The traditional school of Tai Chi and Tai-I

The traditional school of Tai Chi and Tai-I
Catching Kung Fu, I'm looking for great relaxation and great softness, looking for an image of emptiness and samootsutstviya, looking for spiritual transformation communicativeness and immeasurable.

The ancient Chinese art of Tai Chi Chuan ( "Fist of the Great Limit") refers to the so-called domestic destinations martial arts of China (neytszyatsyuan 内 家 拳) and represents one of the most developed and efficient system, which includes in addition to mastering the martial art has healing and spiritual perfection. It is thanks to its integrated potential Taijiquan has received such recognition and development worldwide. Tai Chi Classes recommended by doctors around the world and are available for people of any age and sex, regardless of their physical and emotional well-being. They say the Chinese themselves: "If you stand on your feet - you can practice Tai Chi."

TayItsyuan (Chinese 太乙 拳, tàiyíquán.) - «Fist of the Great Unity" - the direction of the internal martial art, which was created and developed by Taoist monks in China in the mountains of Wudang, and until recently was closed to the public. TayItsyuan is the highest integrative level of internal martial art itself, and contains elements of three internal areas: Taijiquan from him - the softness and movement of Qi; of SinItsyuan - rapid movements and explosive power; of Baguazhang - a circular motion, the body rotation and the "state of the dragon."

Classes in our school focused on the following practical results:

- Personal growth and improvement of social competence;
- Maintaining physical fitness and body mobility;
- Health promotion, prevention of disease and prolong life;
- Improved body shape and plasticity;
- Development of self-protection skills;
- The effectiveness of behavior in extreme situations;
- Creative and professional growth.
The training program is based on the traditional Taoist techniques and consists of six interrelated aspects. It:

- Basic operation (Tsziben-gun), including Stolbovoye standing, complex articular gymnastics, stretching, exercises for the emancipation and development of coordination and balance;
- Study of single forms (Danshui-gun) and formal complexes (Taolu);
- Paired exercises (Shuang-F);
- Martial Arts (Quan Shu);
- Work with the energy (Qi Gong / Dao-Yin);
- Spiritual Practice (Shen-Min) - meditation, contemplation.
Mode of study: group and individual.