Sunday 18th March 10am – 4.30pm
Colman Redland Centre, Croydon Rd, Reigate, Surrey RH2 0NA
Instructor: Paul Brewer
Spontaneous movement is an everyday part of life. Heartbeat, breathing and peristalsis are all natural spontaneous movements, restoring balance to the body and functioning as an auto-regulatory system.
However, we can induce spontaneous movement by practising Taiji exercises using specific body posture, mental concentration and breathing. Movement of various kinds can develop throughout the body, often starting with vibration. Quietening of the mind in this state releases negative emotional information.
Physical and emotional tensions accumulated in the body can be expelled. Spontaneous movement is a natural function of the body which can keep us healthy and diminish illness, often improving cases of chronic and difficult disease and can help in physical and artistic disciplines like calligraphy, dancing, singing and painting.
It is also one of the fundamental components of both Taiji 37 and Taijiwuxigong, cleansing the internal energy system by clearing the meridians and enabling greatly increased Qi flow.
The day will be an entertaining and challenging mixture of spontaneous movement, stretching, meditation, exercises, philosophy and information transmission.
It is also enjoyable to practice. Spontaneous Movement is suitable for all, so come and try it with us. The day is open to all, but Advance booking to ensure places is recommended for non-college students.
Fees: £30 per session (am or pm) or £55 / day – payable on the day:
10am – 4.30pm: 1 hr Lunch break approx. 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Bring a blanket for floor exercises and /or Meditation:
Tea is provided but you must B.Y.O. lunches or go out for lunch
PHONE: 01737 353149