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“ No one has form without breath. Consequently, breath and form must be accomplished together. Isn't this evident? "
What does TaiJi Qi mean?
Tai means "great"; Ji means "pole"; It means "the source" or "the beginning of the world." Qi directly translates to "breathing," with a deeper meaning of "natural energy, life force, or energy flow.” Qi is the central underlying principle in traditional Chinese medicine and martial arts.

In traditional Chinese philosophy, TaiJi is the “supreme ultimate” or source from which existence flows. It is similar to the Daoist concept that “reversal is the movement of the Dao.” The supreme ultimate creates YANG and YIN in many forms. But simply put, movement generates yang until that activity reaches its limit. At the limit, it becomes tranquil, which generates yin; when tranquillity has reached its limit, there is a return to movement. So movement and tranquillity alternate in becoming the source or beginning of one another.

Who created TaiJiQi Yoga? TaiJiQi Yoga is the creation of Ping Lu, a Chinese Canadian, led by her own healing and transformational spiritual journey. Ping believes the free flow of life energy through the chakras is impeded by emotional blockages that are associated with these five passions of the MIND which are Anger, Lust, Greed, Vanity and Attachment. By constantly practicing" the five Virtues"- the Discrimination, Forgiveness and Tolerance, the Contentment, Detachment and Humility, it can help to offset the passions, awaken "Essential Qi"-the life force, and clear the 8 Extraordinary Meridians. It can repair the muscles and bones, heal the internal organs, restructure the entire body and help to reach Yin and Yang Balance, health and longevity.

To be thankful for, and let more people benefit from the three healing arts Tai Ji, Qi Gong and Yoga, for the goodness and health of humankind, she formed TaiJi Qi Yoga Alliance on the new year eve of 2021, with a goal to create a Cloud platform for Worldwide Wisdom Teachers.


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