JOIN THE MIND, BODY AND SPIRIT FOR BALANCE, HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
We provide group classes of Tai Chi & Chi Kung for private/ business and events
Indoor classes (in our center)
€60 month, 3 x week €40month, 2 x week
Outdoor classes - on the beach, at the park, near the river, mountain, or other place in the nature in direct contact with mother earth, fresh air and energy of the sun for even better effects of the practice.
Min - 6 participants, €7 - each.
On-site (corporate for the employees or events) - we visit companies to give a dynamic break of the employees, for better work and results.
Price per hour €50 About Tai Chi
Tai chi developed in ancient China, started as a martial art (part of Kung Fu) and a means of self-defense. It is a mind-body practice in complementary and alternative medicine. The term "tai chi" (shortened from "tai chi chuan") has been translated in various ways, such as "internal martial art" and "supreme ultimate fist. People practice Tai Chi by themselves or in groups. In the Chinese community, people commonly practice Tai Chi in nearby parks—often in early morning before going to work. There are many different styles, but all involve slow, relaxed, graceful movements, each flowing into the next. The body is in constant motion, and posture is important. The names of some of the movements evoke nature (e.g., "Embrace Tiger, Return to Mountain"). Individuals practicing Tai Chi must also concentrate, putting aside distracting thoughts; and they must breathe in a deep and relaxed, but focused manner. Tai Chi is sometimes referred to as "moving meditation"—practitioners move their bodies slowly, gently, and with awareness, while breathing deeply.
Over time, people began to use it for health purposes as well:
Many people practice Tai Chi to improve their health and well-being
For benefits associated with low-impact, weight-bearing, aerobic exercise
To improve physical condition, muscle strength, coordination, and flexibility
To improve balance and decrease the risk of falls, especially in elderly people
To ease pain and stiffness—for example, from osteoarthritis
To improve sleep
About Chi Kung
Develop the internal power for health, vitality, mind expansion and spiritual cultivation
Chi Kung is a practice of aligning movement, breath, and awareness for exercise, healing, and meditation. With roots in Chinese medicine, philosophy, and martial arts, Chi Kung is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate and balance qi (chi) or what has been translated as "life energy". Chi Kung practices typically involve coordinating slow flowing movement (or stillness) of the body, deep rhythmic breathing, and mental focus on philosophical concepts such as visualization of guiding qi through the body. As a kind of meditation, Chi Kung is practiced with a calm mind and relaxed body. Benefits
Loosens the Muscles and Builds Power
Strengthens the Organs
Improves Cardio-pulmonary Function
Strengthens the Nerves
Improves Vascular Function
Can Be Used by the Seriously Ill
Helps Prevent Injury to Joints, Ligaments and Bones