Here is some more detail from your teachers about the topics they will be presenting at the weekend
The living system is an ‘open’ system that constantly receives and emits energy in its relationship with the environment. The accurate regulation of physiological processes occurs by means of a complex communication system, through orderly fluctuations of the electromagnetic field.
The Swimming Dragon is a method consisting of a series of connected movements, performed paying special attention to the integration and harmonisation of the systems and structure we are made of.
Through coherence and regulation we can achieve a harmonious balance (physical, mental and emotional) between body and mind.
The Biospirali method is Chi Kung using images and breathing, movements inspired by the path representing the intelligence of the cosmos: the spiral.
During this session we will practise preparatory exercises for the Biospirali and meditation.
Through breathing and some static postures we will enhance the flow of life, bringing mind and body back to a condition of balance.
Applications within the pushing hands frame work.
Coordination and synchronicity.
Seizing the stance.
‘Master Calligrapher makes his mark’ is a Qigong sequence of 6 moves inspired by calligraphic strokes.
Ba Gua Spiralling Palms
Foundation patterns for Ba Gua’s characteristic spiralling movements.
A Qigong sequence that coordinates the breath and the tracing of the body’smeridian lines.
The art of hand gestures and articulations to help imbue your movement with meaning.
A practical expression of the saying ‘rooted in the feet, directed by the hips, expressed through the hand’.
Modality and priority in the construction of a correct Taiji posture
What to consider improving the practice of postures.
The concrete experience of internal work
A short journey, alone and in pairs to try to concretize in a real and perceptible experience of internal work.
Six Healing Sounds
Working on the internal balance of the Organs, removing blocks and fostering circulation.
A “classic” at TCC since 1996. A quick way to tonification and relaxation of body, mind and spirit.
Movement in Stillness
Basic Taoist meditation and standing stake from the Wudang Pai style. Finding internal movement within the stillness practices.
Stillness in Movement
Basic standing and walking exercises from Wudang Pai Tai Chi. While the outside moves, something within is as still as a mountain. This is the source of your power.
Shibashi Set 3
Shibashi Set 5
Tiao Shen, regulation of the mind
Tai Chi Ruler
An introduction to working with the Tai Chi Ruler
(I have plenty of Tai Chi Rulers!)
Yin Yang Flowing Hands
An exercise in sensing hands for connection and flow.
Six Direction Qigong
What it says on the tin.