Archive for April, 2010

Qigong and the Upside Down Snowman

The Lower Dantian should be the biggest and fullest of the three dantians, yet it is often the smallest and weakest. Relax your brain and head thinking; soften your heart and emotional intensity, and build the Qi in your lower abdomen.

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Taiji Qigong

Taiji Movements for Health

Learn Taiji Qigong (Tai Chi Chi Kung)

Gentle Exercise Series with Robert Bates 

May and June, 2010  

Come to one, two, or three classes a week for the same price! 
 

Three Times

  • Mondays 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm.   
  • Mondays 6:00 to 7:00 pm.                 
  • Fridays 12:00 to 1:00 pm.

Dates: May 3 through June 25 

Cost:   Only $80 for the entire series                      

Location: 1095 East Axton Road. This is a few miles north of Bellingham. 

Graceful Relaxation and Gentle Strengthening

Taiji Qigong is a set of graceful, meditative exercises based on the healing martial art of Taiji. This 18-movement set is also known as Shibashi. The movements are easy to learn and practice and have many healing benefits. Taiji Qigong is great for those wanting some of the grace, beauty and health benefits of Taiji Chuan but aren’t ready to commit to 10 years of difficult training. 

Tai Chi Chi Kung

Taiji Qigong

Taiji Qigong is effective in opening major acupuncture points, balancing the brain and body, and improving the strength and flexibility of the spine. You will develop smooth coordination, gain more body awareness and you will attain a peaceful sense of empowerment. 

With Taiji Qigong You Will Also

  • Gather energy
  • Heal chronic injuries
  • Become more relaxed and calm
  • Clear the fog from your brain
  • Enhance your immune system
  • Improve Posture
  • Feel better
  • Strengthen internal organs

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