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The 3 Biggest Challenges to Advanced Tai Chi Skills – Part 1 of 3 – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

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What is Health Qi Gong – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

Qi gong can be practiced anywhere. Qi gong is the most convenient, economical and safe exercise that you can do to improve your health. The duration of each qi gong set can range from 15 minutes to 30 minutes. You can shorten or lengthen the practice by decreasing or increasing the repetitions per move. When you have limited time, it is best to perform fewer repetitions slowly as opposed to more repetitions quickly as slow movements help achieve optimal results.

易筋经 Yi Jin Jing Muscle and Tendon Changing Classic – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

Qi Gong is quite a popular class here at Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga.  People attend this course as a supplement to their tai chi training or on its own as a regular work out where they attend from once a week to three or more times per week.  Qi gong is one of our most well-attended classes. If you have never attended tai chi at our studio, we would start you with the Learning Tai Chi program to gain basic vocabulary as well as a basic understanding of internal movements.

How to Become One with Nature through Tai Chi – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

Yin/Yang and the Five Elements are all part of nature in Chinese philosophy. Everything in nature has both yin/yang and everything in nature can be categorized as one of the Five Elements.  As we practice Tai Chi with the concepts of Yin/Yang and the Five Elements in mind, we are moving towards being One with Nature.