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Exercise system

The exercises I propose are based on various teachings of Tai Chi Qi Gong and Taoist yoga.

Tai Chi It is one of the most perfect works of Chinese philosophy and culture. It is based on Taoist philosophy contained in the Tao Te Ching and I-Ching (The Book of the Way and Virtue and the Book of Changes), Kung Fu combat techniques and Qi Gong (Chi Kung) health exercises.

Tai Chi Chuan was created centuries ago in China as an effective martial art. However, the enormous health benefits of training this martial art were quickly appreciated.

It is the art of self-improvement by learning to control your own body and mind.

Tai Chi is an excellent tool for improving health and relaxing the body and mind. Coordination of the work of various parts of the body while performing Tai Chi, thanks to the full involvement of consciousness, allows you to achieve a state of physical and mental relaxation. Regular practice will make you happier, calmer, stronger and younger. It can also bring a wide range of benefits to the muscular, skeletal and circulatory systems. The fluid movements of Tai Chi also serve as moving meditation, which reduces stress and provides the basis for improving the body and mind.

It is believed that through Tai Chi training one can achieve "the flexibility of a child, the strength of a lumberjack and the mind of a sage."

Buddha statue

"To a calm mind the whole universe surrenders."

Lao Tzu

Qi Gong is the healing side of Tai Chi. It is an ancient practice of movement meditation, one of the foundations of Chinese Medicine. It evens out breathing, engages the body and sharpens awareness (mindfulness). It improves well-being by allowing Qi (energy) to flow freely through the body. Like other forms of meditation and self-development methods, Qi Gong has many health benefits, including:​

- activating the body's self-healing ability (helps the immune system)

- an effective form of relaxation and release from stress in the body

- helps regulate emotional response in any situation

- improves concentration

- strengthens muscles

- improves the functioning of the cardiovascular system

- allows you to better control your thoughts (thanks to which you can replace negative thoughts with positive ones, it gives you the opportunity to let go of beliefs that limit you)

Qi Gong literally means "skill" of Qi. Qi is a difficult word to translate. Some people translate Qi as breathing because many styles combine Qi with breathing. You may also hear it described as life force or energy.

My mission is to improve your health, reduce stress and eliminate its effects, increase body and mind awareness, achieve internal harmony and overall balance.

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