Qigong is an ancient Chinese exercise and healing technique that coordinated body-posture and movement, breathing and meditation. People practice qigong throughout China and worldwide for recreation, exercise, relaxation, preventive medicine, self-healing, alternative medicine, meditation, self-cultivation and training for martial arts.
Seven movements that trace the acupressure meridians of your body, giving your body a full energetic massage and cleansing. In this program you will learn all seven movements and later learn how to refine your practice.
Also called the Eight Pieces of Brocade. This form was developed during the twelfth century by the famous general Yueh Fei (who also created the Hsing I internal martial art) as a way to strengthen the body, to balance the vital functions and to drive stagnant energy and toxins from the system.
A relatively intense form of exercise that aims at strengthening the muscles and tendons, promoting strength and flexibility, speed and stamina, balance and coordination of the body.
A set of 13 postures/movements that was developed by Shaolin Monks, after contemplating and imitating different forms and expressions of Luohan (Arhat) statues in the monastery.
A form to strengthen cellular, tissue and fascia structure of the five main organ/energy systems of the body by energizing the primary acupuncture meridians.
This class is for all levels.