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Adult Program

The Adult program incorporates Tai Chi and Health Qigong. It is a comprehensive wellness program designed to provide adults with the benefits of both Tai Chi and Health Qigong practices. These traditional Chinese disciplines promote physical fitness, mental clarity, relaxation, and holistic well-being. The program integrates the principles and techniques of both Tai Chi and Health Qigong to offer a balanced and enriching experience.

Tai Chi

  • Tai Chi, also known as Tai Chi Chuan, is a traditional Chinese martial art that combines deep breathing, meditation, and slow, flowing movements to promote physical and mental well-being. It is often referred to as a "moving meditation" because of its emphasis on mindful movement and relaxation.

  • The practice of Tai Chi involves a series of choreographed movements, known as forms, that are performed in a slow and graceful manner. These movements are typically circular and continuous, with a focus on maintaining balance, coordination, and proper body alignment. While Tai Chi is practiced at a relaxed pace, its movements are precise and deliberate, requiring concentration and mindfulness.

  • Tai Chi is suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels, as it can be adapted to individual needs. It can be practiced alone or in groups, indoors or outdoors. Many people find Tai Chi to be a gentle and enjoyable way to improve both physical and mental health, fostering a sense of harmony between the body and the mind.

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Health Qigong

  • Health Qigong, often referred to as "Chinese Health Qigong," is a traditional Chinese practice that combines physical movements, controlled breathing, and meditation to promote health and well-being. It is rooted in traditional Chinese medicine, Taoist philosophy, and martial arts principles. Health Qigong is a holistic approach that aims to balance and harmonize the body, mind, and spirit.

  • The practice of Health Qigong involves a series of coordinated movements, postures, and breathing techniques that are designed to stimulate the body's energy pathways (meridians) and improve the flow of vital energy, or "qi." Each Health Qigong style or set consists of specific movements and postures that correspond to particular health benefits. These sets are often named after natural elements, animals, or traditional concepts.

  • Similar to Tai Chi, Health Qigong is suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels. It can be practiced individually or in groups, and it can be tailored to meet specific health needs. Many people find Health Qigong to be a holistic practice that not only improves physical health but also promotes emotional balance and spiritual well-being, fostering a sense of connection between the individual and the natural world.

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