||Qigong - taoist health exercise
Qigong, being a meditation, concentration and movement pattern to cultivate both body and mind, is used to strengthen and harmonise the Qi in the human body. Qi Gong is considered one of the five pillars of traditional Chinese medicine.
BaZi Suanming helps discerning oneself and accepting that there is
no room for fatalism and foretelling. With the help of the information
obtained and the knowledge of coherences, we can develop individual
strategies to increase success and specific solutions to promote health,
as well as suggestions for your career choice on the basis of character,
suggestions for your relationship and family. And last but not least
advice about potentials or individual prerequisites for wealth.
Qi Gong is deeply routed in the Chinese culture and looks back on a long and rich tradition. In Chinese history, Qi Gong has always been an important part of health care and protection.
There are several different single movements in Qi Gong which are - as opposed to Tai Chi - repeated multiple times. Thus, Qi Gong is easier to learn than and serves as a preparation for Tai Chi.
The movements undo tension and mental blocks, strengthen the immune system and lead to a better blood circulation. The heart is strengthened and arteries and
veins are becoming more limber.
Tai Chi Chuan Yang Stile
Tai Chi is deeply steeped in Chinese philosophy and is closely linked to the concept of taoism.
Historical sources of the history of Tai Chi Chuan range from legends, tales and anecdotes to classic texts. To this day it is impossible to reconstruct a coherent history of
Tai Chi Chuan.
Howsoever, Tai Chi Chuan is an art of movement composed of elements of self-defence, health exercise and meditation. Tai Chi consists of a sequence of slow but flowing, carefully coordinated movements which - if done properly - activate the whole meridian system.
The following aspects are considered: training of body awareness, art of movement, relaxation exercises, exercises for developing gracefulness and creativity, a gentle way of self-defence, martial arts, meditation by movements, holistic health exercise.
Bettina Weiner offers Qi Gong and Tai Chi courses in Vienna and in the province of Burgenland.
„We yearn for our lives to have a meaning –
but it has only as much meaning as we are able to give it.“