Qigong is an esoteric art, a dynamic game of alternation and search for balance, a balance that is fleeting, fluid, eternal, but rooted deep within the earth, human-centered and extending to heaven!
Qigong invites you to discover the deeper levels step by step, like an adventure with hidden treasures, where all the laws and nuances of mechanics, anatomy, meditation, philosophy, our vital energy are contained! Movement with stillness, relaxation with dynamics, action with retreat, yin with yang, cause body, spirit and mind to expand, cooperate, complement each other and bring joy, well-being and empowerment, with an approach holistic.
Qigong can provide many benefits to musicians, including improving posture and body alignment, reducing stress and anxiety, increasing focus and concentration, connecting with and relaxing the breath, and improving blood circulation, helping to reduce of muscle tension and pain, after long-term study of the instrument.
Overall, incorporating Qigong into a musician’s practice routine can help promote physical and mental well-being and improve overall performance and enjoyment of music.
All of the above benefits also apply to children, where Qigong can become a fun and exciting way for them to learn new skills, explore their creativity and imagination, develop better balance, coordination, flexibility and strength, promoting overall their physical health.
Qigong exercises can help children relax and calm their minds, offering an alternative and more internal approach to the world of martial arts, which so fascinates and intrigues them, broadening awareness, not just of their bodies but also for nature itself, its rhythm and changes, which quietly and miraculously regulate all aspects of life.
Tai Chi is an internal Chinese martial art where each posture flows into the next without pause, with the body in constant motion, with a constant alternation of the Yin and Yang element. Tai Chi is sometimes described as meditation in motion because it promotes calmness through gentle movement, connecting the mind and body, with an emphasis on posture, balance, range of motion and breathing.