Energy Secrets of Fasting

Energy Secrets of Fasting

Embark on a transformative journey in the live online class, Energy Secrets of Fasting. We will explore fasting as a powerful tool for energy cultivation. This unique class shifts the focus from the conventional dietary discussions to the energetics of fasting, exploring the intricacies of when and how to eat, rather than what to eat. The class provides a deep understanding of the energy dynamics involved in fasting, guiding you through essential considerations and principles.

Tai Chi 108/88-Posture Yang Style

Tai Chi 108/88-Posture Yang Style

Tai Chi 108/88 Yang Style is the most popular practiced long form in the world. The characteristics of this form are the same as Tai Chi Yang style 24 and as the Tai Chi Yang style 36 posture forms; however, it is much longer than the 24 and the 36.

Tai Chi 24-Posture Yang Style

Tai Chi 24-Posture Yang Style is the most popularly practiced in the world. Relative to other styles, 24 Yang is easier to learn. Its soft, slow, circular healing movements make it ideal for energetic cultivation for health and spirituality. For the martial artist, this form can serve to balance out “harder” movements, thus developing a higher level of awareness.

Tai Chi 36-Posture Yang Style

Tai Chi 36-Posture Yang Style

The 36-Yang style posture is a very popular form. This form contains the same characteristics as the 24-Yang form but is slightly longer in length and offers some variations. Relative to other styles, 36 Yang is easier to learn. Its soft, slow, circular healing movements make it ideal for energetic cultivation for health and spirituality. For the martial artist, this form can serve to balance out “harder” movements, thus developing a higher level of awareness.

Tai Chi 8-Posture Yang Style

Tai Chi 8-Posture Yang Style

In this introductory class, the student will be learning the 8-posture Yang style Tai Chi form. This is the first set that is typically presented to beginning students that is the easiest to learn, as opposed to learning the traditional sets where a person is actually memorizing a particular sequence. The postures, instead, are taught with the idea of practicing 8 postures in a repetitive way and repeating them on left and right sides

Introductory Tai Chi

Introductory Tai Chi

Introductory Tai Chi is designed to present Tai Chi through the slow, gentle and healing movements of 8 select traditional postures.

Beginning/Ongoing Qigong – Section B

Beginning-Ongoing Qigong Section B

In this class, beginning and continuing students learn foundational Qigong exercises, meditations, and theories. These help students begin energy cultivation. This series is divided into two parts, Section A and Section B. Section B introduces a new powerful energizing routine. Additionally, emphasis will also be placed upon promoting mental clarity.

Beginning/Ongoing Qigong – Section A

Beginning-Ongoing Qigong Section A

In this class, beginning and continuing students learn foundational Qigong exercises, meditations, and theories. These help students begin energy cultivation. This series is divided into two parts, Section A and Section B. After the initial preparation, the two sections each feature distinct routines with completely different practices. Section A introduces an internal strength-building healing set.

Qigong for Kids

Qigong for Kids

In the interactive online class Qigong for Kids, children will learn a few simple but powerful Qigong techniques. These practices are designed to activate the higher energy potential in the child which raises their intelligence level.

Introductory Qigong – 5 Treasures Set

Introductory Qigong 5 Treasures

In this live, online Zoom class, students learn a complete, simple Qigong routine called the Five Treasures Set. It’s a perfect introduction to a Qigong practice for beginners that lets them discover the benefits of health, healing and longevity. This class includes handouts and access to a free practice video.

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