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Introduction to Tai Chi and Qigong

The human body produces the most profound medicine within naturally. Qigong and Tai Chi are time-tested methods for activating this incredible capacity. And the range of application is immense, from personal challenges such as chronic illness to cultural challenges such as violence and addiction.

From health care and personal productivity to education and spirituality, Qi cultivation arts help us to breakthrough our personal and cultural barriers to health and inner peace. The beauty of these practices are their seeming simplicity and application for diverse situations and needs.

In the West, traditionally we have had only one kind of medicine--the treatment of disease. In the Chinese medical approach, prevention of disease is emphasized and is accomplished by healthy lifestyle changes such as nutrition, meditation, Tai Chi and Qigong. Fortunately, the global tide is changing and now Tai Chi and Qigong are utilized alone as a tool for self-care or a complementary method along with acupuncture or Western medical regimens.

Learn more about Tai Chi for Health and see some demonstrations of Tai Chi Easy™ , a simplified form of Tai Chi

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Photo Courtesy of Omega Institute

 

Dr. Roger Jahnke leading the Qigong meditation by the lake at the 2003 Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi Teacher Training at Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, New York.

 

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