The Taijiquan (Tai Chi Chuan) 太极拳, Pinyin: Taijiquan, a so-called Chinese is internal martial art. The taijiquan is not "just" exercise, qigong (chikung), moving meditative and slow-motion physical training; it is potent healing practice which helps to generate a strong, healthy and disease - free body.
Tai Chi is related to (and which are also based) martial arts outside of the (traditional) Chinese medicine and qigong, and Taoism and the base of the Yijing(Book of Changes).
There are many different styles or families of Tai Chi Chuan. The five which are practiced most commonly today are the Yang, Chen, Wu , Sun, and Woo styles. All Tai Chi styles, however are derived from the original Chen family style.
Some people believe that Tai Chi was developed by a Taoist Priest from a temple in China's Wu Dong Mountains. The legend said that he once observed a white crane preying on a snake, and mimicked their movements to create the unique Tai Chi martial art style. Initially, Tai Chi was practiced as a fighting form, emphasizing strength, balance, flexibility, and speed. Through time it has evolved into a soft, slow, and gentle form of exercise which can be practiced by people of all ages.
'Qin' or 'Chi' means energy. In Yoga, it is called 'Prana'. 'Gong' or 'Kung' means work. Therefore, Qigong means the exercise of your internal energy and it is a 5,000-year-old Chinese healing technique that boost natural immunity as well as prevent and treat ill health.
The benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong are increasingly recognized for enhancing fitness in mind and body, developing vitality and helping in the cure of stress as well as degenerative and chronic diseases. Proper breathing, gentle stretching and meditative techniques as well as use of "qi" are the keys to maximize the health benefits of practicing Tai Chi and Qigong. Tai Chi & Qigong help to relax your nervous system and to achieve stillness and clarity of the mind and release stress – these techniques are antidotes to stress.Tai Chi is easy to learn and it is good practice for over weight people too. Literally millions practice Tai Chi and Qigong in China and around the world each day to boost natural immunity, gently de-stress and lift energy quickly, prevent illness and improve their health.
Tai-Chi (Taiji) & Qigong classes in English in Budapest and Dunakeszi
TAI-CHI (TAIJI) and QIGONG Classes in English in Budapest, Hungary - Taste Your Energy!!!
This Chinese martial art that combines movement and relaxation is good for both body and mind. In fact, it’s been called “meditation in motion.” Yang traditional 10 and 24 movements forms, Chen form, 42 competition form, bear hands and weapons forms and Baduanjin Qigong (breathing and stretching exercises) for beginners and advanced students.
Outdoor Tai-Chi and Qigong classes for beginners from 07:00p.m - 08:00p.m. every Monday in Budapest, on Margaret island, beside Grand Hotel, 26 Bus stop: Szállodak. Please sign into the class: email@example.com
First class is 2,500Ft, monthly pass 10,000Ft. Classes are in the International group, available in English and Hungarian.
Tai-Chi and Qigong classes for Breast cancer patients in Budapest, SOTE Oncology Clinic, VIII district, Tömő ut. 25-29, Budapest
From 4:300p.m -5:30p.m. every second Monday at "Pink Bolero" breast cancer supporting group in Hungarian ( free of charge).
TAI-CHI (TAIJI) and QIGONG Classes in Dunakeszi
Private Tai-Chi and Qigong classes for beginners. To register for the classes, please send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Training's are available in English and Hungarian.
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Hungarian Taiji Cultural Center
Ljiljana Foki has studied Taiji (Tai-Chi) and Qigong for the last 16 years. She is a certified Tai-Chi jiaolian (teacher). She is a multiple champion of Hungarian and International Cups on the Tai-Chi competitions. Ljiljana Foki is a member of Hungarian Taiji Cultural Center, which Founder is Shifu Duan Zhichao .
The Hungarian Taiji Cultural Center, Budapest, Hungary is the association founded in 2001 to help in learning and practicing of the Taijiquan and understanding the closely related Chinese culture.
"We practice Taiji to be healthy and happy, because it is simply good." Shifu Duan Zhichao