Chi Gung at OpenWorld

This just in: ODTUG Chi Gung at OpenWorld!

Start your OOW experience by becoming one with the spirit of San Francisco. Join Kent Graziano and some Kscope veterans bright and early Monday morning for a short session of Chi Gung moving meditation. We will meet up at 6:45 AM, Monday October 3rd in the center of Union Square (just look for Kent,the grey haired guy with the pony tail and OOW backpack).
A few of us began doing this every moring at the Kscope 11 conference in Long Beach and found it a great way to prepare ourselves mentally and physically for the rigors of a high intensity day of session hopping and networking. No special equipment or clothing required, just come as you are with an open mind. We look forward to seeing you there and have a great time at OpenWorld!
Check out what others have to say about Kent, ODTUG BI/DW SIG Co-Chair and Oracle ACE & Owner of Rocky Mountain Tae Kwon Do

“Kent proivided Chi Gung sessions to supplement an IT conference. It was a great way to set us up for the day and it was great fun. Ken was patient and yet educational, repeating the main concepts each day for new people. I attended for 5 consectutive days and would have loved to have done more” July 13, 2011

 Debra Lilley

“Kent provided morning Chi Gung instruction at the recent KSCOPE11 conference in Long Beach, CA. Kent arranged a program that involved clear demonstration and excellent explanation of purpose. The exercise sets he chose allowed individuals to vary the intensity and difficulty so that novices were accomodated and those already fit were still challenged. Kent leading your sessions is a pretty good guarantee that everyone will feel welcome and the opposite of intimidated from the very start, and will be relaxed and invigorated at the end.” July 12, 2011

 Mark Farnham

“Kent organized the Chi Gung class at this years ODTUG KScope 2011 event, which was very enjoyable. A very relaxing way to start the day. Kent explained the exercises very clear, which made it easier to follow for first time practitioners.” July 12, 2011

Alex Nuijten

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