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T'ai Chi Qigong

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T'ai Chi Qigong Class Subsidised by Active in the Community Aylesbury Mondays 11:00-12:00

The original ancient T'ai Chi Qigong exercises taught in our classes were designed for martial (military) artists to perfect the skills, balance and power needed for swordsmanship. Over the centuries many different styles have flourished incorporating mindfulness and medicinal approaches to the use of Qigong for overall health and wellness. All forms of T'ai Chi have the original exercisies practiced in this friendly class as their basis. This mindful approach to fitness will increase strength and flexibility. Gentle martial arts training for every age and ability. Improve strength. Improve stamina. Improve flexibility. Gain confidence. Lose weight. Improve muscle-tone. Increase the life-force flow of Qi. Learn ancient martial art forms for a lifetime of supple strength and wellness. Fairford Leys Community Centre, Aylesbury HP19 7HT


Qigong Class Subsidised by Active in the Community Princes Risborough Fridays 13:30-14:30

The Miraculous Healing Power of T’ai Chi Qigong?
29th June 2021 I had a massive brain haemorrhage. I was put into an induced coma and no one expected me to pull through...I did, I spent a further month in intensive care where I had further complications: meningitis, seizure, retinal aneurysm, hydrocephalus & shunt operation. Each time I came back from almost certain death. How? I believe it was T'ai Chi Qigong. I've practiced Qigong for 30 years. When I was bed-ridden in intensive care, I did Qigong as a meditation in my mind. As soon as I was able I did Qigong, with my drip and tubes next to me, in intensive care. I was deaf, blind in one eye with Terson Syndrome, paralysed in my right foot and in a pretty bad state! Today, whilst I still have brain injury issues, I'm completely recovered physically. The medics think that it's possible that my incredible recovery (especially my retina the complete resolution of which is medically unprecedented) might be down to the repetitive nature of T'ai Chi Qigong causing the reformation of neural pathways in my brain. Today I'm stronger and more flexible than ever, I'm still in recovery and have lots to overcome still with my brain injury, but Qigong has brought me back to life. Maybe it can do the same for you? Whatever the situation, I believe Qigong can help you too. £5 per session. The Wades Centre, Stratton Road, Princess Risborough HP27 9AX

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