The Tao of Spring


Taoists consider Tai Chi as one of the highest forms of Moving Meditation, harmonising Yang and Yin, and Qigong as Standing Meditation, for grounding and rooting. Together they combine fitness, flexibility, and effective ways to manage stress while at the same time giving a fantastic energy boost!  What better to step into Springtime?  Spring into Step with…

…7-STEP TAI CHI Starting 26th April
7 Tuesdays, 13 Movements, 9 Directions, 5 Elements, 3 Treasures, Yin and Yang!
Moving Meditations for Fitness + Flexibility, Build Confidence, Recapture Lost Energy, Turn Stress Into Vitality, Inner Strength for Inner Peace!  With Kris Deva North and Anamarta, Senior and Advanced Instructors Tai Chi Union for Great Britain.
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Everybody knows Tai Chi is good for you. And when Harvard Medical School, Reuters, and even the Wall Street Journal start talking about the benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong, then isn’t it time to sit up and take notice? Or, better, stand up and get going!  Now it’s even included in training for the US Marines!
Enjoy the Benefits of
* Muscle Strength, Flexibility, Balance, Aerobic Conditioning (Harvard)
* Increased mineral bone density, boosted endurance, strengthened lower body, eased depression. (Reuters)
* Boost both in alpha brain waves, suggesting relaxation, and beta waves, indicating strong focus. It has the dual benefit of relaxing you, but also sharpening your mind. ( Wall Street Journal)

All Welcome: Men, Women, Beginners, Intermediate, Advanced.
7.45 to 9.15pm @ Kentish Town Studio, 141-145 Kentish Town Road (Side Entrance), Camden, London NW1 8PB
£72 per 7-week Course, or £15 pay-as-you-go.
No Pre-requisites. Beginners and more experienced welcome.

And talking about Tai Chi, remember the Tai Chi Teacher Training in August – the earlybird flies away on 1st May!  There are no specific pre-requisites for Instructor Training besides an interest in Tai Chi. No experience is necessary as whatever your standard of Tai Chi, Level 1 Training will show you how to improve it, whether or not you decide to become an Instructor.  Catch the EarlyBird!

Thanks for reading – see you soon
Bye for now


About Kris Deva North

Author, Meditation Coach, Teacher of the Taoist Arts.
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