“Once you conquer that you are going to feel the bliss, you are going to feel good and you are going to get the best energy out of it that you can have out of this.” - GrandMaster Jimmy Wong
Tai Chi: It’s no longer just for seniors. The slow fluid movement of Tai Chi is great for conditioning the body and mind.
For those interested in the internal martial arts, we offer classes on Wu (Hao) Taiji. Wu (Hao) Taiji is a gentle form of exercise with an emphasis on focus, relaxation, and proper posture. From a martial perspective, Wu (Hao) Taiji is effective due to its focus on smaller, connected movements generating immense power and the concept of softness overcoming hardness. Our Sifu, Grandmaster Jimmy K. Wong, is the sixth generation direct lineage of the Wu Yu-Xiang Wu(Hao) Tai Chi system.
According to Stress in America survey, 75% of American adults feel high levels of stress every month. For some, it actually turns into full blown panic disorder.
Study shows Tai Chi reduces stress and anxiety, while increasing energy, flexibility, and agility. Some evidence shows that it improves joint pain.
Tai Chi, also referred to as Tai Chi Chuan and Taijiquan, is the ultimate health and defense system started by a Chinese Sage by the name of Chang San-Feng. The movements throughout the the entire Tai Chi form emphasize both firm and soft postures aimed at developing inner self-control.
All the movements are practiced at a slow, meditative pace in order to develop control over one’s own energy force and balances. The energy force, or Qi (chi), as the Chinese refer to it, takes natural breath control and the awareness of the body to develop. Tai Chi Chuan combines all of these healthy attributes to bring about total internal and external strength and rebuilds one’s spirit and body.
For more information about Wu(Hao) Taiji, please visit our website: http://wuhaotaiji.com/about-wuhao-taichi.php