Qigong with Sandra

Qi (chee) = Breath; life force; energy; air.

Gong (koong) = To cultivate; practice.

Qigong = The practice of energy cultivation over time.

A practice for the whole being, qigong is an ancient Chinese science and healing art rooted in the Daoist philosophy (following the ways of nature). The practice includes meditation, breath work, qi self-massage, dao yoga stretching, and flowing, standing movements — a wonderful experience of moving with the breath, visualization, and connecting with sources of energy from within and without.


Quantum physics is just beginning to understand what qigong practitioners have known and experienced for more than 4,000 years — we are and surrounded by energy. Qi is life and can change our life.


Qigong is simple, relaxing and peaceful, and at times very light and fun, but also extremely powerful and transforming. Through posture, movement, breath and intention, qigong cultivates true physical, mental and spiritual health so you can live your best life.

Address / Contact Info

Powell River, BC
Contact name: Sandra Tonn
Regular classes take place at Cranberry Community Hall (6828 Cranberry St.) in Powell River, but custom classes and special events can take place anywhere.

Phone Numbers

Phone : (604) 483-3509

Service Details

Geographic areas served: Powell River.
Cost structure: private pay
Program fee notes: Classes are generally $14 each or $16 for drop-in. Workshops are usually $40 and include a printed resource to take home.
Referral criteria: Qigong is extremely accessible. I have students in perfect health along with those with terminal cancer, arthritis, chronic fatigue, diabetes and more. All can participate in the same class and report benefits from it.
How to apply: Registration for classes by email, website, Facebook or telephone.
Age ranges served: adult 20+, senior 55+, senior 65+
Accepting new patients / clients: Accepting new clients
Languages spoken: English

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This program was last updated on 04 Dec 2017.