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Tai Chi Energy Patterns (Streaming)

by Ramel Rones

Learn from more than six hours of solo and partner exercises for a deeper understanding of the fundamental energy within your Tai Chi practice. In this comprehensive mind/body program, master-teacher Ramel Rones instructs essential movements and training exercises, with a focus on four popular Tai Chi Patterns: Ward Off, Rollback, Press, and Push (Peng, Lu, Ji, An). You will learn to develop and utilize the internal (Qi) energy that can be found within all Tai Chi movements. The energy circulation, mental visualizations, extensive breathing techniques, and physical skills taught in this program can be applied to all Tai Chi styles.

Code: S0525Duration: 383 min

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Learn from more than six hours of solo and partner exercises for a deeper understanding of the fundamental energy within your Tai Chi practice.

In this comprehensive mind/body program, master-teacher Ramel Rones instructs essential movements and training exercises, with a focus on four popular Tai Chi Patterns: Ward Off, Rollback, Press, and Push (Peng, Lu, Ji, An). You will learn to develop and utilize the internal (Qi) energy that can be found within all Tai Chi movements. The energy circulation, mental visualizations, extensive breathing techniques, and physical skills taught in this program can be applied to all Tai Chi styles.

The principles of Jing / Zhan Zhuang taught in Tai Chi Energy Patterns, whether practiced during your Tai Chi exercise or throughout your daily activities, will help you to feel a deeper mind/body connection, and boost your immune system for excellent health and vitality. Practice of the internal energy exercises in this program will help you to develop and circulate abundant energy in the two main energy centers and throughout your entire body. Once your energetic circulation is strong and flowing smoothly, you may then utilize this energy to achieve your goals, to improve your health, or enhance your Tai Chi practice.

A special section with energy exchange exercises for 2-person partner training are included, with comprehensive instruction of their health and martial art applications. Detailed visual animations of the energy circulating in the body make the once-secret skills of internal cultivation easier to understand and learn. You may study the instructional segment in a formal classroom setting, or follow along as each movement is demonstrated.

Whether you are just starting your Tai Chi practice, or have already learned a Tai Chi form, Ramel's teaching offers deep insight into the physical structure and internal energetic aspects of Tai Chi, including other popular Tai Chi postures: Pick Up Needle from the Sea Bottom, Brush Knee and Step, Repulse Monkey, and Fan Back.

• Includes many sitting and standing meditation (Yi Chuan) exercises.
• Over 6.5 hours of easy to follow detailed instructions on hard-to-find topics.
• Detailed visual animation of energy moving in the body.
• Advanced Qigong breathing instruction.

Rami Rones is a gold medalist, award-winning martial artist in both the U.S. and China. With 16 years of experience leading Tai Chi, Qigong and Meditation classes, he focuses on helping individuals with conditions such as cancer, arthritis, fibromyalgia, aging, injuries, and stress. Rami is a consultant on mind/body therapies at Harvard and Tufts Medical Schools, and is the co-author of numerous publications. In addition to his work at the Zakim Center, Rami also lectures and instructs in the techniques of the Tai Chi, Qigong and meditation philosophies in hospitals, institutions, and schools around the world.

A senior disciple of renowned teacher & author Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming in Boston, MA, Ramel is a Gold medalist in Internal and External Martial Arts: Three-Time Gold Medalist in Shanghai China, for Tai Chi, External & Internal Weapons (Grand National Championship 1994) & Gold Medalist for Tai Chi & Kung Fu Sword, 1994. From 1991-1993, Ramel earned Gold Medals for Tai Chi, Pushing Hands and Tai Chi Sword in the International North American Chinese Martial Arts Competition.

In 2004, National Geographic filmed a study done on the effects of Meditation and Tai Chi for a program called 'Explorations'. Ramel Rones, the test subject, was asked to meditate using various methods, while his brain was scanned and vital signs were recorded by researcher Dr. Sarah Lazar at Mass General Hospital, the world's foremost brain research facility. The data extracted dramatically demonstrated Rami's ability to rapidly modulate his breathing rate and physiological arousal level as he entered a meditative state. This finding complements Lazar's broader study which found that advanced meditators like Rami are able to activate a broad network of cortical and subcortical areas associated with emotional and cognitive regulation, which has many health benefits.

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