Ki Development For A More Positive Life

Instantly calm your mind and body with take-anywhere meditation tools.

Ki is living energy. Positive, living energy flows freely when the mind is calm and the body is relaxed.
Learn to be more positive, calm, focused, and energized with simple meditation techniques that you can do anywhere, any time.

Meditation and Mindfulness training at the Ki Society means:
Calm the mind at your natural center.
Recognize and instantly release negativity.  
Be in the present, positive and balanced.
Be aware of the environment and people around you.
Learn methods and tools that you can use instantly, anywhere.

Good mental posture and good physical posture both are essential to being healthy and effective. We teach mind-body coordination, healthy posture, and gentle movements for flexibility and balance.

Ki development training grew out of ancient traditions in Japan and is well-adapted for application in the modern world. It is now taught throughout Japan and internationally. In Eugene, regular training is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Special events are offered from time to time for more intensive training. See our website calendar for details.

Benefits of Ki Meditation include the ability to stay calm and effective in the face of daily challenges. You can lower the risk of many health problems. You can learn how to stay positive even when others around you are negative.

Ki Development Introductory Class:

                         Tuesday, October 23     6:30 - 8:30 p.m.   Fee:  $12

What to wear:     Loose, comfortable clothing such as athletic pants and a tee or polo shirt
What to bring:    Notebook and pen.  
Location:         1017 W. 7th Avenue (across from Shell station)
Reservations:     To register, RSVP or leave a message at (541) 683-5089. 

See our calendar for more events in aikido training, meditation mindfulness, and self-defense.
The Ki Society is an all-volunteer non-profit educational organization. We have been teaching Ki development and Aikido in Eugene for over 35 years.