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K18111: TAI CHI CHUAN –48 YANG STYLE – Health and Joy through Dynamic Meditation

25.10.2018 - 28.10.2018

Course 3I with Thay Phap An and Sister Song Nghiem

In this class we move in a meditative way towards the goal of experiencing relaxation of mind and body. We study these movements in numerous repetitions, so we will be able to remember them.
Among the positive effects of Tai Chi we count: stress relief, relief of anxiety and depression, improved mood, increased energy and perseverance, improved flexibility, and more. Tai Chi can also help improve our sleep, strengthen the immune system and lower blood pressure. Tai Chi may improve sleep, strengthen the immune system, accelerate the metabolism and prevent heart failure. The practice of Tai Chi improves our overall well-being and vitality.

Language: English and German

This class will also be offered at the following dates. Each of the classes can be taken independently: January 18. – 21. / April 05. – 08. / November 08. - 11.

Sister Song Nghiem

Schwester Song Nghiem

Sister Song Nghiem, Adorment with Parallel, was born in Vietnam. She received her PHD in chemistry from Darmstadt Technical University. She subsequently worked as a chemist in research and in industry. In 2003 Thay appointed her as a lay Dharma Teacher and a year later she was ordained as a nun by Thay. In 2012 she once again received the Dharma teacher lamp, this time as a nun. Her special inter...


Thay Phap An

Thay Phap An

Bhikshu Thích Chân Pháp Ấn is one of the elder disciples of Zen Master Thích Nhất Hạnh.

He received a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Chemical Engineering from the University of Texas in Austin in 1985. At the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), he received a Master of Science (MS) in Chemical Engineering in 1988 and a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics in 1990. He was a Re...



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