MINDFULNESS AND MIND BODY PRACTICES
Yang 24-Form: The slow, soft and flowing movements makes this one of the most popular kinds of tai chi in the world today. By uniting your body breath and mind into a single unified whole, you restore your natural balance by improving circulation and energy flow. You’ll leave glowing, centered, focused and fit. You can learn the basics of the form in 6-9 months. The complete form takes less than 5 minutes to do, so you can start every day with a little taiji. Ahhh. Often prescribed as part of a program of treatment after illness, trauma, accident or surgery, and as a support for those suffering chronic disorders like diabetes, hyper-tension, asthma, depression. Ideal for fibromyalgia and arthritis sufferers
Mindfulness Meditation: A simple yet profound practice. Learn to quiet the mind by focusing on the body and breath. When the mind becomes still, the fog of our emotions drops away. We can see reality more clearly and make more informed decisions. We experience life’s ups and downs, with greater balance emotionally, mentally and physically.
18-form Qigong: Coordinate the breath with gentle movements to revitalize body, breath and mind. Often prescribed as part of a program of treatment after illness, trauma, accident or surgery, and as a support for those suffering chronic disorders like diabetes, hyper-tension, asthma, depression. These movements are also ideal preventative medicine. Perform the complete set or pick a few favorites do throughout the day to stay fresh, loose and relaxed.
Yi Jin Jing: As ancient as it gets! This form of qigong combines dynamic tension strength training with developing qi. You’ll lengthen your muscles, tendons and ligaments for a body that’s strong yet supple. An excellent support for taiji practice or just feeling good and grounded every day.