Tai Chi Quan
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Tai Chi Quan (T'ai ge ch'üan,) is an ancient internal Chinese martial art practiced for its health wellness, meditation movements, and personal defense training. known for slow and precise movements that stretch the body into alignment, while cultivating internal power flow, known as Qi (chi). It’s principal focus is maintaining balance, yielding to forces, and redirecting energy. The theories and practices of Tai Chi Quan are aligned with the philosophical principles of Taoism and Chinese medicine.
Tai Chi Quan provides a wide range of health benefits. Outside of my own
experience that supports these findings, studies have shown that it drastically:
Improves overall strength, coordination, and balance
Promotes flexibility while reducing Pain and stiffness
Reduces stress and supports deeper, more restorative sleep
Enhances the immune system and improves functioning of the
respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic, and digestion systems of the
body while also lowering blood pressure
Enhances vitality, increases drive, improves alertness
Tai chi Quan is an excellent means for meditation. It can be a powerful tool to
deepen awareness, & refine one’s ability to relax and cultivate inner peace. The movements and standing postures naturally bring one’s breath
into harmony while supporting the balance of body, mind & Spirit.
Tai Chi Quan ultimately encourages balance and promotes the mind for peaceful
outcomes. However, the same meditative movements found in it’s form also have
martial applications. It’s philosophy and execution involves yielding & redirecting
energy as a fundamental principal in combat. These ancient techniques are
effective in self defense & an overall increase in strength & personal empowerment.
Nganga Tolo Naa
Nganga Tolo Naa Who joined the ancestors Feb. 2020 founded QuieScience Sacred Science Temple and co-founded the Afrakan Kupigana Ngumi System. He created the Kiungo Cha Mkono (Shackled Hands Style) and was a traditional teacher & healer in the most ancient Afrakan traditions. He studied western herbal medicine from his father and was initiated in to African Rites of Passage by Dr. A. J. Mensah. He to studied from his mentor, Priest Medahochi K. Zannu. Nganga practiced and taught a broad range of martial arts in his 60 years of study. His teachers includes over thirty years of study with Prof. Huo Chi-Kwang (a noted scholar) in the internal arts. Nganga was a disciple of Grandmaster Lu Hung-Ping and Became a fourth generation of Cheng style Pa Kua Chuan (Bagua Zhang), fifth generation of Imperial Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan (Taiji quan) and studied Shaolin Chuan from Master Hu Ling and Shorei Goju Karate from John Keehan. He has studied acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine with Dr. Han Yin-Lun. He was a student of various meditative disciplines, including Taoism , Kundalini, Tantra , and Hatha yoga(s). He received initiation from His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Tibetan Tantra meditation.