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Exercise and healing for your health & well being in body, mind & spirit!

Try something new for 2017!

St Mary's Centre for the Community, Stream Close, Byfleet, KT14 7LZ  

Tai Chi & Chi Kung Tuesdays 6.00pm     

Pilates Tuesdays 6.45pm    

ChiBall  Tuesdays 7.30pm

The Function Room- Riverbourne Health, Heriot Road, Chertsey, KT16 9DR

Tai Chi & Chi Kung Thursdays 10.30am

 

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                 Inward – preservation (preserving one’s energy)  - hibernation and withdrawal – purification – regulation – sleep, rest, relaxation –storage –

                 fluidity – stamina - survival -   will power – ambition – courage – direction – reflection - memory – fear – apprehension - feeling overwhelmed -

                anxiety – complaining - paranoia

 

 

 

     

 

v          Rejuvenating chi through meditation & relaxation

v            Daily withdrawal from day to day thoughts and activities

v          The season for practising stillness and reflection to reconnect with our source

v          Listening to the intuition – how are you preserving your energy and resources?

v          Learning to adapt and flow with change – ‘go with the flow’

v          Having the courage to face fears

v          Nourishing the kidneys through rest and relaxation feeds our ability to exert our will power and ambition and feeds determination

v          A time to replenish, rest, reflect and be more aware of our sense

v         Keep movements calm and slow, quiet reflection within each movement – slow fluid movements to cultivate the art of listening and feeling

v         Relaxation( stillness) and meditation (reflection) to restore kidney chi, improve memory and concentration, reduce stress and cleanse

v         Deep breathing throughout all movements strengthens kidneys and chi flow
 

www.chi-motion.co.uk    Rosalyn Cunnane is a Member of the Register Of Exercise Professionals, Tai Chi Union of Great Britain & The British Council for Chinese Martial Arts
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