The Harvard Health Review calls Tai Chi “medication in motion.”

“Tai Chi is the perfect exercise."  - Time Magazine

“The evidence is mounting that...practices such as Qigong and Tai Chi are the best cures for our worst afflictions.”  - The Wall Street Journal

 


Tai Chi (Taiji Chuan)

Tai Chi is a centuries-old internal Chinese martial art practiced in a meditative, slow, gentle, and graceful sequence of movements.

Tai Chi has been shown to enhance health, relaxation, and self cultivation and is practiced by millions worldwide.

Tai Chi may be adapted to suite nearly anyone, regardless of physical condition and has a reputation for alleviating many ailments, such as:

  • Hypertension
  • Gastric problems
  • Arthritis
  • Heart disease
  • Anemia

It also is known to:

  • Improve circulation
  • Improve and/or restore balance
  • Help with relaxation
  • Strengthen the nervous system
  • Release tension
  • Tone up muscles and keep the body limber

 


Chi Kung (Qigong)

Chi Kung is an ancient Chinese health care system that integrates physical postures, relaxation, and focuses attention.

Chi Kung is practiced for:

  • Good health maintenance
  • Healing and vitality
  • Circulation
  • lymphatic and digestive function

Those who practice Chi Kung regularly find it helps them to:

  • Regain a youthful vigor
  • Maintain good physical and mental health even into old age
  • Facilitate recovery from illness

 


Healing Chi Kung Therapy for Women

Medical Chi Kung therapy is the oldest therapeutic modality of Traditional Chinese medicine. It is a comprehensive system of health care addressing the root cause of symptoms or disease, and treats the individual as a whole. Applying Chinese medical theory, the Practitioner works with energy -- and/or teaches medical Chi Kung exercises and meditations -- to maintain or restore health and wellness, and prolong life. For more information see One on One Sessions

 


Meditation:

In our practice we combine:

  • Moving meditation (Tai Chi form, and Chi Kung routines) to address physical body, energy flow, and relaxation.
  • Standing meditation (aka standing like a tree, and pole standing) - to address energy cultivation and oneness.
  • Sitting meditation - to address mind, emotion, energy flow, and Dao.

The above three combine into a healing (and life changing) system.

Remember, "The dao that can be spoken is not the eternal Dao."

COME TO CLASS! You will be glad you did!!