|Meditative and Healing Arts
at The Bohemian Art Loft, Redding, CA
and at The Mt. Lassen Meditation and Retreat Center, Viola, CA
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Center for Meditative and Healing Arts
is located at 3304B Bechelli Lane, Redding, California
(530) 229 - 7818
We provide indivudual, couple, and group instruction and guidance, as well as workshops.
For further information or to schedule your session(s) contact Nadia by
phone (530) 229-7818
or text (530) 638-5383
T’ai Chi for Health – Taoist Modified Yang Style Long Form. T’ai Chi translates to the Grand (T’ai) Life Force (Chi). Drawing on Chinese (internal) martial arts practice to improve balance and posture thus reducing risk of falling and to promote flexibility, agility, focus, overall well-being, and longevity. Involves a slow, fluid, mindful set of movements, utilizing breath to generate and move energy and also to facilitate unwinding and relaxation.
Chair T’ai Chi for Health – for those with limited abilities.
T’ai Chi Kung Fu Fan– for recreation. Dance-like T’ai Chi set of movements with fan to improve balance, coordination, focus, mindfulness, flexibility and gracefulness.
T’ai Chi Sword - Traditional Yang Style – for recreation. Chinese martial arts following the principles of T’ai Chi, emphasizing a peaceful, non-combative approach to self-defense, respect of self and others, developing self-confidence, concentration, agility and balanced movement, and inner and outer awareness. Excellent practice for children as well as adults.
Qi Gong (T’ai Qi Gong) for Positive Energy Cultivation, Health Maintenance, and Self-Healing – Based on Taoist Wu Dang Qi Gong and the Earth’s Five Elements Theory. Qi Gong translates into internal energy or vital life force (Qi) cultivation (Gong). Traditional Chinese discipline to improve and maintain health, to promote physical , emotional, and spiritual healing, and to transform negative energy (emotions, thoughts) into positive energy. It employs guided breath control, meditation, healing sounds and vibrations exercises, and fluid, slow, gentle movement.
Inner Yoga – Chakra Energies Balancing with Gentle Hatha Postures and Stretching. Yoga means union of body, mind, and spirit. The breath/energy (prana) and the postures (asanas) and the gentle stretches are used to activate, energize, and balance the seven Chakras (the physical, emotional, and spiritual centers of one’s being), resulting in toning and limbering the muscles, releasing physical and emotional stress, calming the mind, and elevating the spirit.
Chair Inner Yoga - for those with limited abilities.
Tao Meditation ((the Method of Zen)– Guided Taoist Meditation/Chakras Meditation/Transcendental Meditation. Emphasis is on the ability to focus, mindfulness, contemplative self-inquiry and clarity, transcendence, and the expansion of inner and outer awareness and sense of overall connectedness. Utilizes breathing techniques to promote free energy flow, healing mantras and sound resonance, imagery, and visualization, all resulting in deep relaxation, tranquility, inner peace and harmony. Also provides tools for pain relief and insomnia, and promotes release of muscle tension, anxiety, and stress.
Qi Gong Massage (Deep Relaxation) - Based on ancient Taoist practice. Induces a quiet body response through harmonizing the rhythm of breath with gentle massage strokes to release physical and emotional tension. Improves blood circulation and energy flow, resulting in “revitalizing relaxation”.
Reiki - Palm or hands-on-healing. Japanese energy based technique for stress and tension reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. Rei means ultimate/higher and ki means energy/life force. Provided by appointment by Reiki Master and Instructor, Marcie Lancaster (530) 515-9691.