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Tai chi + qi gong at Studio Bhuta Yoga (September 18)

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Practical information

Immerse yourself in an energetic adventure of September 18th au 17 December (planned leave for Thanksgiving). Duration : 12 rewarding sessions. Investments : $167,99. *Minimum of 5 registrations required.

Preferred registration by phone at Bhuta Yoga Studio : 450 824-9642 or by email to info@bhutayoga.ca.

A perfect course for:

  • Strengthen its roots;
  • Develop healthy boundaries;
  • Stabilize your emotions;


A simple and powerful Tai-chi based on solid energy bases. Indeed, this course integrates an in-depth knowledge of energy and the body.

Built in Russian dolls, it integrates the essential notions of chi kung (qi gong) as well as advanced techniques intertwined with each other. The course remains accessible to all: Beginners as well as advanced students can certainly find what they are looking for.

The goal is to teach you how energy naturally flows through the body. From the inner posture to the outer posture, from static to dynamic. Then to integrate space and directions into the movement.

This course is therefore for anyone who seeks to release their deep nature and better understand the energy in the body and as a body. It is a course that is ideal for strengthening your roots, developing healthy boundaries and stabilizing emotions. On the other hand, this is not the right class to exert yourself physically.

Typical course flow:

  1. Inner smile;
  2. Qi gong activation and chi massage;
  3. Qigong for warming and self-healing;
  4. Qi gong for the spine;
  5. Qi gong of the structure (iron shirt);
  6. Form of Tai-chi qi gong / Tai-chi of the masters;

Tai-chi of the masters / Tai-chi chi kung

The form of tai chi that I teach, master taichi or taiji-qigong is the one developed by Mantak Chia. I teach it unofficially after having practiced it for more than 15 years regularly.

It consists of a few repeated movements in the 4 directions and on both sides.

It is a simple and powerful tai chi based on solid energy bases.

This tai chi is an integration of chi kung in movement and directions. By adding a relationship with the inner Yin/Yang polarities and, for the more advanced, the integration of environmental and cosmic energies.

The movements of this form of tai chi are learned quite quickly and easily for a beginner level. This makes it possible to quickly integrate the energy dimensions. In addition, it is possible to practice it in environments with limited space.

Finally, it is possible for students to obtain books and training videos to deepen this world-renowned form.

Qigong behind

The energy work practiced in the heart corresponds to the bases of most of the teachings of qi gong. The iron shirt postures are those taught by Mantak Chia.

The exercises for the spine come from the qi gong of the three treasures of Philip Lai.

Activation and warming qigong is a blend of techniques brought up by Barbara Ann Brennan, Mantak Chia and Philip Lai.

Through the movements, certain energy techniques are specific to me and others also come from two other of my teachers: Marc Bériault and Rock Berger.

In the courses I explain the choice of techniques, their impact and their raison d'être from an energy point of view.

Qigong and me

Qigong is a longtime love for me. Since 2003, so 20 years already, I practice it regularly.

But it is since 2008 that my practice has been transformed through my self-healing and the perception of energies.

Since then, I have been busy identifying the essentials in the different qi gong practices and choosing exercises that embody human potential by strengthening its nature, its evolution and its health. When I have the opportunity, I interact with instructors, energy practitioners and qigong masters.

My goal is to practice and transmit an energy shaping that is both aesthetic and devoid of superfluity.

For several years now, I have arrived at a relatively stable and very effective form that I practice regularly and share with my friends and students.

See also the following article: A Word About Chi Kung (Qigong)



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