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Tai Chi and Chi Gong Open Class Practice of Chi Gong pain relief exercises.
Tuesday, October 29th at 18:20
Mitzpeh Nevo 102
The class is guided by Bruce Dublin -
Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine practitioner, specialising in pain issues and gynecology.
Tai Chi and Chi Gong certified trainer, the establisher of the Tai Chi and Chi Gong Program in Maale Adumim.
"Tai Chi and Chi Gong are ancient Chinese practices,
meditation in motion, that are improving
the functioning of the internal organs
and the flexibility of the whole body"
Whether or not you have a prior experience of Tai Chi and Chi Gong, you are invited to join the upcoming open class, that will include an introduction to Tai Chi and Chi Gong health benefits and practical exercises.
What's in the program?
Practical exercises - practicing Tai Chi and Chi Gong for an hour
The Chi Gong practice will include exercises for pain relief for low back, upper back, neck, shoulders etc..
Q&A session on the topic of Tai Chi and Chi Gong practices and Chinese Medicine
When and Where is the class taking place?
The open class will take place on Tuesday 29.10.19, between 18:20-19:30, in recreation room in Pnei Shmuel synagogue, Mitzpeh Nevo 102, Maale Adumim
What is the cost of participation in the open class?
The participation in the open class is Free!
So there is no reason to hesitate..
*There is a limited number of places
*There is no need in prior experience. The class fits beginners as well as experiences students.
Please pay attention!
Only 10 places remained
The number of remaining places is getting updated once a day
Here are some of our students feedbacks:
״I participate in Tai Chi classes for many years already. I love Tai Chi and the way Bruce teaches it.״
״I participate in Tai Chi classes for more than 4 years. I love the classes a lot and always feel that they fill me with me the energy. Wish the classes to be more often than once a week. Bruce is very experienced and knowledgeable teacher, extremely patient as well. Thank you very much Bruce! ״
״I learn Tai Chi with Bruce for several years already and love the classes a lot! Tai Chi is like a dance. I feel very good after each class. ״
״Great Class! With special attention to each participant from an experienced teacher. Relaxing, rejuvenating, helps with flexibility, strength and balance! Much recommended! ״
״Tai Chi is an amazing practice! It restores the proper energy flow in the body. It is very important who your teacher is and we are very lucky to have Bruce as our teacher! I have a feeling of lightness and health after each class.״
Sarah Libah Lurie
״From the first classes it is easy to see that Bruce is very high level teacher that knows to build a relationship with each student. I learn Tai Chi for 5 months only and without speaking either Hebrew or English. And still, I learned a lot. I learned a very beautiful Tai Chi dance which feels like physical and spiritual in one. With every passing lesson I realise that it gives me sort of personal protection, internal peace and harmony. ״
״Tai Chi class with Bruce is one of my favourites. I always have a feeling of balance, relaxation and happiness at the end of the class. Tai Chi is like a meditation in motion with beautiful and gracious slow movements. Chi Gong and the stretches are very helpful with different aches and help a lot with relaxation. Bruce is a great teacher that guides and benefits each student on his level. He also shares very valuable information and tips on a good health maintenance according to Chinese Medicine philosophy. Great Class! Relaxing and boosting with a good new fresh energy. Warm recommendations to join!״
״I joined the class two months ago. The atmosphere is very pleasant on the classes.״
״Bruce's Tai Chi class gives a rich and varied experience, which seems beneficial to both the mind and body. The class opens with warm-up exercises that stretch nearly all the muscles in the body and get the blood flowing and the heart pumping. By the end of this, you are ready for the next part of the class, Chi Gong, which are special exercises designed to manage energy in the body and quiet the mind. Over the time that I have been in this class, I believe that these exercises (as well as the Tai Chi itself) have sensitized my body to actually feeling the energy; I often feel that my arms and hands are actually "glowing" with the energy during this part of the class. The next part of the class is devoted to Tai Chi walking, which employs certain movements of the Tai Chi form, that are done in symmetrical and repetitive ways. I find that this part of the class reinforces these movements, helping them become second nature, and also often continues the strong feeling of energy flow, in a sense connecting the Chigong and Tai Chi parts of the class. Finally, we move on to practicing the Tai Chi form. In a typical class we do, at least twice, each chapter of the form, and we learn new movements at the end as well.
As the teacher and leader of the class, Bruce is outstanding. His explanations during the course of the class include specific technical instruction on how to perform the minutiae of the Tai Chi form's movements, helpful pointers for how to improve one's movements, and explanations from his deep knowledge of Chinese medicine that can range from managing one's anger or frustration to dietary recommendations for the different seasons of the year. All of this is with a smile and a deep love for the material and concern for his students.״
Tai Chi Practice
Stretches and Chi Gong Practice
Amir Perelman talks about Tai Chi and Chi Gong on Channel 10
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