In one-on-one and group work, I leverage ancient perspectives and practices to maximize your potential for health, growth, and joy. The tools--Qigong exercises, energy work, meditation, and strategies for managing emotions and stress--are efficient and powerful shortcuts that can help us fully
and happily embody the best of who we can be.
If you are reading this, I trust that you are looking for a deeper shift in your life. If so, I cannot wait to see what growth we can spark together.
A former modern dancer with STREB Extreme Action, Christine McQuade has studied Wu Ming Qigong and traditional Chinese healing arts with Grandmaster Nan Lu, OMD, and the Tao of Healing for more than sixteen years. Through the Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation in New York City, Christine is a certified instructor of the Qigong for Women’s Health and Dragon’s Way programs. She is also a certified practitioner of two healing modalities: Qigong Meridian Therapy and Medical Qigong. Christine helps individuals and groups discover sensible and practical ways to integrate mind, body, and spirit into exercise, health, and healing.
Christine teaches in the Hudson Valley and the New York City area, including at the Spirituality Mind Body Summer Institute, Teachers College, Columbia University, Suffern Free Library, the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, Melt Massage, Midland Park Continuing Education, Shakti Yoga & Living Arts, Trilok Fusion Center for the Arts, the Brearley School, Mother Cabrini High School, the Union Theological Seminary, and the American Taoist Healing center.
A mother of three, Christine lives in New York's lower Hudson Valley.