As a beginner, you start by learning the tai chi form. There are teachers in the group who are very patient and will take time to repeatedly explain the moves and their purpose to you. Whilst learning the movements and applications you will quickly benefit from increased coordination, balance, flexibility and a calmer mind.
Where Can I Learn Tai Chi
Our Weekly Classes which normally include Qi Gong, are usually attended by Mark
personally and are in Hastings and Bexhill.
Here beginners and the
more experienced are able to work
on their practice and learn new skills.
Improve Your Health, Vitality and Fitness with Qi Gong
Qi Gong, a set of exercises, movements and
postures is aimed at improving your overall health. This can be in general well-being
terms or aimed at a specific ailment. The many practices and sets form an
important part of Chinese Medicine.
Qi Gong is a series of exercises that have
been developed over the centuries. The combination of choreographed
movements, in Qi Gong, help to open and cleanse the Energy Meridians (as
used in acupuncture).
Qi Gong is an ancient Chinese practice of cultivation the Qi (Life Force) that flows through all our bodies. Practicing
Qi Gong brings together; Mind, Body and Spirit by combining aerobic conditioning , meditation and breathing techniques.
Through the mediation in Qi
Gong one can illicit the feelings of happiness and inner peace while the
Qi Gong exercises stimulate the circulation of the blood and Qi.
Within Qi Gong mediation, where one is not in a trance, the feeling of
wellness and well being is enhanced.
From time to time we go to a location like, Bexhill beach to practice Qigong and Tai Chi.
“The tide was out and the wind was very strong so we found a spot where the rocks offered some shelter. It was a real joy to be near the sea, feeling the wind around us with the sun coming through the clouds.”
Practicing the principles of balance and harmony just seemed
effortless for a change! The undulations of the beach, the feeling of
the wind and the sound of the waves kept the attention in the present,
open and tranquil.