Private Classes - Available by Appointment.
Instructor Certification Training Available.
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Next class is on Saturday, September 30th, 2023, 9:30 am.
"Chi" Meditation every Saturday morning at 9:30 am.
“Chi” Meditation - incorporates the movements of body, mind, and spirit. A practitioner of “Chi” Meditation will enter a present state of being, where all thoughts and attention is centered on the present moment. No other thoughts should enter the mind as this form of meditation aims to reach spiritual awareness, as well as achieve calmness, relaxation, and smooth "Chi" flow throughout the body. The techniques of Chi meditation came from "Dao Yin", a more than 5,000 years old healing practice that originated in China. There are various techniques and additional associations that make up the ways of Chi meditation, such as Qi Gong (also known as Chi Kung) and Tai Chi (also referred to as Tai Ji). The aim of this aspect of “Chi” meditation is to accomplish a state of harmony that encompasses the mind, body, and spirit.
I believe this practice can help you find the serenity, joy, freedom, and power that you possess as an essential part of this universe.
Price - $20/walk ins … 3 Classes/$50 … 5 Classes/$75
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Intermediate & Advanced Classes on Thursdays at 4 pm - Weather Permitting.
Yang Short Form, Yang Long Form, Tai Chi Sword Play, Tai Chi Fan Form
Tai Chi is the Harmony of Yin/Yang. We must first find this harmony within ourselves, harmonizing our body, our mind, and our breath. Then with all things, Heaven, Earth, and Humanity.
Standing Meditation is the first step in all Tai Chi and Qigong practice. This practice will strengthen our bones, improve our sense of balance, and teach us relaxation, and make us aware of our physical and mental tensions. Learning to relax is not difficult, if you know how, and the following method will guide you.
Standing still with your feet shoulders width apart, place your tongue at the roof of your mouth, relax, breath slowly and deeply in and out your nose in a peaceful, calm, and quiet manner. Learn to smile with your breath, as you slowly exhale through the nose. Let your arms drop effortlessly at your sides, armpit slightly open. Now close your eyes and open your heart and mind to feel as if you are a tree deeply rooted into the earth and stretching toward the sky. Relax.