Discover how mindful movement classes could benefit you


What could Vitality Qigong offer you?

Vitality Qigong offers improved wellbeing, calmness, balance, flexibility and renewed energy.

Through tailored mindful movement classes, you will discover the power of this high quality, meditative exercise, suitable for all ages and abilities. Classes are engaging and relaxing and improve strength and flexibility.

Sessions take place on a one-to-one basis, or in groups within the workplace, education settings, within charities (I have experience of working with clients who have complex needs) or at health and fitness studios/ centres, for example. 

More info on what mindful movement classes can offer:

  • Decreased anxiety
  • Calmness
  • Flexibility
  • Help with managing stress
  • Energy and vitality
  • Better physical and mental balance
  • All around wellbeing
  • Increased focus & concentration
  • Improved creativity
  • Better sleep
  • Help with managing addictions

Qigong is ideal for:

  • 1-1 sessions fully tailored to your/ your clients specific needs and health
  • Wellbeing retreats
  • Your staff (regular classes, wellbeing workshops & away days)
  • Gym/ leisure centre/ yoga studio customers
  • Care home/ residential home clients
  • Sports teams’ warm up or wellbeing practice
  • Charity clients (inc those with complex needs) who need help with wellbeing
  • Students and school pupils


What is mindful movement/ qigong?

Each class is different and involves simple movements designed to calm the mind and help the client enter a more meditative zone, as well as relax and refresh the body. Qigong works the smaller muscles of the body and so is an excellent complement to more demanding sports and fitness activities.

This type of exercise is suitable for people of all levels of health and fitness, it can even be done in a chair with very limited movement.

Classes are based around the ancient Eastern practise of Qigong which is done daily, en masse in China and is becoming more popular in the Western world.  In China, the exercise is traditionally used as a way to prevent illness and increase longevity and mindfulness. Find out more in the links below:

Flowing Zen:
16 Reasons why Qigong will be bigger than yoga


The ancient Chinese exercise that is suddenly cool:
The Times, 2018


Why qigong maybe the perfect mind, body & spirit exercise:
The Good Men Project(Qigong)


Claudia has a Diploma in Qigong Teaching

The Shiatsu College, London 2015-2017


Claudia’s first career is as a journalist and editor. She has a long history in the media industry, including working in-house as a Guardian Newspaper Networks’ editor.

She discovered Qigong in 2013 as she tried to keep up with the stress of deadlines and the demands of life. Claudia now has a lighter media schedule and teaches regular qigong & mindful movement classes in Brighton, London and beyond. 

Claudia loves working with clients to bring improved flexibility and wellness. She brings a warm, fun and clear teaching style and receives much positive feedback.

In turn, Qigong boosts her own wellbeing, creativity, physical and mental energy. She currently runs regular classes with several charities, businesses and individual groups.

Claudia is fully insured by Balens Ltd & is certified by the Shiatsu College London with a Diploma in Qigong Teaching. She is fully DBS checked.

Want to try a class?

Book a session by emailing



Jane: “Thoroughly recommended!”

“Claudia has run a number of Qigong sessions for the Pathways to Health staff team, a group of 15 individuals. Her inclusive approach and calm manner meant that the exercises were easy to follow, enjoyable and suitable for all abilities and levels of experience. Thoroughly Recommended!” – Jane Healey is Project Co-ordinator Pathways to Health, Brighton

(In April 2019 Pathways received lottery funding to bring Claudia in to run weekly classes for service users which are proving very popular) 

Sarah: “Over the years I’ve tried many things to help with my stress and anxiety, I can truly say that Qigong is the one thing that has helped me.”

“When I first started Qigong, I was made to feel very welcome and Claudia the coach gave very clear instructions how to do the movements and breathing. Her visualisation was superb. Over the years I have tried many things to help with my stress and anxiety, I can truly say that Qigong is the one thing that has helped me. At the end of the class I feel extremely relaxed and well, my mind and body just feel lighter, it has made me definitely realise how much stress and tension my body carriers around.

The exercises relieve this and it certainly a very welcome feeling to get rid of this. I highly recommend Qiqong to anybody of any age. At the classes, I have learnt different techniques to deal with stress that I can use on a day to day basis. I look forward to my classes very much, the only regret I have that I did not discover Qigong years ago, I believe my life would of been made a lot easier.” – Sarah is a regular at Tuesday’s Pathways to Health class at Pavilions, Brighton.

Anna: “I’ve been to many classes and Claudia’s is by far the best…”

“Attending Claudia’s qigong class is an absolute treat for the mind, body and spirit. She holds space beautifully with lovely visualisations and breathing whilst encouraging movement to the best of everyone’s abilities.

It’s obvious she is well practiced and lives what she teaches. I’ve been to many different types of classes and Claudia’s is by far the best – so welcoming and I leave feeling blissed out.” – Anna, participant of Wednesday class at Mind, Brighton.

Preston Park Recovery Centre client: “It is a fantastic group, bringing joy to my life”

Participant 1: “very empowering and a lovely atmosphere”

Participant 2: “many thanks for having these sessions. Claudia is a fantastic facilitator, she listens notices and controls the group very well, she makes the session fun while still making it very effective”

Participant 3: “it is a very important and interesting activity”

This selection of comments (above) is from clients in Claudia’s mental health recovery class for Southdown Housing