Infinite Tai Chi - Meditation in movement
By focusing on the breath and the chi the body is able to balance and harmonise, creating beauty and grace.
"A wholesome discipline for perfect harmony in life, wherein lies all our joy, happiness, health, abundance, compassion and love."
"Knowledge in harmony is called constant. Constant knowledge is called wisdom. Increase of life is called felicity. The mind directing the body is called strength."
Giles, Lionel, 2008, The Sayings of Lao-Tzu, Wilder Publications Ltd.
Calms the mind and body therefore it can have the benefit of stabilising the heart rate which can be accelerated by stress.
Can improve circulation allowing for more flexibility throughout the body to develop, thus encouraging the individual to live life in a more harmonious way.
Assists in the aligning of the spine creating greater balance and control. Therefore, it can improve posture and alleviate aches and pains. The body can be strengthened.
The energy (chi) work of Chi Kung helps to "open" the meridians (the channels or pathways) which run through the body connecting with the different organs and tissues. This may help the blood to "flow" more freely which can strengthen the life force of the individual.
"Infinite" Tai Chi and Chi Kung can assist in the promotion of healing to take place enhancing a sense of well-being. It reduces stress and assists in the balancing of the emotional, mental, physical and spiritual forces within the body.
Embracing "Infinite" Tai Chi and Chi Kung (sometimes spelt Qi Gong or Chi Gung) is a valuable supportive discipline.