Tai Chi is a mind-body exercise originating in ancient China

It started as a famous martial art and is now practiced around the world as an effective exercise for health.

Tai Chi can be many things for different people.  Regular practice improves your well-being.

A moving meditation in the form of a series of gentle exercises that create harmony between the mind and body.

The ultimate purpose is to cultivate our inner life energy (qi) to flow smoothly and powerfully through the body. This is a spiritual experience, as much as a physical one.

Movements are fluid, graceful, circular, and slow. Breathing is deep, aiding visual and mental concentration. This relaxes the body and allows the life force to flow freely.
This practice is so effective because it consists of exercises that are equally balanced between yin and yang

(opposite forces that complement each other, such as dark and light, or female and male).

Tai Chi is easy to learn

Many people embark on a life-long journey to deepen their experience, as there are always new levels of understanding to uncover. This is part of the appeal.

Tai Chi can be practiced almost anywhere and the cost of learning is relatively low. It’s suitable for anyone because exertion levels can be adjusted to suit your physical condition.


Qigong can be described as a mind-body-spirit practice that improves one’s mental and physical health

By integrating posture, movement, breathing technique, self-massage, sound, and focused intent. Qigong opens the flow of energy in meridians used in acupuncture and Chinese medicine. It enhances our ability to feel the Life Force underlying the physical world and to deepen our communication with it.

Physically, slow gentle qigong movements warm tendons, ligaments, and muscles

Tonify vital organs and connective tissue; and promote circulation of body fluids (blood, synovial, lymph). Thousands of studies have shown qigong is effective in helping to heal life challenges ranging from high blood pressure and chronic illness to emotional frustration, mental stress, and spiritual crisis.