Originating in China, Qi Gong and Tai Chi are complementary internal disciplines that are based upon the movement of the practitioner’s life force within and around the body. The practice of one, enhances the practice of the other. 

Qi Gon­ Cultivating Energy - The Chinese word qi means energy and gong means work. Together, Qi Gong means breath work and refers to combined methods of breathing and body movements designed to promote well being and health. They enhance the flow of energy (qi) in the body which in turn helps to rejuvenate the internal organs, to keep the bones strong and the muscles and ligaments supple.

Tai Chi ­ Health/Self Defense - An internal or “soft” martial art form widely practiced for its many health benefits, Tai Chi is a moving study in meditation that requires the practitioner to maintain an alert yet relaxed body and mind set. Class will emphasize the development of basic Tai Chi skills including postures, hand, and footwork. The introductory Tai Chi set, Yang Style Tai Chi Eight Movement Form, will be taught.

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