Tai Chi & Chi Kung
These forms of exercise incorporate the focus of breath, awareness and movement to enhance a sense of deep inner peace. Tai Chi is a discipline that teaches through experience that we are human beings, not human doings, and the importance of living in the present moment, of listening to and getting to know our bodies, acknowledging our feelings and acting upon them. It teaches us to listen to our inner voice, hear and live from our hearts and assists us to come back to our true selves, where we find our own empowerment and joy. The following are just a sample of benefits derived from regular practice of these ancient arts of living:-
Grounding, lessening tendencies of anger and aggression Deeper sense of compassion Improved periods of relaxation Reduced stress and ability to manage stress more effectively Improves co-ordination and concentration Improves mobility, flexibility, strength and balance Improves energy levels and overall health and vitality Improves breathing capacity and self-awareness Builds self-confidence, self-respect and a health self-esteem Improves patience, perseverance and a positive outlook Improves ones health and well being in all aspects
By spending just 15-20 minutes a day practising Tai Chi or Chi Kung will help relax, de-stress and calm the mind and body, enabling one to cope with everyday life much better.
Tai Chi and Chi Kung are also healing modalities, and can be performed as part of a regular group or on a one to one basis.