Wednesday, April 1, 2009

World Tai Chi day: April 25th

My Tai Chi school is taking part in
World Tai Chi & Qigong Day this month:

Everyone is invited to join in a world-wide
sweep of Tai Chi & Qigong play, as people
throughout the world’s time zones participate
in events celebrating the mind/body wisdom
of these internal martial arts. Learn and share
these practices whether for self-healing,
health & vitality, martial prowess, conflict
resolution or philosophical understanding.

NWIA is offering a mini Qigong
workshop led by Jeff Patterson who
will include the basic concepts of
Qigong theory, body work warm-ups
and breathing. Members will
demonstrate Tai Chi forms including
sword, fan & empty hand.

This event is free and open to everyone...

1 comment:

  1. Hi,

    Thanks for your post. Tai Chi is a great way to exercise both the body and the mind at the same time. Tai Chi movements are slow and deliberate making you focus mentally on the exercises. Tai Chi teaches breathing control and helps you to relax and calms the mind. Tai Chi is an excellent exercise to help relieve stress and anxiety.