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QiGong - TaiChi

Developed in China thousands of years ago as part of traditional Chinese medicine and theory. Stillness or movement pattern breathing exercises to optimize energy, relaxation, health and wellness. Classes would involve a led breathing exercise meditation, with some light body movements.



From a fitness perspective a regular Kungfu forms practice provides excellent cardio, flexibility, strength and coordination training. Each form or pattern have inherent theories of application and practice in selfdefense. Classes generally focus on conditioning, flexibility, hand and footwork drills, Form or pattern review and practice, discussion of the theories and self-defense applications in practice.


Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga in a style drawn from and respecting the Teachings of T. Krishnamacharya, T.KV. Desikachar & K. Pattabhi Jois. for a dynamic and structured form of exercise that synchronizes breath with movement to create a flowing sequence of postures, or Asana. Rooted in ancient Yoga philosophy. One of the defining features of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is the emphasis on the concept of "Tristhana," which involves synchronizing breath (ujjayi pranayama), gaze(drishti), posture(asana) to create a state of internal concentration and meditation.


Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is traditionally taught in a Mysore-style format, where students practice at their own pace and level under the guidance of a teacher. This method allows for personalized instruction and progression, as students gradually memorize and master the sequence over time. Led classes will follow either a set series of postures, or follow a theme in a workshop fashion, with various modifications available, with a goal of finding Strength, Flexibility, Stability and Balance in our practice.


Tui na Acupressure Massage is an ancient form of alternative medicine, and branch of traditional Chinese medicine, similar to Shiatsu. Pressure is applied along Acupuncture Meridians or channels with a goal of finding balance in the overall person. Tui na Self-Massage compliments a regular QiGong practice.


Program Design

Incorporating elements of Yoga, QiGong, KungFu, Western fitness concepts in order to provide Individualized Program Design, for your goals, in your environment, at your pace.


Self-Defense in
the style of Kuntao



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