The strengths of Taiji (Tai Chi) Qigong Shibashi

Free information session by Pascale Alexandre
September 10, 2017 at 11 a.m.
Kinesis Center, 655-1 ave. Victoria, St. Lambert

Taiji Qigong Shibashi was created by Lin Housheng in 1979, after 40 years of experimentation and refinement. In 1978, he proved the materiality of Qi (energy) using scientific devices that measured infrared and electromagnetic waves emitted by his hands. He is also the pioneer of qigong anesthesia. 

Shibashi is practiced by combining the good structure (posture), the slow and continuous movements of Tai Chi as well as good breathing and the state of meditation found in Qigong (internal work). With our good structure (posture and movements), relaxed body and mind as well as deep breathing, our energy (Qi) can finally flow throughout the body. Synchronizing all these elements is the key to finding global harmony. 

Even when the moves aren't quite right, the Shibashi feels good. It is a healthy exercise accessible to all. It is particularly effective against neurasthenia (fatigue, anxiety, depression, neuralgia, etc.).

If you want to take back control of your overall health, Taiji Qigong Shibashi is an excellent option. This discipline has personally helped me enormously, on several levels. This is also the reason that pushed me to want to teach it.

I will be holding a FREE information session on the subject on Sunday, September 10, 2017 at 11 a.m. at the Kinesis Center. If you are interested, please reserve your places by email at: pascale@centrekinesis.com or by phone at 438-823-1522.



Pascale Alexandre, massage therapist and teacher of Taiji Qigong Shibashi.