Too much stress, intellect, apathy and growth-goal oriented lives had become a blind habit in our culture.

As consequence the slowness of a tree, the green of a plant, the quiet behind all movement are alienated from our daily perception and behaviours.


Tree Time aims to facilitate the bodily present-moment experiences in mirroring natural processes

Whilst slowing down and standing still you will be guided towards the architecture of uprightness and into the several expressions of health-related forces in the body - in resonance with the tree and elements of the place.

We do this by way of tree postures, derived from a ancient chi kung tradition.

movement in stillness

cycles of expansion and contraction

downward and upward current of energy

clock-time, body-time and tree-time

sense of place

reality of the senses

"I hardly move though really I'm traveling a terrific distance. Stillness. One of the doors into the temple.”
Mary Oliver

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"Because this practice evokes exactly these inquiries: Do I dare to stand? Do I dare to keep my head up, rise and be seen in life? Do I dare to stay present with whatever is? Do I dare to feel connected with nature, life, other people, myself?
We are just like the trees, standing tall with our roots into the ground and branches growing into all directions. Exploring and expanding in life while staying grounded and connected to all. We might not always feel this, but we long for it.
Chi Kung is an embodied exploration into these inquiries. And in my experience absolutely transformational."

Chloe Monteiro, Founder of De Meditatietuin and Shiatsu Practitioner


Spending time in a forest among trees is always calming and refreshing.  Combining that experience with Chi Kung allowed even more quietness and understanding of self; of being able to appreciate the world around us and to be grateful for the gifts presented to us. 
In return we had the opportunity to bond with and appreciate the earth we live on, the spirits that reside here and share the bounty of Heaven and Earth with us; to make a connection to something that is bigger than all of us and maybe in some small way be able to give back.  The trees were truly amazing!! It was a powerful day with lovely people guided by a compassionate and talented lady.  An experience I would recommend to anyone.  Having prior knowledge of Tai Chi of Chi Kung is not needed...just an open mind and an open heart."

Linda Boggie,DVM, CVA, FAAVA
Founder of Boggie Veterinaire Acupunctuur, teacher

Tree Time Sterrebos
Sunday 2 April
fee: 40 euros
schedule: 9.30-12.30
location: Sterrebos 1 - Dalfsen

Registration and more information, please contact
After receiving your interest, we return with the practical details.
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Tree Time Chi Kung
Sunday 21 May
9.30 -12.30
Amsterdamse Waterleidingduinen - entrance Oranjekom/Oase

Registration or more information, please contact
After receiving your interest, we will return with an intake form and the practical details.
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photo credit: Joanne Saltet,

Refund policy:
-if by unforseen reasons you need to cancel your participation, the fee will not be refunded, unless you offer someone to replace you.
- if due to unsuitable weather conditions the workshop cannot take place, a new date will be set; if you cannot attend in the new date, then the fee will be refunded.

Coronavirus safety requirements:
- there's a limit for the number of participants
- the right distance should be respected