Tai Chi – Meditation in Motion!

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With Kris Deva North and Anamarta, Senior and Advanced Instructors of the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain. With combined experience of nearly 40 years between them and expertise in the Healing Tao Arts, which Tai Chi and Qigong are part of.

Taoists consider Tai Chi as one of the highest forms of Moving Meditation, harmonising Yang and Yin, and Qigong as Standing Meditation, for grounding and rooting.

I don’t know if you have noticed that people who do Tai Chi seem to stand straighter yet more relaxed, move more easily with a kind of fluid grace? Have you wondered why, and how? Well, Tai Chi combines fitness, flexibility, and effective ways to manage stress while at the same time giving a fantastic energy boost!

Now you can have this too when you come on by to combine Moving Meditations for Fitness + Flexibility, Build Confidence, Recapture Lost Energy, Turn Stress Into Vitality, Inner Strength for Inner Peace!

Start your Journey:
7 Tuesdays, 13 Movements, 9 Directions, 5 Elements, 3 Treasures, Yin and Yang, to become one of those Tai Chi practitioners people watch in the park, wishing they too could learn the slow, graceful form, and win the benefits!

ALL WELCOME: Men, Women, Beginners, Intermediate, Advanced.  Psychosynthesis Trust, 92-94 Tooley Street, London Bridge SE1 2TH – 2nd Floor, Room 23.  7pm to 8.30pm, £87 per 7-week Course, or £17 pay-as-you-go.

Come on by, have fun, learn a skill!

 

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About Kris Deva North

Author, Meditation Coach, Teacher of the Taoist Arts and NLP.
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