Tai Chi and Qigong (Chi Gung)

“Feel Better and Be able to
Do More with Less Effort”

Now teaching Virtual Online Classes
New classes begin October 1, 2020

4 Weeks of classes for $99 *

Click the Add to Cart PayPal link below to register for this class.
*($99 + $3.20 paypal fee = $102.20 total)
Call 360-573-2367 if you have any questions.

Virtual Online Class Schedule (Tai Chi and Chi Gung – Phase 1):
…Monday… 6:15 – 7:00 PM
…Thursday… 6:15 – 7:00 PM

The benefits of the Moy Academy Tai Chi Program include:
– How to manage your stress better by learning how to trigger the Relaxation Response through proper breathing.
– How to move more efficiently and powerfully by understanding Base, Structure, Alignment, and Flow.
– How to have better Focus and “Be in the Moment” by cultivating the Mind/Body Connection.
– How to apply Tai Chi in your daily life so that you can do more with less effort.

Stress in our daily lives affects us physically and mentally.  Physicians agree that most illnesses are caused by mental stress and emotional anxiety.

Tai Chi Ch’uan and Qigong (Chi Gung) are Mind / Body health arts developed in China that are excellent for stress management, rehabilitation of your body and improving your Quality of Life.

You will learn how to correctly breathe and relax, reduce tension, and improve your posture, balance, flexibility, coordination and focus.

These are gentle, non-impact Internal Arts based on proper body structure and alignment, complete relaxation and how to allow your mind and body to work harmoniously so that you may move “effortlessly”.

Virtual Online Class Schedule (Tai Chi and Chi Gung – Phase 1):
> Monday… 6:15 – 7:00 PM
> Thursday… 6:15 – 7:00 PM

Among the many benefits of these arts include:  better circulation, balanced blood pressure, gentle rehabilitation of knee, spine, and shoulder, helping to break the chronic pain cycle, boosting of the immune system, and increased energy.

Because of the soft, flowing movements, Tai Chi is practiced daily by people of all ages; including individuals well into their 80’s.  Tai Chi is especially beneficial for Seniors because of its practice of strong posture, mindful balance, and increasing range of movement.

Curriculum includes the traditional Yang style Form, practicing various Chi Gung (Qigong) Sets, and applying Tai Chi principles and skills in two-person drills (push hands).

Tai Chi Articles:
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