Qigong and Tai Chi Quan are both recognized as preventative therapy exercises.
Although Tai Chi is slow and gentle and does not leave you out of breath, it targets the key components of fitness.
Tai Chi Quan practice teaches you how to maintain a balance between the two principles of Yin and Yang, as well as Quan as Balance.
You should apply the concepts you learn in Tai Chi Quan to everything you do in life.
Certain requirements are essential prior to the commencement of any form of movement practice. This prevents any gently / soft injury from occurring during practice. View our Silver Membership courses; for elementary foundation concepts.
You’ll learn how to:
- Reduce injury with correct posture alignment
- Increase clarity, productivity & efficiency
- Improve balance and circulation
- Experience more mobility and flexibility
- Bring deep peace and relaxation
My teaching method will be comparable to how I treat patients. It’s a philosophical, all-encompassing approach. When your health is on the line, you can’t afford to be harsh. This course is for anyone looking to learn further about Tai Chi Quan and improve their own self-care and practice. Because it is a Tai Chi Quan Course, we must examine several aspects of attaining success. We’ll talk about the fundamentals, though perhaps not as much as many of you expect. Sequences or set movements, techniques, philosophy, self-care, how to recognize self-practice, as well as how to apply the knowledge you’ll gain in this Tai Chi Quan Course will all be discussed.
There is so much more to learn from this Tai Chi Quan Course, and you will have to use it as a platform for future learning. You have to recognize that Tai Chi Quan is quite a diverse self-care practice, and you may always learn new strategies to improve your skills. Nothing, in my opinion, could make people happier than discovering new methods to join in this never-ending process of investigation. All of these lessons are, of course, based on my own personal experience. Because I want you to understand, I’ve included personal experiences as a major component of this course.
How I, Dr. Jeff Lan, learned this thing, why I think it’s significant, and how this experience can help you see particular positions, patterns, and procedures through my eyes. There are a lot of personal details—of course, regarding my approaches and how I prepared for them—and I believe that this is the appropriate mix to help you get through this extremely difficult process. While people frequently talk about one person being more talented but another being a hard worker, hard work is a talent because hard effort indicates that you keep trying, you keep fighting, and you know how not to quit under pressure.
Even if you fail, you don’t give up; you just keep going. You persevere in your efforts. And only the combination of innate skill, natural ability to activate wellness or finish a task, combined with a talent to work hard, provides a winning combination. I will consider this Tai Chi Quan Course a success if I can motivate you to learn about things other than the movements of Tai Chi Quan. If you feel enlightened, motivated, and inspired—and I hope that with this course, I can inspire you to love practicing Tai Chi Quan as much as I do— Almost as much as I do, to be precise. This is my Tai Chi Quan Course, and my name is Dr. Jeff Lan.
Lessons are guided steps with Dr. Jeff Lan in the form of; video tutorials, talks, pdf documents. Ensuring that nothing gets lost along the way.