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Shaolin Qigong and Taiji

 The great teacher Bodhidharma is credited with the creation of Shaolin Temple qi gong and kung fu in the 6th century CE. Motivated by the terrible physical condition of the monks who spent all their time meditating or copying scrolls, his two-part system promoted physical as well as spiritual fitness and became the basis for all the martial and meditative arts taught in the Shaolin Temple. These ancient practices increase physical health and vitality, enhance creativity, and can be practiced well into old age.


The Changing Tendons Exercise (Yijinjing) and Cleansing (or Transformation) of Marrow Exercise (Xisuijing) are attributed in legend to Bodhidharma during the Qing Dynasty (early 5th century A.D.). Purpose of the exercise is for preservation of overall body (internal and external) well being. Benefits include strengthening the muscles and tendons, and increasing flexibility. Practicing the forms will help prevent illness and promote conservation of body. Beneficial for people suffering from stress, indigestion, high blood pressure and arthritis.


 Modern-day life has many adults stressed out with weakened health and bodily functions. Chinese philosophy of building organ vitality, internal energy and spiritual consciousness via kung fu practices provides life nourishing foundation for longevity and lasting health. Our Masters patient guidance on stretching and breathing would significantly enhance your flexibility and harmony with Nature and in turn would boost up various organ functions.

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 Taiji is the balancing interaction of yin and yang. Under the Taiji System, Taijiquan is the form that we use to cultivate ourselves and learn to develop and understand feeling in our bodies and how to integrate that into movement. In Taijiquan practice we learn to conceal hardness within the softness of movement and learn to use our breathing through the dantian, and our intention and internal awareness to guide our movement. Contrary to the widespread misconception that Taijiquan is simply a calisthenic exercise for the elderly, it is actually a deeply internal practice that requires great dedication and a strong determination.


 The practice of all of the elements that comprise the Taiji System can help us to more deeply understand our bodies and minds and learn the methods to make them cleaner, clearer, quieter, and healthier. Taiji training teaches us not only to train our muscles, tendons, and bones, but also to train our intention, internal feeling, awareness, and power.

Training Taiji

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