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Feb
4
Sun
2018
Hunyuan Gong Workshop
Feb 4 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

Hunyuan Gong Workshop

Instructor: Harrison Moretz

 We will explore the principles and theory of the Hun Yuan Gong set.

Detailed instruction will be given breaking down the body mechanics of the movement, use of intent, and methods to make the practice more efficacious.

 Hun Yuan Gong is the most important of the Qigong methods in the Hun Yuan system.

This method gathers Qi from the environment and uses it to augment our prenatal Qi (our genetic inheritance).

To this end, the methods open the Qi-channels of the body and establish the Danqiao or Dantian, the energetic openings in the body where the qi, essence and spirit are cultivated.

Hun Yuan Gong promotes health, prolongs life, deepens stillness, and increases internal strength.

 


Hunyuan Gong



Feb
17
Sat
2018
Chinese New Year Celebration
Feb 17 @ 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm

 

You and your guests are cordially invited to attend Taoist Studies Institute’s

2018

Chinese New Year Celebration

 Year of the Dog

Fundraising Dinner & Auction

held at the Institute

Saturday, Feb 17th from 5:30pm-9:30pm

~ The Evening’s Offerings will include ~

A Sumptuous Feast

Silent Auction

Martial Arts Performance

Demonstrations

Live Music & Singing

& more

 

Tickets purchased by Feb 14th       $60

Tickets purchased after Feb. 14tht   $65

Tickets on the day of event              $65

Use this payment form for your convenience.       Form 2018

       Donate to the Silent Auction                                 Procurement form

Or use Pay Pal

Chinese New Year



Feb
25
Sun
2018
Chansi Gong Intensive
Feb 25 @ 9:30 am – 3:00 pm

 Chansi Gong Intensive

Instructor: Harrison Moretz

Sunday Febuary 25th 9:30am – 3:00pm

 

Spiral movement is the fundamental motion of the Universe.

 

Chansi jin, silk reeling energy is a core component of the hun yuan system.

In the first published book on Taiji Quan the author Chen Xin stated “太極拳,纏絲法也” “Taiji Quan is the Silk reeling method.”

In this workshop the relationship between gong, form and application will be explored with particular emphasis on helping each student find and develop Chansi energy in their own practice.



Chansi Gong Intensive



Mar
4
Sun
2018
13 Shi
Mar 4 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

13 Shi Workshop

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Instructor: Harrison Moretz

This form is a potent way to practice both internal cultivation and martial ability.

The Tai Chi 13 Form is comprised of the eight energies and five steps expressing the essence of Tai Chi Chuan.


13 Shi



Apr
8
Sun
2018
Push Hands Intensive
Apr 8 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm

Push Hands

Intensive

Instructor:Harrison Moretz

 

It is through push hands training that one can truly develop the

taiji energies.

Push hands is an important component of the taiji quan system. The practice of push hands helps to rectify the empty hand forms, increase internal strength, develop awareness of self, and cultivate ability to listen to, interpret and transform the force of an opponent.

Instruction to include:

Eight energies and five step

Solo practice
Developing the eight energies in push hands
Moving step push hands
Push hands neigong
Use of silk reeling in push hands
Dalu and variations
Use of the four corners (Cai, Lie Zhou , Kao) in  push hands


Puxh Hands



Apr
29
Sun
2018
Taoist Training Workshop
Apr 29 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

Taoist Training Workshop

 

Instructor: Harrison Moretz

 


Taoist Training