QI GONG (pronounced “Tchi Kong”) is the father of Tai Chi Chuan and its origins go back to the beginnings of the Chinese civilization, from the ancient taoist’s gymnastics of longevity. In fact, Tai Chi Chuan is an inner martial art codified in the 17th century, created from the fusion between martial art’s techniques and Qi Gong.
QI GONG is part of one of the five branches of the traditional Chinese medicine, and means: “ Control of the vital energy “.It is a traditional Chinese gymnastics whose practice consists of slow and gentle movements, combined with breath exercises and concentration of the mind. This thousand-year-old discipline helps the circulation of the energy through the body.
QI GONG is not a martial art and its aim is always spiritual and therapeutic.
The regular practice of QI GONG:
- Calms and relaxes the mind
- Reinforces the neuromuscular system and makes it more flexible
- Optimizes all the functions of the organism
- Supports the immune system and sustains the strengths of self-recovery
- Guarantees good health and vitality
QI GONG is a practice for everybody, regardless of gender, religion, age of physical condition.
Cost per class 110 pesos; more information here.