Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi-Sunday, February 10th 2019

This is a gentle, beautiful and flowing Qigong exercise routine that is both a joy to do and deeply relaxing. It places emphasis on synchronizing the 18 movements with proper breathing techniques.

CEU Credit Add-On

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Please Note: this training is no longer approved for Massage Therapists.

PRICE
$60.00

Start

Sunday, February 10, 2019 - 9:00 am

End

Sunday, February 10, 2019 - 2:30 pm

Address

Tai Chi Chicago - 26402 N. Edgemond Lane Barrington, IL 60010   View map

Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi is a Qigong exercise based on the philosophy of Tai Chi and extracts some of the best movements from the Yang style Tai Chi Chuan. It places emphasis on synchronizing the 18 movements with proper breathing techniques. It is a gentle, beautiful and flowing Qigong exercise routine that is both a joy to do and deeply relaxing. It can be done standing, sitting in a chair or a combination of those. Led by Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi master, John Robertson.

More Information About This Training

Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi was developed by Professor Lin Hou-Sheng in 1979, a renowned Qigong Master, scientist and Master Healer. His remarkable credentials include Professor of the College of Chinese Medicine in Shanghai, Director of Qigong Research Institute in China and Honorary President of the International Society of Natural Cures. 
It is designed to improve the general health and wellbeing of the practitioner. The gentle rocking motions and stretching movements improve circulation and digestion. The chest exercises and controlled breathing are good for lung conditions and asthma. And the overall effect of the exercise is to reduce mental stress and physical tension carried in the muscles of the body.  The exercises are very effective and easy to learn by adults of any age and fitness level.   The practice can be done standing, sitting in a chair or a combination of both.
This is the reason why over 10 million people worldwide practice Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi and it is considered a national health exercise in both Malaysia and Indonesia.

Workshop Specifics

  • Class begins promptly at 9:00a.  Be sure to arrive 10-15 minutes early for check in.
  • Wear comfortable clothing.
  • The center is kept fragrance free to protect the health of all who attend.  Click Here if you need more information about our fragrance policy.
  • Bring a sack lunch.  A refrigerator and microwave are available.  Note:  Lunch is only 30 minutes; therefore there isn’t enough time to leave the premises.
  • Your professional license number (if you’re earning CEUs).  You’ll sign in with your name and license number at the end of class and receive your certificate.

Address:  26402 N. Edgemond Lane, Barrington, IL 60010
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Phone:  847-842-1752

Email:  relax4life@gmail.com

About the Instructor & Student Comments

John Robertson is a T’ai Chi Chuan, Qigong and Martial Arts instructor.  He holds a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Tang Soo Do Karate with The World Tang Soo Do Association, is a Level VII Master Instructor with World Ki Gong (CN: Qigong) and is a Level III Advanced Qigong Instructor with The National Qigong Association.  John is also a certified Reiki Master Instructor, reflexologist and an ordained minister. He has received training in the US, UK and China.

    John also has an interest in acupuncture, acupressure, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the I-Ching and metaphysics. He believes that understanding these fields and more is crucial to the effective and responsible practice of all forms of healing and martial arts.

    The message he conveys to his students is one of healing and non-aggression. In other words, find peaceful, energetic ways to help heal the body, mind and spirit of those we interact with so the use of self-defense techniques is only considered as a very last resort.

What Students Say About Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi Training at Relax4Life:

“I enjoyed the energy and environment, especially the heightened vibrations and awareness.  Keep doing what you’re doing! Namaste. “

“I think everything was great. The way John repeated himself, not too much but enough to understand the material thoroughly.”

“I enjoyed interacting with John.  He’s got a good sense of humor.  Very knowledgeable as well.”

“Great class…I loved it!”

“Enjoyed all of it. Really looking forward to part 2!” Sue Holloway, massage teacher

“Great for all levels of experience.”

“An absolute necessity-a must…John-as usual-The Best!”

“Thanks much. Loved the questions, answers and discussions.”

“Excellent! Wow, worth the time, money and effort to practice. Thanks again!”

“A great way to get started and learn about Tai Chi.”

“A very good class, everything was perfect!”

“Excellent.  Very informative and needed.”

“The class was very informative.  I learned alot of new concepts.”

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