Qigong, Kung Fu and Xing Yi in Santa Cruz

Some new entries in our seminar series taking place in Santa Cruz at our martial arts Academy. For those in the area, we’d love to see you!

A Martial Arts Qigong for Health:
Eight Brocades Qigong (Ba Duan Jin)
The most well-known of the more than 1000 Qigong routines, Ba Duan Jin is simple to learn, fun to practice, and offers profound benefits for health. One of the Academy’s favorite seminars. Sunday, Jan 25, 1-3 pm. Click HERE for more info, and to register.

The Mother of All Martial Arts:
Introduction to Kung Fu
If you have ever had any curiosity about Kung Fu—what it feels like to move in a traditional method that’s 5000 years old— then this is the workshop for you. In just 2 hours you will get a real taste of authentic Kung Fu, not the stuff of movies but true, whole body movement. Enough to practice for months on your own, or whet your appetite for our ongoing classes. Friday, Feb 6, 6- 8 pm. Click HERE for more info, and to register.

BDJSemMar14TedPaolaA Perfect Method of Qigong:
Blossoms in the Spring
A great Qigong routine! We have taught this seminar for several years, and the overwhelming response is ‘glowing.’ Simple to learn, and a routine that can be practiced for the rest of your life. Meditative, healthful, energizing, restorative. Sunday, February 22, 1 – 3:30 pm. Click HERE for more info, and to register.


First time at the Academy—Mind Intent Boxing:

XY1A Six Week Course in Xing Yi Quan
Experience the elemental!
Join our six-week seminar course and experience one of China’s most profound ancestor styles. Xing Yi is symbolically named for the interplay of the Five Elements, an ancient pattern of change recognized in Chinese philosophy and medical theory. The name Xing Yi means “Intent and Shape” referring to the mind processing combat’s endless and instantaneous changes. A beautiful combination of martial and qigong arts. Class starts Friday, March 6, 6-7 pm. Click HERE for more information about the class.

2 Responses to “Qigong, Kung Fu and Xing Yi in Santa Cruz”

  1. Stan Meador says:

    Here’s hoping the Xing Yi seminary will generate a book/DVD combo like that Ba Gua did!

  2. Plum Staff says:

    Thanks, Stan! You never can tell.
    Debbie

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