Tai Chi is literally a way of life, influencing not only the way we exercise, but also the way we think and behave. It allows the body to relax, especially for those who react badly to stress and time to rejuvenate. Many pains and diseases can be cured or at least relieved by Tai Chi practice, such as back pain, neck movement problems, and the general tension throughout your body.
Helps Build Confidence and Self Esteem
Master Hine has taught not only Tai Chi, Qigong, Martial Arts but also Meditation and Mindfulness. He has not only taught this in classes, workshops and 1 to 1 but also taught Mindfulness in Movement in the Houses of Parliament in London too.
But Tai Chi, much more than just an exercise regime, it is also a way of effectively handling life. It helps to restore mental balance and build resilience to cope with the stresses and strains of everyday life.
Regular exercise in everyday life helps build confidence and self-esteem, restore calm, concentration, patience, tolerance and flexibility.
Tai Chi, A Major Stress and Anxiety Reducer
The natural state for the human mind is relaxed and adaptable, it is only the constant onslaught on our senses that throws the mind out of balance. We are constantly stimulated by advertising, social media, TV news to be engaged, even when we do not need to be. How many times have you heard someone say I need to be connected otherwise I feel ill informed? How do you know that the information you are being bombarded with is actually true or not? The answer is you don’t but do need time to process what you allow in.
Many people have started to limit their exposure to the media to just once a day in order not to get overwhelmed by the barrage of information and be able to process the news effectively.
Tai Chi and Qigong allow you to take time out of your day in order focus only on this moment and the exercises that you are doing. This break can rest the mind and allow you to reset your brain to an open and receptive state of calm relaxation.
Tai Chi & Qigong Help Many Other Sports and Pass Times too.
Combined with a particular sport such as running, fitness exercises and other stretching activities, it ensures concentration and dynamism. It assures to the person who practices it, increased flexibility and balance between mind and body. It also helps to develop patience, perseverance, balance, and concentration.
It is true that the intensive practice of a sport, whatever it is, exhausts the whole body, decreases the energy, and stresses you to the point that you cannot relax. Learning to relax is, as a rule, the best way to circulate energy and feel good.
In short, this is a very beneficial activity for anyone seeking a solution to connect mind and body, who wants to relax, rejuvenate and increase their resistance to disease.
Why not come and join us. Learning Tai Chi is easy and fun if you join Master Hine today!