Tai Chi or Qigong at home, in the workplace or for seniors
If you are looking for a Tai Chi or Qigong Instructor to come to your retirement home, your home or your workplace we have a team of instructors who is mobile in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, and Calgary. Would you like to offer your employees a session on stress relief and well-being? Or perhaps you are looking for a qualified instructor to come to your home or senior home saving you both the time searching for an instructor and the trouble of travelling to and from a studio.
Contact us for the trouble-free convenience of a Tai Chi or Qigong class given by a professional instructor. Join the many employers who offer corporate Tai Chi as a benefit to their workforce, a benefit that increases productivity, and reduces stress-related absenteeism.
What is Tai Chi?
Tai Chi, also known as Tai Chi Chuan, is an ancient Chinese martial art and a mind-body exercise. It is characterized by slow, flowing movements, deep breathing, and a focus on mental concentration. Tai Chi is often practiced for its health benefits, as well as for self-defense and meditation.
The origins of Tai Chi can be traced back to ancient China, and it is believed to have been developed by a Taoist monk named Zhang Sanfeng. The practice combines martial arts techniques with philosophical principles, such as the concept of yin and yang and the flow of energy known as Qi (pronounced "chee").
What is Qigong?
Qigong (pronounced chee-gong) is an ancient Chinese practice that combines movement, breath control, and meditation to cultivate and balance the body's energy. The word "qi" (also spelled "chi") refers to the life force or vital energy that is believed to flow through all living beings, while "gong" means work or skill. Therefore, qigong can be translated as "cultivating the energy" or "working with the energy."
Qigong encompasses a wide range of practices that have been developed and refined over thousands of years in China. It is considered a form of traditional Chinese medicine and is closely related to concepts and principles found in acupuncture, tai chi, and martial arts. Qigong exercises typically involve gentle movements, coordinated breathing techniques, visualization, and mental focus.
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