Qigong and taijiquan health practices are a path to health and longevity for the body and the spirit. These are dynamic exercises to help prevent chronic, digestive diseases, limb and back pain.
Exercise "Eight treasures" (ba duan jin) improves brain function, strengthens the psyche, improves the function of individual organs, strengthens bones and joints.
Yi jin jing exercises are designed to stretch the muscles and tendons of the whole body and, once learned, naturally become a necessary morning ritual.
Attention! A new beginners' qigong and taiji group starts on 12 April!
If you have never experienced the effects of Chinese therapeutic exercises on your body before, we invite you to give it a try. We are relaunching our sports classes and recruiting a new beginners group. The group is limited to 10 people.
The course starts on 12 April and runs for 8 weeks (until 2 June). The cost of the course is €160 (payable in monthly instalments).
Classes will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 pm. From 19:30 to 19:30.
Location - Confucius Institute of Vilnius University, 2nd floor, Taiji Hall, room 203, at M. K. Čiurlionio str. 21 (we are in the courtyard). When the weather warms up, we will practice outside on the meadow by Vingis Park.
The classes will be led by instructor Tomas Lapinskas, a disciple of the abbot of Shaolin Monastery in China, a promoter of traditional Wushu in Lithuania, who has many years of experience in martial arts practices. In this class you will learn the Eight Brocade Scraps (bāduànjǐn 八段锦) and the first elements of Taiji (tàijíquán 太极拳), a set of therapeutic qigong (qìgōng气功) exercises.
What do these practices bring? Come and try it for yourself. Register here.