Jessica’s Journey to Zoom
Carpinteria QiGong teacher Jessica Kolbe, another SBCC SEL we have profiled in these pages in the past, held out as long as possible in keeping her in-person classes going at the Linden Avenue beach, where people were easily able to stay more than six feet from each other, all the way through March 22. But the city, wisely in our humble opinion, shut that down in favor of flattening-the-curve isolation. So Kolbe’s COVID capitulation means classes have migrated to Zoom.
Her six live classes a week schedule began last Monday, March 30, with sessions in Qigong for Optimal Health, Qigong/Tai Chi, Tai Chi Easy™, Inner Power Qigong, Wudang Qigong/Tai Chi, and Animals and Elements Qigong. Kolbe has also made pre-recorded videos in Every Day Qigong, Phoenix Qigong, Balance and Fall Prevention, and Animal Frolics Qigong available online for free, while her friend and one of her teachers, the celebrated Qigong teacher and author Daisy Lee, is offering an introduction to Zang Fu Gong, a graceful, empowering form of Qigong renowned for its cleansing and rejuvenating powers, via a one-hour video. “Qigong to Cleanse Your Organs for Better Health & Energy Flow: Receive Two Zang Fu Gong Practices to Bring Healing Energy to Your Liver & Lungs” is also being made available for free at https://shiftnetwork.infusionsoft.com/go/qc/a18955.
Visit https://www.qigongsb.com/online-classes for details and to register for the six weekly Zoom classes, which cost $10 each.