Tai Ji Quan


Tai Ji Quan (better known in Italy as “Tai Chi Chuan”), is a system that studies movement, dynamic meditation and self-defence and has its roots in the Kung Fu and in the ancient Chinese culture.

It consists of a series of postures favouring a slow, harmonious and continuous execution, during which it is possible to take consciousness of  one’s body and of its energy, that crosses it freely once physical and emotional blocks have been removed.

The advantages of a correct practice of Tai Ji Quan regard several levels of our being, and this is the reason why Tai Ji Quan is also known in China as Art of  Divine Health”.

In the physical and energetic level, Tai Ji Juan is a valid help to prevent and help in the following problems:

1) Circulation disorders (blood and energy)
2) Breathing problems
3) Bio-mechanical problems
4) Postural problems
5) Osteo-articular diseases (mainly cervical/spine diseases)
6) Nervous diseases (stress, tension, depression, weariness)
7) Yin and Yang Balancing
8) Achievement of Longevity

More specifically, including the mental and spiritual aspects of this discipline that has such a deep impact on all levels of our being, there are many reasons why we should learn Tai Ji Juan:

1)  Free our energy channels and favour the energy stream inside the human body.
2) Increase our motion control and obtain a superior consciousness of our body.
3)  Cancel our physical tensions and transform those mental attitudes that are limiting us.
4)  Obtain an ever growing level of harmony with ourselves and the world around us.
5)  Fight the daily stress and learn to relax body and mind to prevent physical, psychical and relation problems.
6) Learn to develop our spirit, know ourselves and understand the rules of  nature and universe  through our body, where the same rules act in a minor scale (microcosm).
7)  Learn to develop our will and, as a consequence, our self-confidence.
8) After years of constant training, obtain the mastery of energy, to use it as an effective weapon of defence, and even, if necessary, of offence.