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Tai Chi PM Practice (Streaming)
by Ramel RonesThree hours of mind/body exercises to choose from and a short Tai Chi form. Cool down after a long day with Master-teacher Ramel Rones as he guides you through a series of gentle mind/body exercises that will help you recuperate from stress, and use the energy of the setting sun to release tension.
Code: S0760Duration: 172 min
Three hours of mind/body exercises to choose from and a short Tai Chi form. Cool down after a long day with Master-teacher Ramel Rones as he guides you through a series of gentle mind/body exercises that will help you recuperate from stress, and use the energy of the setting sun to release tension.
The simplified, short Sunset Tai Chi sequence is practiced to both the left and right to help you develop symmetry and balance, and is a comprehensive introduction to authentic Tai Chi for beginners. It includes suggestions for intermediate and advanced students, to help you grow and improve over time. A full mind/body workout is presented, which can be done sitting or standing, using restoring poses from yoga, and purifying movements and meditations from qigong and tai chi, followed by the tai chi stances, drills, and form.
This calming Tai Chi will help you to loosen your muscles, tendons and ligaments, improve your circulation of blood and Qi energy and relax deeply. The program also teaches you to find balance between strength and flexibility, counteract the effects of stress and fatigue, and regain conscious control over your health and vitality.
This video compliments the bestselling Tai Chi AM Workout program, and together they present a complete mind/body regimen. Using detailed animations of the body's energy, the secrets of the ancient internal arts are visualized for the first time in an easy-to-understand format.
• Relax, release stress and rejuvenate yourself at the end of your day.
• Incorporate mind/body exercise into your daily activities to wind down for a complete workout.
• Increase your oxygen intake, breathe more deeply and sleep better.
• Prevent injuries and boost your natural healing of chronic conditions, including Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Insomnia, Osteoperosis, Sarcopenia, and Cancer.
This Tai Chi form is used as a mind / body intervention at Dana Farber Cancer institute to strengthen the immune system as a preventative complementary approach for cancer prevention and treatment and for recovering from side effects and symptoms, as published in the New England Medical Journal (NEJM).
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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