About the Course
Tai Chi is ideal for those seeking gentle, rehabilitative exercise, to relieve stress, or to study inner power through calmness.
Tai Chi is a form of moving meditation that is normally practiced with slow, relaxed and flowing movements. This art is ideal for those seeking gentle, rehabilitative exercise, to relieve stress, or to study inner power through calmness. It is a non-impact exercise that stresses the importance of grace, balance, and fluidity of motion. Tai Chi is a moving form of meditation where precision movements and controlled breathing are synchronized to enable the practitioner to flow with the direction of energy in and around the body. Tai Chi has beneficial effects similar to those of western aerobic exercise, minus the stresses and strains. This could account for its recent surge in popularity in the West.
Tai Chi offers a variety of quality-of-life benefits, such as improved cognitive ability, decreased levels of anxiety, depression, stress, and muscular tension, improved circulation, speed of rehabilitation following surgery, injury, or serious illness, and enhanced energy combined with an overall sense of well-being. Master Yung Chi Chung is also well known for his teachings of Tai Chi. If you would like more information or schedule for a private lesson please contact us through any of the 3 branches that are available.
Master Chung and Staff
A 31st generation disciple of the Shaolin Temple, he is a master of Shaolin kung fu and chi kung. In addition to his many successes in competitions around the world,