Nourishing Liver Energy- New Beginnings, Vision, Growth and Hope
APRIL 21: 10:00- 12:00 pm MST via ZOOM (not recorded)
Moving into Spring, we feel the surges of new life bubbling up from below the earth, budding on tree branches and in our own bodies. In Chinese Medicine it is the Liver that is the expression of the Wood Element, the element that allows Spring to occur in our bodies and our lives. Wood energy graces us with new vision, the heart-felt experience of hope, new beginnings, growth and individuation after the watery world of Winter.  When we try to take a step into Spring but our Wood Element is weak or overactive, it can manifest as lack of vision and hope, anger, restlessness and an inability to begin anew. Join us for this online class in which we will nourish our Liver and the Wood Element through primal gesture and MogaDao archetypal qigong forms.


In Collaboration with Liz Koch

Liz Koch is an international teacher and author with 43 years of experience working with and specializing in the psoas. Educating both laypersons and professionals around the world, Liz is recognized by colleagues in the movement, wellness, and fitness professions as an authority on the “core muscle” of the human body. Stalking Wild Psoas is my passion and changing the language of body is my mission.
Please note : Sarah Byrden no longer endorses the MogaDao Institute or study with Zhenzan/Zhenevere Dao, no longer teaches or studies in association with the MogaDao Institute, operates under the designation of “MogaDao Teacher”, nor represents MogaDao as a tradition or entity in any way.