A Special MarshStream Class
Part of our Solo Arts Heal Series

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March 31, April 7, 14, 21, 28
5:00 – 6:15pm PT

Qigong and Your Creative Flow

What would it be like to fully engage with your creative nature?
How would you use your creativity, if your capacity for inspiration grew?

In this Qigong class you will learn gentle movements that can restore your inner resources, bring more energy, clarity and a greater sense of wellbeing to life. By moving in harmony with the body, Qi (life force) and mind, your creativity can flourish. Open up to a whole new world of movement and let your inspiration flow!

Preregistration is not required.
To attend the class, visit this page at class time and click on either the Zoom or Youtube button below.


Classes LIVE on Wednesday Below

Entrance to the LIVE Zoom Room class will close at 5:15pm PT.

Support our Instructors and MarshStream


Jana Chamales – As a busy mom, Yuan Qigong has been a gift that helps Jana stay healthy, energized and calm through the hustle of everyday life. Her Qigong classes are a place for trying new things in a supportive, lighthearted environment. As the Executive Director for REN XUE of the Americas, Jana shares Qigong and the REN XUE life cultivation system to communities across the globe. She is a certified teacher and life long explorer. Jana has found that cultivating a healthier, happier life happens through refinement and trying new things. So let’s explore together!Jana is a certified teacher of Ren Xue and Yuan Qigong through Ren Xue International.

Visit Jana’s Website: https://flowingcalm.com/

Tracey Bigelow – I’ve been involved in energy healing since early 2000. My background prior to studying with Yuan Qigong and Ren Xue was in Reiki and animal healing work. My main emphasis in teaching or working with people, animals, or situations is that love and a lightness of being are powerful and necessary qualities in generating an ability to heal. I’m also very interested in helping people stretch the boundaries of what they believe to be true. Tracey is a certified teacher of Ren Xue and Yuan Qigong through Ren Xue International.


SOLO ARTS HEAL, a weekly MarshStream Public Broadcast Platform program, presents empowering performances about healing and resilience. Through hosted interviews, talkbacks and audience Q&A, the Solo Arts Heal program provides transformative experiences, education, community outreach and advocacy through stories that celebrate the healing power of the arts.

About the Hosts

Photo by: Craig Lee

Stephanie Weisman founded and has been the Artistic/Executive Director of The Marsh since its inception in 1989. Under her leadership, The Marsh has grown from a one-night-a-week performance series to producing 600-700 shows annually on its four stages. In addition to its developing work performance series, The Marsh’s programs include: artist-in-residencies, after-school and summer workshops for youth both onsite and in 5 SFUSD, and performance development classes, workshops and Performance Initiatives. In 1996 Stephanie spearheaded the drive to successfully buy their 12,000 sq ft facility on Valencia Street in San Francisco. This increased The Marsh’s programs four-fold as well as provided for a stable Bay Area arts organization. In 2010, The Marsh added a second venue in Berkeley. In 2020, Stephanie initiated MarshStream. She is currently at work developing her opera, Aphrodisia, with dancer, Wei Wang

Gail Schickele champions arts & sciences as a writer, speaker, consultant, and producer. In January 2020 she convened an artist collective to assist solo artists whose unique stories of physical and mental challenges manifest the healing power of The Arts.  COVID inspired Stephanie Weisman to create SOLO ARTS HEAL on The MarshStream to share these outstanding stories of resilience, dramatic and comedic, for the entertainment and benefit of communities everywhere. Gail’s work in marketing, management, and production has served various theaters, festivals and events nationwide. Trained as a journalist in New York and Colorado, she has covered Colorado state politics and the environmental landscape of the Rockies. Environmental educational and advocacy work in California includes the League of Women Voters and The Climate Reality Project. Gail is honored to curate and host SOLO ARTS HEAL where artists powerful stories offer audiences great performance and ‘informance’ on issues related to health and the environment, inexorably linked.

Kristin Scheel, has worked in production and development at The Marsh since 2018. She is a freelance writer and member of Open Windows art cooperative in the Bayview. She has a background in social work with the State of Oregon and program management experience as a small business owner and preschool director in San Francisco. She has an MFA from Mills College, and serves on the boards of Guerrilla Cartography and PATHSTAR.

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