Explore the many benefits of Tai Chi, including better balance and boosted immunity.
The power of Tai Chi begins with stillness.
To stand still is to broaden your view of the world. As you breathe slowly, you learn to appreciate life as it comes — without memory or expectation.
As your body releases tense, anxious patterns, your mind becomes quiet. The Qi flows not only within your body, but between you and Nature.
On Saturday, January 16, Ken Cohen, Tai Chi and Qigong Grandmaster and founder of the Qigong Research & Practice Center, will guide you to explore the four hidden energies found throughout the Tai Chi form.
>> Join us here for Explore the 4 Hidden Energies of Tai Chi for Unwavering Balance: Discover an Ancient Movement Practice for Immunity, Stress Relief & Deep Relaxation <<
In this 60-minute free Tai Chi online event, you’ll:
- Explore the many benefits of Tai Chi — including better balance, boosted immunity, increased power to cope with stress, deeper levels of relaxation, and much more
- Discover the differences between Tai Chi and Qigong — and how Tai Chi guides you to ask, How can I utilize my body’s entire healing system?
- Improve your Tai Chi practice by correcting common mistakes that even longtime practitioners make
- Move through a completely new guided movement practice — one movement that incorporates all of the principles of the entire Tai Chi form as you transition from stillness into motion
As you’ll discover, Tai Chi is a healing art that works on the entire system at once. It resets your whole being — moving the out-of-balance elements back into place.
Ken will help you discern exactly where you are holding tension in your body, so you can let it go, freeing yourself to cultivate stillness.
In Explore the 4 Hidden Energies of Tai Chi for Unwavering Balance: Discover an Ancient Movement Practice for Immunity, Stress Relief & Deep Relaxation, you’ll experience a Tai Chi sequence that takes you from stillness to motion — so you can release tension, calm your mind, reconnect with the natural world, and cultivate joy.