Taoist esoteric yoga is an ancient Chinese internal energy practice used as a way to cleanse and purify the physical, emotional & psychological body. There are easy to learn foundation practices to awaken, generate and circulate Chi in the body through the meridian pathways, clearing stagnation and blockages, leveling emotions, aiding inner healing and creating balance.  Meditation (passive qigong/stillness) can be done by anyone, any-time, anywhere.  Regular practice can help you:

  • Calm the ‘monkey mind’
  • Gain inner calm
  • Reduce physical tension
  • Learn easy methods to relax the mind
  • Manage stress in the workplace
  • Aid anxiety & depression
  • Learn to deal with life’s hiccups smoothly
Meditation Syllabus

Our meditation classes focus on the foundation practices of Taoist Esoteric Yoga; the Inner Smile meditation is the first of the foundation exercises, once experience of this you can progress onto the microcosmic orbit. Find out more details about each practice below.

Nourish through Breath

Love and Kindness Meditation

Zhan Zhuang

  • ‘Standing like a tree’ is a powerful internal practice where a static posture is held for a period of time.  Standing is an important part of Tai Chi and Qi Gong training and should be built up gradually whilst the body adapts, the legs grow stronger and the muscles start to relax.

The Inner Smile Meditation

The Six Healing Sounds

  • We can extend the Inner Smile meditation practice to include the healing sounds.  This ancient practice helps expel negative emotions from the organs, cleanse the organs and transforms them into positive emotions.  This can be a stand alone meditation or done at the same time as the inner smile.
  • View an article which talks through the six healing sounds meditation.

The Microcosmic Orbit Meditation

Instructor
Nicola is a Taoist Healing Therapist, offering individual guidance and tuition to students globally.

Taoist Healing Therapy

Please note that the Taoist practices are not a replacement for conventional medical treatment.  Please seek advice from your GP before commencing any movement or stillness practices.

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