Tai chi moves can be easily learned and executed by people of all ages and states of health, even elderly people in wheelchairs. By Jane E. Brody - Sept. 10, 2018 - NY Times Watching a group of people doing tai chi, an exercise often called “meditation in motion,” it may be hard to imagine … Continue reading Using Tai Chi to Build Strength
Written by Roger Jahnke, O.M.D. A Promising Way to Health Review by Gunnel Minett In this book Dr Jahnke presents the Chinese concept of Qi (Chi), its origin and how it is used both in medicine, as a way to maintain health and vitality for both body and mind, and as a way to reach […] … Continue reading The Healing Promise of Qi ! Recommended
In Tai Chi Chuan we do not do things out of coincidence, everythning is something – whether we see it or not. Qi In Tai Chi Chuan we breath through the nose. No matter if we practice Forms, San Shou, Nei Kung, or Tui Shou, my teacher always said -” breath through the nose”. The […] … Continue reading Why Nasal Breathing ?
Some profound questions answered here... This is a part of an interview with my first teacher, Rodger Jahnke who is an OMD in Ca. Your teachings are grounded in the following paradigm and I do my best to represent these goals and philosophies. RM: Please give us some details about qigong and t’ai chi. RJ: … Continue reading Where are we going with all this?
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