Classes & Workshops
We enjoy sharing these ancient Chinese meditative and internal energy practices passed down by masters from China. Each class and workshop I hold is different and may include a number of practices such as; Chi Kung warm up exercises, chi self massage, inner smile meditation, tao yin yoga, 6 healing sounds, QiGong, micro cosmic orbit, iron shirt Chi Kung, healing love, fusion of the five elements and breathing techniques. If you are interested join my mailing list or for 1 on 1 tutorials please contact me.
Morning Taoist River Meditation
Come connect with the Elemental Forces in Nature as I lead this morning meditation on the River, Wednesdays 6am-7am West End, Brisbane
All classes $15
What People Are Saying
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“Truly delighted that Adam is bringing the healing practices of Mantak Chia to Brisbane. Adam is a an inspiring teacher, very calm, professional and systematic. On top of that heart based!”
Julia Chai - Qigong Teacher
“Adam has helped me understand and develop the art of self care further. His knowledge, enthusiasm and passion to help others help themselves is very inspiring. He is always happy to help, explain and guide you in area’s of your life where you need more support”
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Yin and Yang?
In Chinese philosophy, yin and yang describes how apparently opposite or contrary forces are actually complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another.
Yin is characterized as slow, soft, yielding, diffuse, cold, wet, and passive; and is associated with water, earth, the moon, femininity, and nighttime. Yang, by contrast, is fast, hard, solid, focused, hot, dry, and aggressive; and is associated with fire, sky, the sun, masculinity and daytime.
How does Taoism affect your daily life?
Taoism gives me a daily perspective on the reality of a changing universe filled with Qi energy which enables me to more gracefully bump along inside it.
How many Chi Kung forms are there?
Chi Kung practices are divided into two categories: active and stationary (passive), of which may involve either standing or sitting. Variations gave arisen on occasion because China encompasses several different cultural traditions: however, the principles and effectiveness of all Chi Kung forms have remained the same. You do not have to learn all of the 100 different approaches or any variations to receive their benefits.
How can Chi Kung help us to achieve a balance between the Yin and Yang energies within our bodies?
By learning to balance our active and stationary Chi Kung exercises we can also balance our Yin and Yang energies. As in the Microcosmic Orbit meditation, start with spinal cord breathing, which activates the spinal cord and all the energy pumps in the body. Follow this with all of the rocking exercises of the spine and the limbs. These and more all constitute the active part of practice. Be still, rest, and become aware of the energy.
If I want to become a Certified Trainer in UHT can you help me?
Yes I can teach you the practices to get started and you can also do your instructor training hours with me. I can also get you a special discount if you come as my student to Universal Tao Training Centre at the Tao Garden health Spa and Resort. I am happy to help anyone who is wanting to know more and practice the art of self care.
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