Alexandra Sticher

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I became involved with qigong during my shiatsu training. One day, while dressage horse riding, my absolute passion, I suddenly became conscious of how much more connected I was to my horse. The horse did not need the usual commands – such as leg or rein aids- to stop, trot or canter. The horse seemed to understand what I wanted, as if he and I were one. The dressage exercises flowed blissfully.

Qigong had taught me awareness of body and self from the inside out.  With qigong, thoughts are more focused and the body reacts in a subtle way with powerful effect. As well as horse riding, qigong can be applied to any area of your life such as playing tennis, public speaking, relationships in work and home, and many other things.

Qi Gong continues to transform the way I relate to myself and life around me. It keeps on offering me insights, strength and nourishment. It deepens and informs my work with horses and people, as a shiatsu practitioner and a craniosacral therapist.

‘Make love with the invisible subtle origin of the universe and you will give yourself everything you need’     – a follower of the Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu once said.

This love and healing is available to all of us. I would like to share this practice with you to help you feel more alive, authentic, fulfilled, healthy and happy.

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