During the lockdown due to Covid-19, Club Chi has moved its sessions online.
It's important that we all stay safe and stay well, however at times like this, we can often feel anxious and overwhelmed. These feelings can affect your immune system if left to escalate, so please tune into your body and gain a sense of how you feel mentally, emotionally and physically.
At CLUB CHI, we're here for you ❤️
Offering a range of free 20-minute sessions, as well as 60-minute sessions and 1:1 sessions of Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi.
Performing the gentle movements of Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi can help calm your mind, relax the body, assist your immune system, as well as your digestive, circulatory and lymphatic systems too.
We'd love for you to join us! We're here to help - not only with your health and wellbeing, but to keep us all connected too ❤️💚
Please visit our website: CLUB CHI to book your place
Tai Chi Qigong - What Is It?
Many people have heard of Tai Chi and conjure up an image in their minds when they think of it. Qigong is a style of Tai Chi and translates as 'energy' (Qi) 'work' (Gong).
The tradition of Qigong practised by CLUB CHI is Medical Qigong, from which the Shibashi set is derived. Tai Chi Qigong calms, stimulates, revitalises, relaxes, re-balances and strengthens - it encompasses the yin and yang of all things.
Tai Chi Qigong is a Healing Art and the Chinese will perform Qigong to help with a range of health-related issues, including: insomnia, indigestion, lethargy, mental exhaustion, depression and anxiety, rheumatism and arthritis.
Visit the CLUB CHI website to find out more and to book yourself onto one of the sessions currently on offer.
There are currently 2 in-person sessions on offer. These are:
Who Can It Help?
The movements within Tai Chi Qigong are performed slowly and gently, yet teach your body balance and co-ordination. The softness of each movement in Qigong moves away from the Western approach of 'no pain, no gain' and feeling you must push yourself to the limits to gain benefit. Tai Chi Qigong focuses on strengthening the body evenly - both inside and out.
The 3 aspects of Tai Chi Qigong are meditation, movement and breathing. The movements are 'energy meditations' which are therapeutic as they calm yet refresh the body and mind. Additional positives of Tai Chi Qigong are:
When performing Tai Chi Qigong and having focus on the gentle movements, it acts to calm the mind and quiet the 'chatter'. Additionally, where some find static, seated meditation more difficult, the movement element of Tai Chi Qigong and it being easy to learn, makes it a complete wellbeing experience for all.
Is Tai Chi Qigong for Me?
Tai Chi Qigong is for EVERYONE! Male, Female, the young or more mature - Tai Chi Qigong is for all ages and abilities.
Easy to learn and able to be adapted, this low-impact movement therapy really can benefit anyone who is keen to learn this Healing Art, with the NHS recognising the many benefits to be gained.
A new way of working with your body, which calms the mind and the breath and which really can be the perfect tonic in this busy world we live in.