The Meanings of Shou Yi

The characters “Shou Yi” literally mean, “To be mindful and abide by the One”. In Daoist thoughts, “the One” represents the Dao – the Way and the Original Source of all things. In Taijiquan and Qigong, “the One” represents the unified whole of the body, breath and mind and it could also be the Vital Qi of Jing, Qi and Shen – the life force that keeps us alive. Therefore, to “Shou Yi” is to be mindful and cultivate the Way by practising Taijiquan and Qigong. In doing so, our Vital Qi is preserved, and we will have a better chance of living a happier and longer life with more vitality.

Cai Hong 蔡洪 (Howard Choy)


Taiji Summer Camp with Master Howard Choy - August 2014

Taiji Camp with Howard Choy - August 2014, Poland

Qigong w Krakowie - lipiec 2013

W każdy poniedziałek lipca w godzinach 17.15-18.15 odbywać się będą zajęcia qigong.

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Qigong oraz Taiji w Krakowie z Mistrzem Howardem Choy

Qigong - Forma Ptaka

Kraków, 21 kwietnia 2013 — Qigong Pięciu Zwierząt, spacer Yin-Yang oraz pchające dłonie Taiji.

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Qigong et Taijiquan avec Maitre Howard Choy en France 2012-2013

Qigong et Taijiquan avec Maitre Howard Choy en France, telecharger en cliquant sur l'image: