Date: 03/14/2018 | Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Tai Chi Class

 

Tai Chi & Qi Gong Fundamentals

Learn how to improve your physical and mental balance, aid your body’s alignment and posture, and discover a new way to relieve chronic tension and stress. We use a blend of ancient and modern methods of meditative movement which stimulate the body’s ability to naturally heal and rejuvenate itself. This mind-body practice is often called meditation in motion, and can be beneficial to people at all levels of fitness.
About Carlos Londono
Carlos Londoño began his training in martial arts when he was 7. His internal martial arts training however did not begin until he became a student of Qi Gong and Sacred Movements Master Juan Leal in 1998. He studied briefly Yang Tai Chi, Hsing-I, and Baqua under Andy Chung and then went on to train at Tai Chi of South Florida under Todd Plager, Jim Dees, and Max Gao Fei Yan. He became a certified instructor in Chen Tai Chi in 2005 and has also been certified as an instructor in Evidence Based CDC Approved Tai Chi for Better Balance, by Suman Barkhas.

Carlos’s approach to Tai Chi, emphasizes the Wuji (boundlessness/sublimity) principal as both a basis for the spiral pattern within all movement and a state of Being always readily available to all of us in every moment. He counts among his influences the works of Eckart Tolle, Lao Tzu, Ken Wilber, Hui-neng, Rumi, Thomas Merton, and Osho. Besides teaching Tai Chi and various approaches to meditation, Carlos also writes, directs, produces, and acts in film and video projects for charitable and creative consciousness projects.

Clients include:

Department of Elderly Affairs, Temple Arts, United
Healthcare, Florida Blue Cross Blue Shield, Your
Big Picture Cafe, Zen Mystery: Meditation Center,
Temple Beth Torah, I Love Yoga, Integral Life
Center Pompano, Nova University, City of Sunrise

This program allows you you bring meditative awareness with you into your life compatible with your yoga mat, altar, or contemplative practice:

Learn how to improve your physical and mental balance
Aid your body’s alignment and posture
Discover a new way to relieve chronic tension and stress
We use a blend of ancient and modern methods of meditative movement which stimulate the body’s ability to naturally heal and rejuvenate itself. This mind-body practice is often called meditation in motion, and can be beneficial to people at all levels of fitness. It can even be adapted for those in wheelchairs or recovering from surgery.

CLASS SCHEDULE
Wednesdays, 7pm – 9pm at Artserve

For more information please contact the instructor at
EmeraldMedArts.com
c@emeraldmedarts.com
Or
954-445-7125

*classes times subject to change, please contact the instructor for details.

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