Tag Archives: Tai Chi

Bring Tai Chi into your daily life for more strength, ease, and vitality

You won’t want to miss this opportunity to discover how you can integrate Tai Chi into your daily life to discover or regain physical and inner strength, flexibility, resilience and vitality, improve your mental clarity, and more fully realize your sacred spiritual nature.

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Must Know Daily Movement Meditation Boosting Your Health & Wellbeing

Learn Yi Quan Qigong for Health, Mental Clarity & Self-Defense

Through strategic and powerful standing and walking meditations, animal movements based on the bear and the turtle, and other simple flowing exercises, you release dysfunctional habits, preserve the health of your  joints, improve balance and coordination, deepen your breath, and mobilize hidden resources of strength. 

However, body training is only half the answer. Yi Quan includes sophisticated methods of healing imagery to train mental focus, relaxation, inner peace, and connection with nature.

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Activate Your Intrinsic Healing Power by Pressing, Stroking, Holding, Tapping

4 Practices for Self-Healing, Energetic Empowerment & Youthful Vitality

Activate Your Intrinsic Healing Power Through Medical Qigong: 4 Practices for Self-Healing, Energetic Empowerment & Youthful Vitality with Dr. Roger Jahnke. Discover the most profound medicine of all — your inner capacity to restore and regulate your entire mind and body — to experience true healing and radiant health.

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Learn Simple Acupressure & Qigong Healing Exercise Unlocking Longevity

Qigong’s 8 Cycles Movement and the practice of acupressure can support you in feeling more balanced, vibrant, and at peace.

Qigong’s 8 Cycles Movement is a series of gentle exercises you can safely practice to energize your body, calm your mind, activate your energy centers, and massage your internal organs — leaving you feeling nourished and invigorated so you can live a healthier, more vibrant life.

Robert will also explain the practice of acupressure, using the powerful example of the Hegu acupressure point — the single most important point for treating disorders of the face, sense organs, head, and neck.

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