Greetings, you are invited to join like-minded individuals who are committed to the improvement of their physical, mental and spiritual health and are interested in the exploration and practice of the art of tai chi and qigong. Note: This group is open to the public, you do not need to join Meetup to attend. Typical class size is 5-10. Just contact me prior to showing up to confirm meeting. Class fee is $10: Jason@jasonchanproductions.com
Tai chi is a complete, wellness system originating from Chinese martial arts (Wushu, Kungfu). The gentle flowing movements are integrated with philosophical teachings from Taoism and Buddhism as a means of spiritual cultivation. Although this group’s primarily focus is on tai chi we will also explore various Chinese arts such as massage (Tui na), acupressure and lion dance and drumming.
Mountain View Tai chi and qigong combines the popular Yang and Chen tai chi styles as well as the “chi” cultivating practice of qigong. The “chi” is the life force energy or can be thought of as bio electric aspect of ourselves.
A unique aspect of this class is that I bring my seventeen years experience as a wellness instructor and soft tissue therapist to help guide my students towards the healing their bodies. I consider the teaching of Tai chi in itself an art and offer many innovative teaching techniques to develop a feel and understanding of the science behind the art.
There are countless physical benefits to practicing tai chi. I have personally experienced the following: Increase energy and stamina, improved metabolism and weight reduction, stronger healthier joints, reduced stiffness and pain in low back, neck, shoulders, reduction of stress effects, and a fuller sense of self in relationship to nature and community.
Mountain View Classes: Sundays 10-11:30a.m. Whisman Sports Center 1500 W. Middlefield Rd. Rain does NOT cancel classes since there is shelter there.
Menlo Park Class: Looking for new practice location...contact me with your suggestions!
Class Fee: $10 per class
Classes are out doors with the benefit of the natural chi of surrounding trees and nature. At Whisman here is shelter from rain and access to clean restrooms and drinking fountains.
No experience is necessary, all levels are welcome. RSVPing to any event on here is acknowledging your healthy enough to participate and assuming ALL responsibility for your own safety and health. We assume absolutely NO responsibility for loss, injury or incidents incurred at any event or meet posted on this site. Ask me about private lessons. Blessings of Peace to You, Jason