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|Course:||Heart Set Taster|
|Start Date:||13th June 2018|
|Fee:||£54.00 What's included?|
This set of Chi Kung exercises and breathing is designed to regulate the bloodstream and calm the heart. The main focus is on the Heart & Kidney meridians, as they are a matching pair: the heart is a yin organ, associated with the element fire, while the kidneys are a yang organ, associated with the element water. The eight exercises generally make people feel calm and relaxed and the increase in circulation may usually be felt and/or seen in the hands. The breathing matches the exercises throughout.
Patrick Harries was a student of the late Bao Naijian, the first ever Master of Sport created by the People’s Republic of China and an International Coach. Given teaching accreditation by Master Bao in 1994. Has been teaching ever since and now runs sessions several evenings a week, teaching both Tai Chi and Chi Kung. Instructor Member of the English Dao Yin Yang Sheng Gong Association; student of Mark Atkinson, who is a second generation teacher under Professor Zhang Guangde, the person who constructed the Form being taught on the course. Instructor Member of the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain; Accredited Instructor in the Longfei Taijiquan Association (GB). Recognised GP Activity Referral Leader. This means that GPs and other Medical Professionals may refer patients for whom these forms of exercise may prove beneficial. He has held this status for eight years. Has demonstrated and taught at a National Conference on Sport, Nutrition & Diabetes, and for the last three years has taught at the Western Regional Conference of PHAB Clubs. While in the USA in early 2005, he was invited to demonstrate and teach at the Arizona Department of Health Services in Phoenix.Back to List
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