Tai Chi Effect

Tai Chi & Qigong Courses in Sussex

Feeling Your Chi – Joint Opening and Circling Hands

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Saturday 24th March 2018
2pm to 5pm
Brighthelm Centre
North Rd,
East Sussex,

We will be holding an extended 3 hour session focusing on opening and closing the joints, coupled with Circling Hands to promote and increase the feeling of chi within the body.

Opening and closing the joints is a key component of Tai Chi and Qigong; it involves feeling and tapping into the natural pulse of the body, having chi flow through the body, and expanding and contracting the synovial fluid between your joints. It’s a great way of amplifying the health benefits of Tai Chi & Qigong and for getting extra power into your body. Opening and closing the joints can also be especially helpful for people with arthritis, because it helps to bring heat out of the joints. The body tends to have more energy, heal quicker and have much better circulation when it pulses naturally.

Circling Hands is a simple set of movements where you essentially makes circles with your hands, but as with all things in Tai Chi and Qigong, it’s not just your hands that are moving, the whole body starts to lengthen and open, then gather in and close. The movements and shapes of Circling Hands lends itself to the opening and closing of the joints extremely well and is the perfect accompanying exercise when we’re learning to open and close. A good chiropractor in hove like Horizon Chiropractic would understand the benefits to the joints.

This course is open to beginners and you do not have to be a student at The Tai Chi Effect to attend.

I qualified as a Tai Chi instructor with the Lineage Grand Master, Bruce Frantzis and am a certified instructor with The Tai Chi Union of Great Britain. Learn more about me.

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The cost of the course is £30

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