Moving With Qi: Qigong with Taichi Style Movements

Strengthening the body with Qi

For Internal & External Strength & A Peaceful Mind

(Completion of Level 1 Required)
A very important step in the internal cultivation process: for building a solid foundation and inner strength, excellent for slowing down the mind and preparing ourselves for the challenges of life and personal growth.

In this Qigong class we continue to build up our energy levels and do a combination of qi gong exercises and tia-chi movements. In level-1 we initiated opening the “sacrum” and the “life gate”, in this class we learn a series of simple movements that powerfully distribute the qi from the “Dantian” and “Life Gate”. Movement is done with the energy of the field, activating and connecting the, “hidden jewels”, energy centers of the major joints during the movement exercises to increase the magnetic field around the body and the energy circulation within. As a result, students will get insight/ taste the true “tai-chi state”. You will also learn some simple stretches and movements to improve the energy flow in the muscles and joints. In addition, a special internal energy connection practice will be introduced in this course for developing internal strength and balance. This class powerfully enhances the rooting and grounding systems, as a result, participants minds become much calmer and their capacity to handle stress can significantly improve too.

The late Madame Gau Fu, Seattle TaiChi legend/teacher, said she believes it would have taken her 1-2yrs. of Qigong/TaiChi practice to reach the same level of Mastery/Achievement that took her 10yrs. with her traditional Taichi training.

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CE Hours/PDA Credits

PDA Credits for Acupuncturists Available for This Class

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PDA Credits (Personal Development Activity Credits) are available for this class through NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Professional Development Activity).

Weekend Seminars Only

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