Tai Chi combines deep breathing and relaxation with flowing movements. It has been proven to reduce stress, improve posture, balance and general mobility, as well as increase muscle strength. Tai chi differs from other types of exercise in several respects. The movements are circular and un forced, the muscles are relaxed rather than tensed, the joints are not fully extended. Tai chi can be easily adapted for anyone, from the most fit, to people recovering from illness or injury.
Wu DangTai Chi Chuan syllabus
Short form- Square and round 34 step
Tui Shuo (pushing hands drills)
7 star step
9 Palace step
free style fixed
free style moving
48 formal techniques
free interpretation of two primordial powers.
Dao (Saber) form and applications
Jian (Straight Sword) form and applications
Qiang (Spear) form and applications
Form techniques as qigong
Golden Rooster BaDuanJin
12 Yin, and Yang
The Daoist Health Qigong series is a progressive programme of proven traditional Qigong techniques, which guide practitioners towards improving their feelings of health and well being.
Our Daoist Qigong sets help to regain and maintain the flexibility, mobility, and well- being you were meant to have.
Passed from a tradition of Daoist masters, these techniques are underpinned by a sound scientific understanding.
Daoist Qigong emphasises the harmony between movement and stillness. Relatively easy to learn yet give a tremendous benefit to the body, mind and spirit.
Practicing these exercises help to keep the body's energy flowing freely, keep the joints strong and flexible, strengthen the legs and waist, and benefit all the internal organs.
Daoist Qigong syllabus
Golden Rooster School
274 King Street
Norwich, NR1 2BL
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