TAI CHI – QI GONG
Taï Chi Chuan or Taï ji quan
Taï Chi Chuan or Taï ji quan is a martial art, a practice of health and meditation.
Accessible to all by the natural and gentle movements, it is a complement to any sporting, artistic practice and to everyday life. Martial art, health gymnastics, philosophy of life, the regular practice of Taï ji quan makes it a very effective tool for relieving tensions and regaining vitality.
In Taï ji quan, any movement has one or more martial applications, which makes it concrete and easier to perform.
Tai ji quan reinforces grounding, stability, flexibility and allows to refine sensations and perception of oneself and the outside world as well as to improve the control of our reflex reactivity. The qi, vital energy animates, nourishes, regenerates and protects the body, it makes live and maintains the life. It must circulate everywhere; the practice of Tai Ji quan, the execution of the sequences regulates and harmonizes the circulation of qi.
Physical activity, Tai ji quan helps maintain a young and alert body, it develops good coordination, softens and relaxes, stretches the spine, exercises concentration, activates oxygenation and blood circulation and eliminates stress.
Qigong is one of the fundamental parts of Chinese medicine.
It helps to strengthen the physical constitution and fight diseases. The preservation of IQ, vital energy, is the main factor in the protection of the body.
The movements are simple, complete, such as to make the joints work, in particular the parts of the body which in everyday life are little or little used. They are performed loosely, slowly, with harmony and regularity, but without slackness.
Slowness aims to increase concentration and, together with inner strength and energy, it helps to regulate good muscle tone.
The regular practice of Qigong is unanimously recognized as allowing to obtain positive and effective results.
Relaxed position, relaxation of the mind, deep breathing, are the three important elements of the practice of Qigong.
Lessons are provided
Monday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Tuesday from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.
Friday from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.