Weekly classes - Thursdays 6 to 7.15pm
R300 per month
Moya Naturopathy & Wellness Centre - 81 Kommetjie Road, Fish Hoek
Whatsapp Steve @ 073 071 7745
The classes cover Qigong, Push Hands and Flow Boxing techniques
Benefits of Qigong, Push Hands and Flow Boxing
Improved health - General wellbeing - Vitality - Agility
Centredness - Postural strength - Soft power
Simply put, Qigong is the art of deliberately managing your vital energy. It is easier to learn than Tai Chi and less strenuous than Yoga. Qigong combines simple external body movements with gentle breathing methods and is performed in a meditative state of mind. It is the oldest of the five branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), practiced by millions of people daily worldwide and has a written record going back 5000 years. It requires zero athleticism or investment in equipment. If you can spare 10-15 minutes a day, you can practice this art. In case you were wondering, Chi Kung and Qigong are different spellings of the same thing.
What kinds of Qigong do we do?
All practice includes the 5 fundamental stages
Qigong exercises we cover:
Solo Qigong practice is also about connection within, which in turn allows for external connection. Connection within is being integrated and aligned with gravity. This develops a root (being heavy) and at the same time a lightness. Once this base is achieved, it brings about the ability to connect and feel the balance of a training partner when practicing push hands.
About Push Hands
Push Hands involves training with a partner to develop the following.
About Flow Boxing
This involves using your solo and push hands training in free flow movement, with strikes.
All practice encompasses:
About the Teacher
Steve has been practicing martial arts and Qigong since 1981 and has trained with masters in South Africa, Malaysia and Japan. His training has included karate, tai chi, aikido, pakua, xingyi, wing chun, shaolin kung fu, Brazilian jiu-jitsu and mixed martial arts (MMA). Steve has taught many groups and individuals over the years.
Steve has learnt many Qigong forms over the years. His main (real) Qigong influence was from Shaolin kung fu and chi kung Sifu Wong Kiew Kit. Sifu Wong is the fourth generation successor of monk Jiang Nan of the Shaolin Monastery and disciple of the late Lai Chin Wah, Uncle Righteousness.