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Qi gong / Yoga Studio

all level friedly. Class is suitable for people who recover from injury. At the studio first floor

  • 7 British pounds
  • Yoko Yoga Studio

Service Description

Tai Chi and Qi Gong are both ancient Chinese practices that focus on cultivating and balancing the flow of energy (Qi or Chi) within the body, promoting health, vitality, and a sense of well-being. While they share some similarities, they also have distinct characteristics. 1. **Tai Chi (Taiji)**: - Tai Chi is a martial art that originated in China, often practiced for its health benefits. - It consists of a series of slow, flowing movements and postures, usually performed in a meditative state. - Each movement is connected to the next in a continuous, smooth sequence, emphasizing balance, alignment, and relaxation. - Tai Chi promotes physical strength, flexibility, coordination, and mental clarity. - It is often described as "moving meditation" because of its focus on mindfulness and concentration. - Tai Chi has various styles, such as Yang, Chen, Wu, and Sun styles, each with its own unique characteristics and movements. 2. **Qi Gong (Qigong)**: - Qi Gong is a broader term that encompasses various Chinese mind-body practices aimed at cultivating Qi. - It includes a wide range of techniques, such as gentle movements, breathing exercises, meditation, and visualization. - The primary goal of Qi Gong is to balance and enhance the flow of Qi through the body's energy channels (meridians). - Qi Gong can be practiced for health maintenance, healing, martial arts, spiritual growth, or a combination of these purposes. - Unlike Tai Chi, Qi Gong exercises can be static or dynamic, and they may focus more on specific health issues or energy cultivation techniques. - There are numerous styles and forms of Qi Gong, including medical Qi Gong, martial Qi Gong, and spiritual Qi Gong. Both Tai Chi and Qi Gong are considered holistic approaches to health and well-being, emphasizing the interconnectedness of the mind, body, and spirit. They are practiced by millions of people worldwide for their physical, mental, and emotional benefits, as well as their potential to promote longevity and vitality.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations before 2 hours the start of the classes are free.

Contact Details

  • Yoko Yoga Studio, Palolem, Canacona, Goa, India


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