• Year of the Dragon Tai Chi course

    Year of the Dragon Tai Chi course

    Join us to welcome in the Chinese New Year of the Dragon for a weekend of Tai Chi and Traditional Tai Chi weapons including Stick, Sword, Silk and Fan. Tai Chi – Saturday February 10th 2024 Tai Chi Weapons – Sunday February 11th 2024, 10 a.m to 4 p.m Book now… Introduction to the Dragon in Chinese…

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  • Earth Element

    Earth Element

    Nourishing the Earth Element: The Key to a Balanced Qi In the realm of traditional Chinese medicine, understanding and maintaining our health are intricately linked to the concept of the Earth element. The Earth element, representing the Spleen and Stomach meridians, plays a fundamental role in regulating the flow of vital energy, or Qi, in…

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  • What is Tai Chi?

    What is Tai Chi?

    Tai Chi is a martial art and exercise form that originated in ancient China that has become increasingly popular worldwide due to its numerous health benefits. It involves slow and gentle movements that promote the cultivation and circulation of Qi, the vital energy that flows within the body. This blog post will explore the practice…

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  • T’ai Chi and Kung Fu Weekend Course

    Discover Tai Chi with Us We’re inviting you and your students to explore T’ai Chi through our upcoming course focused on the gentle Lee style. This session is ideal for beginners and those curious about integrating Tai Chi into their daily routine. Details: Join us to learn the basics and experience the calming benefits of…

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  • What is the significance of the seahorse and Chee Soo’s Lee Style T’ai Chi?

    Significance of the Seahorse in Lee Style T’ai Chi Chee Soo’s Contribution to Lee Style T’ai Chi In summary, the seahorse symbolizes the qualities of resilience, flexibility, and mystical wisdom inherent in Lee Style T’ai Chi. Chee Soo’s contributions were pivotal in developing, teaching, and promoting this style, integrating it with broader Taoist and holistic…

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  • How can T’ai Chi help with overthinking

    How can T’ai Chi help with overthinking

    By nurturing the Earth element, supporting the stomach and spleen organ systems, and fostering grounded awareness, T’ai Chi offers a holistic approach to addressing overthinking that integrates mind, body, and spirit, promoting overall well-being and harmony.

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  • How T’ai Chi can help us with creative problem solving skills

    How T’ai Chi can help us with creative problem solving skills

    T’ai Chi emerges as a transformative practice, not only fostering physical and mental well-being but also igniting the flames of creative problem-solving: In essence, T’ai Chi emerges not only as a sanctuary for self-discovery but also as a fertile ground for cultivating innovative solutions to life’s myriad puzzles. Through its practice, we awaken the dormant…

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  • How can the days getting longer benefits T’ai Chi?

    How can the days getting longer benefits T’ai Chi?

    As April unfolds and daylight extends its reach, the natural awakening of the season can profoundly enhance the practice of T’ai Chi: In essence, the lengthening days of April serve as a catalyst for a profound natural awakening, enriching the practice of T’ai Chi with vitality, harmony, and a deep sense of connection to the…

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  • Free YouTube lessons

    Free YouTube lessons

    Welcome to Our Daily Training YouTube Playlists Embark on a journey of self-improvement with our diverse range of options: Video Quality Options Playlist Durations Playlist Contents Stay Informed Awakening Your Qi Just as the lotus flower unfurls with the rising sun, you can awaken your energy daily through our Qigong and Tai Chi program. We…

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  • What is Yin?

    What is Yin?

    Delving into Yin: An In-depth Exploration of Chinese Medicine and the Elegance of Tai Chi China’s legacy in the spheres of philosophy and holistic medicine is a treasure trove of wisdom that has been honed and refined over centuries. Central to this legacy is the concept of yin, a fundamental principle that embodies calmness, introspection,…

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