Qigong Classes: Improve energy and be more calm!

Anna Fisher
0408 155 031
Blue Mountains and Lake Macquarie (Springwood, Wentworth Falls and Leura/Toronto, Warners Bay)


Improve balance, coordination & posture

Cultivate energy and concentration

Reduce stress and increase flexibility

2024 class dates

Mondays 9am-10am: Wentworth Falls Lake. $17/class prepaid 4 weeks = $68 or $20/class casual. No class 8 or 15 July, 2 Sept.

Wednesdays 9-10am: Katoomba. $17/class prepaid 4 weeks = $68) or $20/class casual. No 10 July, 4th Sept.

Thursdays 10am-11am: Faulconbridge Community Hall, 9A Home St. $15/class casual. No class on 4th or 11th July, 5th Sept.

Cancer Wellness members only, Leura Tuesdays 1:45pm,  Penrith Thursdays 12:30pm. 

Classes include warms ups, Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi & Tai Chi. Please book for classes as dates can vary. Wear comfortable clothing and non grip shoes.

Private tuition: $85/hour, $45/30 mins. Corporate group sessions: $150/hour. DVD's available for purchase: A short daily practise (20 minutes) and Shibashi 1 (30mins). Both include warm ups.

Anna is certified to teach Shibashi, Guigen/Medical Qigong and the 8 Brocades. She has trained with Simon Blow and the Australian Academy of Tai Chi and Qigong.



"Learning Qigong with Anna has been a pleasure. She made me feel comfortable from the moment I entered the room and her teaching style put me at ease straight away. The progressive sessions are enjoyable and relaxing and Anna’s guidance has enabled me to practice at home with confidence. Qigong provides me with a centred, calm mind and body and I can highly recommend Anna’s class for anyone looking to bring a little tranquility into their life". Sam (Business Owner)

"I have been attending Qigong Shibashi classes with Anna for a number of months now and have found them to be a great form of gentle but rewarding exercise. Anna is a great teacher and is very patient and takes time to explain the moves to a beginner like me. I have back pain and arthritis in my ankle and the classes have been helpful for both. Qigong provides an energy boost and at the same time mental relaxation and I look forward to learning the new moves each class. I would highly recommend a class with Anna". David (Operations Manager)


What is Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi? 


Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi is a set of Qigong exercises based on the philosophy of Tai Chi and extracts some of the best movements from the Yang style Tai Chi Chuan. Shibashi literally means 18 movements and is one of the most popular Qigong forms in the world. Shibashi is a gentle flowing form of exercise that was developed in 1979 by Professor Li Hou-Sheng, a renowned Qigong master and traditional Chinese medical practitioner. Shibashi refines the essence and movements of Tai Chi into a set that is quick and easy to learn and is practised around the world by over 10 million people.


The 18 Shibashi exercises are designed to improve the general health and wellbeing of the practitioner, by providing a gentle physical and mental workout for the body and mind. The gentle rocking motions and stretching movements improve circulation and digestion. The chest exercises and controlled breathing are good for lung conditions and asthma. The overall effect is to reduce mental stress and physical tension, hence cultivating relaxation and energy.

Shibashi takes approximately 10 weeks to learn, after which time you can practise on your own with continued health benefits or keep practising in a group/class setting.


What is Guigen Qigong (Chinese Medical Qigong)?

Qigong literally means to cultivate vital energy. All Qigong involves 3 components; movements, breathing and focusing the mind. Guigen Qigong is a form of Chinese Medical Qigong, and is a set of 6 self- healing exercises designed to restore your natural balance. It was developed by Dr Xu, a Qigong Specialist Doctor from the Xiyuan Hospital in Beijing. It is based on Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), and works to balance the organs and meridians, bringing harmony to mind, body and spirit.

The 6 exercises balance the following organs and meridians:

  • Holistic Regulating
  • Spleen & stomach (Earth Element)
  • Lungs & large intestine (Metal Element)
  • Kidneys & bladder (water Element)
  • Liver & gall bladder (Wood Element)
  • Heart & small intestine (Fire Element)

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