23 10, 2014

Easy & Gentle Tai Chi-QiGong by Kim Kubsch at Palm Creek Golf Resort, Casa Grande

By |2014-10-23T01:56:26+00:00October 23rd, 2014|

Easy & Gentle Tai Chi-QiGong by Kim Kubsch, Safe Movements Starting November 3, 2014: Mondays, 3-4pm - Ocotillo Room. Class fee is $5. Drop-ins are welcome! This form of flowing energy derived from martial arts, consists of a series of slow, fluid movements done softly and gently. All levels and abilities are welcome. No equipment needed, just rubber-soled shoes and water! Kim Kubsch is a Tai Chi Instructor certified by the American Tai Chi-Qigong Association. She is also certified to [...]

8 03, 2014

Tai Chi-QiGong – a journey of continually flowing optimism!

By |2014-03-08T01:29:50+00:00March 8th, 2014|

Dear Tai Chi and Culinary Chi friends, March is National Optimism Month “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”  During your optimistic journey, keep in mind that learning is a gift, even when pain is your teacher. Japanese Friendship Garden Lecture Series: Experience Tai Chi-QiGong On Sunday, March 16th at 1pm, I will share Tai Chi at the serene and tranquil Japanese Friendship Garden in central Phoenix. I [...]

27 11, 2013

Improve your Golf Game with Tai Chi and QiGong

By |2013-11-27T15:02:57+00:00November 27th, 2013|

Why is Tai Chi such a powerful tool for golfers?  Tai Chi practitioners are taught to move from their dan tein, which is their center of gravity. In golf, instructors encourage you to “swing with the belly button.” This is another way of saying to swing with the dan tien. Many golfers discover that they can drive the ball much farther after practicing Tai Chi for only a few months. This two-hour semi-private outdoor session for golfers who want to [...]