Tai Chi Fitness Lecture and Demo
Thursday, February 2, 6:30 p.m.
Guest Speaker: Avi Ginsberg, Hatch Chiropractic and Wellness
Join acupuncture and Chinese Medicine expert Avi Ginsberg as he demystifies Qi Gong, making it easy to understand and practical for daily living. Guests will learn the physical benefits and begin internal cultivation of Qi Gong without the pressure to learn long, tedious Qi Gong forms that can take years to master.
Tai Chi with Avi
This class/workshop will cover:
-Proper Breathing for Health and Longevity
-Medical Qi Gong
-Activating and opening the acupuncture channels
-Stretching and strengthening the muscles and tendons
-Re-calibrating the joints and vertebrae
-Adjusting body alignment and posture
-Establish the mechanics of proper movement
-Increasing the Qi and Blood flow throughout the entire body
This class serves two purposes:
- Take the monotony and slow progress out of Tai Ji that often bores people and turns them
away from the practice.
- Demystify Qi Gong and make it practical and easy to understand. The physical benefits and internal cultivation will begin in the first class, without the pressure to learn long, tedious forms that can take years to learn and even longer to master. The Qi Gong will be comprehensive and will encompass external and internal Qi Gong.
Bring pants / clothes suitable for stretching.
You can go barefoot or wear comfortable footwear with a low heel that will hold well to the foot.
Avi Ginsberg is NCCAOM certified and licensed in New York, Utah and Colorado. He has performed more than 30,000 professional treatments with acupuncture, massage and other healing modalities used in Chinese medicine; including Ba Guan (cupping), Gua Sha, Tui Na, An Mo, dietary therapy and herbal therapy, physical therapy, and exercise therapy. Mr. Ginsberg is proficient in Chen family Tai Chi, Zhao Bao Hu Ling Tai Chi, traditional Chinese martial arts and various styles of Qi Gong, as well as proficient in conversational Mandarin and reading, writing and Chinese medical terms. He has co-written a Chinese medical text for physicians while working in Beijing and taught Chinese and Western medical English at a University in China.
The Parker Cultural and Scientific Commission is pleased to sponsor talks on topics that impact Colorado citizens and residents of Douglas County.
The intent of these talks is to increase the understanding of how science and technology address current and future issues facing our community.
All lectures take place at PACE Center and are FREE and open to the public. We like to anticipate the number of guests attending, so although an RSVP is not required, it is appreciated. Please RSVP via email, Sign Up Genius, or phone at 303.805.6800.