Deep Healing Daily Qigong - 8 Brocade
Deep Healing Daily Qigong addresses the existing issues in the muscles, tendons and internal organs by promoting energy movement in the area. As you practice these simple yet powerful movements you will feel your body realigning and releasing anything that no longer serves you
An ancient healing Chinese practice that was developed to move the Qi (Chi) along the body's meridians. This practice is specifically focused on releasing any blockages you might have in your body.
The Deep Healing Daily Qigong practice will use specific movements to address each of your muscle groups and organs in turn to release any blockages. The Qigong movements also relieve negative thought patterns and attachments.
Creating time to practice Qigong can have a major impact on your body's energy levels and resilience and your overall wellness.Join the Gold Membership now!
Traditional Basics - Content
In the first week you will begin by learning the basic Tai Chi position, which will help you get the Chi flowing through your body. When you learn the correct posture the energy can flow freely. Chi is our life force and the easier it can flow the more vitality you have and the more energized you feel.
In the second week you will learn important basic stances called the horse stance and the warrior stance. You need to start practicing those stances to build up muscle memory and strength.
In the third lesson, you will start to work with the energy we call Chi otherwise known as Qi and you will recognise how it feels when it is flowing to your hands.
The fourth week you will learn another important stance called the resting stance. This will help you make important transitions between the other Tai Chi postures.
In weeks 5 - 9 you will learn to do variations of the Tai Chi walk. First you will learn how to walk forward and backwards. In the weeks that follow you will learn how to add the arms in synchronization with the walk.
For weeks 10 - 12 of the course new drills will be added promote better synchronization between the arms and the legs as well as balance while walking in the ways of Tai Ch. You will get used to transitioning between the stances and building up your coordination.
All the lessons have fun free flowing videos to support your practice.
When you join the Traditional Basics course you will get access to the private Facebook group where you can get extra support from Leia, ask her questions and get support from her with the course.
Now we are mixing up the levels in the LIve zoom class and you came come each week with questions that Leia will answer after the 30 minute Freestyle practice.
The Benefits of The Traditional Tai Chi Basics Course
In the Traditional Basics course we approach the ancient study of Tai Chi step by step. Starting with the most basic movements you learn how to position your body correctly, prevent possible injuries and get the energy flowing. As you learn more and more advanced poses you will begin to understand your body on a whole new level.
This helps to create positive habits that you can maintain for the rest of your life.
There are important principles in the traditional way of practicing Tai Chi. In today’s sedentary society our bodies suffer from a lack of movement. When you are ready to make lasting changes in your body these principles will help unblock your stored energy. Your body will feel stronger and more powerful within 12 weeks of dedicated practice.
Connect to your life force, be more mindful and embrace your body with more vitality.
Three Courses in one Membership:
Start learning the important fundamentals of Tai Chi and you will be ready to learn the 8 step form.
Basic Tai Chi posture
Horse and Warrior Stance
Feeling the Chi
Waving Hands Like Clouds
Tai Chi walking
Brush knee and Push
Separating Heaven and Earth
Yin Yang Theory
8 Broade Qigong
Once you have learned the basics Any good Tai Chi practice is accompanied by at least one Qigong form. Stretching and releasing tension to improve flexilibity.
Two Hands Hold up the Heavens
Shoot the Bow with the Arrow
Separate Heaven and Earth
The Hawk Gazes backwards
Shake the Head Shake the Tail
Chest opening stretch
Punching with Fierce eyes
Two hands touch the feet
5 element theory related to the movements listed above
8 Step Form
Finally your reward for all your dedication, perserverance and practice is to to learn this fun and easy entry level Ta Chi 8 Step form.
Hold the Ball Right/Left
The Crane Spreads it's Wings
Brush knee and Push
Play the Lutte
Tai Chi walking backwars
Waving Hands Like Clouds
Grasp and Flip
What Leia's students are saying...
Tom Murphy (July 2019)
Hi Leia, this is so great, I am having such a great time working through the Traditional Basics course. I am actually a little ahead of this schedule. I think possible since I've been doing Tai Chi for a few months before taking your course. Also I have always had good leg strength and so the leg movements are a little easier for me. And, the movements just seem to be right to me, I don't have to think about the hands and feet as that just seem to know where to go. I need to write down the modules and videos I've already watched as I can get lost with where I am in the course. I am not trying to rush things here, I do want to get it right and correct to tradition.You are such a good teacher, it is easy to follow along and I find that the questions I come up with after watching the first time and doing the movements, are answered when I watch the second time. Thank you for helping me on this journey.
Cherlynne Sweet (March 2019)
Thank-you, I have just signed up for the full course, and am enjoying it tremendously. I just turned 66 and have been looking for something, other than walking and bike riding. Thai Chi is something that I can do at home or on the beach, and still be able to enjoy the feelings of being connected. You have done a wonderful job in instructing and relaying the necessary benefits. My partner and I owned a health store in the Okanagan for 25 years, and have been using herbs and organic food for decades. Even though my body is in good shape, I felt that I was missing something. As one gets older we start to lose our posture and elasticity. Tai Chi has regained my flexibility and endurance. I send my love and compassion. keep up the excellent work Leia!