Welcome back, mind-body students! I hope you all had a happy, healthy holiday last week. Can you believe there are only a few weeks left before 2018 comes to a close? People are going to be preparing their New Years resolutions soon, and we all know how hard it is to stick to your resolutions.
A good way to stay disciplined and support yourself in your New Years resolution is to use one of my courses to guide you and make your learning and practice process easier.
This week, we’re doing an introduction to Tai Chi for a Focused Mind - Pure and Simple. I made this course as a nice middle ground between the long-form Tai Chi course and the 15 minute course. In this course, you will learn much of the same Tai Chi form as you would in the long-form course, but Focused Mind cuts out a lot of the extra stretches and meditations. That extra content might be something that you would find very valuable. But if you just want the distilled Tai Chi form, then the Focused Mind course is the one for you!
This course includes 72 lectures, each 3-5 minutes long. It totals roughly 3 hours of focused Tai Chi and Qi Gong content. There is also supplementary written material in each section.
What are the Requirements?
An interest in becoming more fit, more flexible and more relaxed
A small comfortable space in your house, apartment, office where you can learn and practice
Willingness to invest 15 minutes a day, three days a week, to enjoy life more
What am I going to get from this course?
Do you want to become more focused, flexible, and relaxed? Don't have time for long workouts?
This course in nourishing Tai Chi forms for focusing the mind will show you how to do a Tai Chi routine in a simple, step-by-step proven method. Not one for all the extra philosophy behind the techniques? No worries. This course is purposefully abridged and focuses entirely on the forms.
The course begins with a short introduction to the goals for the course. Immediately after, you'll dive right into learning and practicing the Tai Chi form. At the end, we've included a bonus section of stretches and breathing exercises that will help you take the benefits of the Tai Chi form to the next level.
What is the target audience?
Anyone interested in becoming stronger, more flexible and in reducing stress
People with little time or interest in going to the gym and taking classes
People who travel frequently
That’s all for this week. Come back next week for another intro to another one of my courses!
And as always, happy stretching, deep breathing, empty your mind, strengthen your energetic system, and evoke your spirit!