ABOUT THIS EVENT
The 108-move Dragon’s Breath Sequence taught in this tai chi course is designed to ground awareness into the body and into the present moment, away from the problems and stresses of the mind. With continuous movements and breath awareness, you will be guided through this active meditation, which will leave you with improved clarity and stability of mind & body.
Vishrant Tai Chi is a practice which embraces the Yin principle of Taoism, bringing to life the qualities of openness, receptivity and non-resistance in every movement. Gentleness and softness are embraced as part of the mindful dance that Tai Chi is.
In practicing Vishrant Tai Chi, the practitioner generates subtle Chi energy and can become aware of its flow through the body. The slow, flowing movements of this sequence help circulate Chi in the body which has the potential to strengthen the body and calm the mind.
Join us for this 10-week course introducing the Dragon’s Breath sequence & experience the benefits of Vishrant Tai Chi:
- Ground awareness into the body
- Develop present-moment awareness and mindfulness
- Find inner peace
- Relieve pressure and stress
- Improve physical and mental balance
- Leave feeling revitalised and rejuvenated
OTHER INFORMATION & BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
PRICE & TIMING
Price: $99 per person + Eventbrite Booking Fee for all 10 weeks
Children 10-16 are welcome (half price)
Date: Thursdays 5th September – 7th November 2019
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm
Location: 64 Canns Road, Bedfordale WA 6112
Phone: 0418 229 662
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Tai Chi Instructor
Tosh is a dedicated practitioner of mindfulness and meditation. Realising the benefits of being in touch with inner stillness and silence, he loves to share his passion for meditation with others. He is devoted to living a life of service.
Tosh is a mathematics and physics teacher who has found mindfulness to be an invaluable part of his life. He has completed the Mindfulness Training course at Restful Waters and is currently training to become a mindfulness teacher for school children.