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Qigong (“chee-gong”) is an over five-thousand year-old Chinese health method that combines slow graceful movements with mental concentration and breathing to increase and balance your vital energy. It has been popularly referred to as Chinese yoga. Qigong is an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, along with acupuncture, acupressure, and herbal medicine. Literally millions of people practice Qigong in China and around the world each day to improve their overall health and even treat specific diseases.

Judy has practiced and studied Qigong for over a decade (including a 4 1/2 year program at the School of Qigong Studies.) She will guide you and share her experience in these special qigong classes in our Himalayan Salt Cave. Each class will consist of healing movements while Sound Therapy bowls are playing in the background. We will also focus our meditation on the Spring (Wood Element in Chinese medicine). Space is limited, so please reserve your spot early.

Current Schedule:

Every other Tuesday, 6:30pm in our Himalayan Salt Cave

Please register for each class individually, or call us to enquire about purchasing a series of multiple classes in a row.


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$ 25 / person
(or enquire about multi-class passes)


With Judith Thurman

My name is Judy Thurman and it is an honor to share my Qigong practice with you.  My studies began approximately 15 years ago when my body was literally aching for a healthier lifestyle.  After searching MANY healing modalities, I like to say Qigong found me!

My training includes: A 4 1/2 year Medical/Clinical program at The School of Qigong Studies as well as a recent certification in Vibrational Sound Therapy. This includes studies in: Physical and Energetic anatomy, Qigong Movement, and Chi Nutrition,The Yellow Emperors Classic of Chinese Medicine,  The Hua Hu Ching, The I Ching, Tao Teh Ching, and the 5 Element Theory. 
A transplant from Montana,  I had a private practice and office in Bigfork as well as worked and volunteered at Kalispell Regional Hospital Medical Fitness Center.  I have also been a guest panel speaker for the American Heart Association at Flathead Community College and was also featured in the Montana Health Journal for my Qigong work in the Flathead Valley.