Tuesday evenings at 5:30-6:30 pm,  May 30, June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 11,18, August 1, 8
Cost $15.

Register for Tuesdays

Wednesday mornings at 7:45-8:45 AM,  May 31, June 7, 14, 21, 28, July 5, 12, 19, August 2, 9

Cost $15

Register for Wednesdays

Register for Tuesdays and Wednesdays (Both of the Above Classes)

Register for Both Weekly Classes

Qigong is a series of exercises that focuses on movement, breath and intention to allow the body to release blocks, reduce stress, eliminate pain, and support the immune system. Having a regular Qigong practice creates balance and harmony. Come to experience the vitality and joy that is possible.

Special Events


Finding Grounding, Sunday January 22, 2017, 2 – 4 PM

In this workshop,  we will focus on establishing your grounding that allows room for creative thought in all circumstances.

Cost $30.

To sign up, just send a note through the contact form.

It’s All the Rage, Saturday, February 18,  2-5 PM

As the beginning of Spring starts to assert its power, we also reflect the rapid growth that  we find in  ourselves of frustration, anger or rage.  During these 3 hours, we will focus on purging exercises to help release this energy from the body, mind, and spirit to allow ourselves to experience the renewal that often comes in the Spring.

Cost: $45.

To sign up, send a note through the contact form.

Qigong for Breast Health, Sunday, March 19th, 1-5 PM

This half-day seminar will focus on Qigong exercises, that work to purge (cleanse) any accumulated turbidness that contribute to ill health as well as establishing flow that promotes health.  This is open to all women interested in creating health.

Cost: $50.

To sign up, send a note through the contact form.


Qigong has been a crucial part of my healing process. I have found Eve to have an expansive knowledge of Medical Qigong and she is extremely articulate in her teaching instructions and on the benefits of each exercise. She attends to the needs of each individual while practicing the work. A.R., Washington, DC