Start the journey of finding the balance in life through breathing therapy, movement therapy, meditation therapy, and many other healthy lifestyle choices and techniques that can help you truly transform your life. At The Yoga Chi, we offer movement and energy healing classes with the focus on one’s physical, mental and spiritual health — to awaken your inner healer.

Everything in the universe is made of matter, and, so everything in the universe or what we see around us is made of tiny atoms. Reactions that occur within atoms produce energy or Qi (also pronounced and spelled Chi) that promotes change. Chi stands for a ‘vital energy.’ According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, a balanced Chi is vital to one’s good physical and mental health. The foundation of any practice, spiritual, martial, or medical is built on energy, breath and awareness. Yoga, Qigong (also pronounced and spelled ChiGong, ChiKung, ChiGung) and Tai Chi are ancient energy practices and physical disciplines that utilize meditation, deliberate movement, slow breathing, mental concentration, and visualizations.

Yoga is a holistic approach towards health and wellbeing that forms a part of Ayurveda — one of the world’s oldest whole-body healing systems. It is an ancient practice that traces roots centuries back to Vedic traditions and Hindu texts, the common heritage of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. Yoga has an amazing power to calm the mind and give the ability to cope with tension with a peaceful mind, grace and ease.

Qigong aka Chinese yoga is an ancient Chinese internal martial arts system that integrates physical postures, breathing techniques, focused intention, and meditation. This centuries-old healing system is an outstanding legacy of Chinese culture as well as an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is the foundation and basis of the martial arts — such as Tai Chi (Taiji) and Kung Fu (often referred to as Gongfu or Wushu).

Treat yourself and the special people in your life with custom designed The Yoga Chi sessions to celebrate the flow of life and wellness. Better wellness = higher wellbeing!

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