Taichi, an amazing “Moving Meditation"

mer. 14 août à 01:00 — informations

mer. 21 août à 01:00 — informations

mer. 28 août à 01:00 — informations

Fuseau horaire : Paris (GMT+02:00)

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Taichi is an ancient practice of combining slow, deliberate movements, meditation, and breathing exercises that improve blood circulation, alignment, balance, and restoring energy. Taichi consists of exercises equally balanced between Yin and Yang, which is why it is so remarkably effective. Tai chi’s history can be traced to the art of qigong pronounced /chi gung/ dating back as far as 2,500 years. Taichi can help in many areas of health including: improving flexibility, balance and muscle strength; aiding in the treatment of diseases such as arthritis, cancer, skin diseases, depression, among others. As a result, people believe tai chi can delay aging and prolong life. About Christine:

Christine Lambert has practiced martial arts with great perseverance since her childhood. For the last 20 years Christine has studied Taichi under various Masters and styles including Sun Style Taichi, White Crane Qigong, Wu Style Taichi and is now currently studying and teaching Yang Style Taichi. Christine is currently a student of Laoshi Thomas Posey, a 2nd tier Gungfu disciple and lineage holder under Master Kaneiki Iwao of Kagawa, Japan, whose lineage and teaching style can be traced back to Yang Lu Shan [masked]) founder of Yang Family Taijiquan. Laoshi Tom is a certified Oriental Sports Trainer through the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Christine is very compassionate, artistic, intuitive, spiritual, and multi-talented with very deep knowledge of crystal healing. Contact: Manu at[masked] (M) or [masked]

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No prior experience is required!

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