Nitya Gurukula is privileged to offer Taichi training with the guidance & supervision of Christopher Fernandes
Master Craftsman in Energy Work Global Trainer in Taichi, Martial Artist. Teacher, Author, Physical Trainer. Trained under the late Lama Sevang Migyuar Nobu; 1st Indian to be trained in Wushu at the Beijing Institute of Physical education 35 plus years in martial arts; 50 thousand plus students across the globe; Conducts seminars and workshops across India, An expert in the use of a vast array of traditional weapons
Researching on Indian Martial Arts - Vajra Mushti and the Science of Inner Engineering for the last 17 yearsChristopher created Sevangee –in memory of his Guru 'Sevang'
"Sevangee draws its ideology from a bamboo plant, though hollow in
nature, but having tremendous potential – from being a weapon to a
musical instrument, to being the basic foundation for shelter, and so on..!"
Taichi & Energy Work are used interchangeably Energy Work is deeper work with internal organs & energy systems Energy Work for: Purification Tonification Balance
Purpose & Description
|Instructor Taichi||Mastery in Taichi to guide & teach||Nei Gung, Forms, Qi Gung, Chi Saw – 6 plus levels|
|Medical Qi Gong||Learning embryology and human physiology in terms of meridians, energy flows||Healing & relief from Life Style illnesses, aches & pains, sleeplessness etc. Mastery of walks for balance and healing.|
|Corporate Taichi||Work life balance for Corporates, Industrialists, Executives, Entrepreneurs||• Stress Reduction • Increased productivity & creativity • Balanced Personal & Professional lives|
|Brain Enrichment Program:||For Students & Elderly||• Improving & building memory• Body Mind Connectivity, Balance & Enhancing Self Esteem|
"The Chinese characters for Tai Chi Chuan can be translated as the 'Supreme Ultimate Force'. This is often associated with the Chinese concept of yin-yang, the notion that one can see a dynamic duality (male/female, active/passive, dark/light, forceful/yielding, etc.) in all things." ..'Force' (or, more literally, 'fist') can be thought of here as the means or way of achieving this ying-yang, or 'supreme-ultimate' discipline"
Taichi philosophy and principles are integrated into the principle of NG's East-West Synthesis, to promote a balance in the duality of East and West.
"A regimen of practice & training for the development of the self' Refining the mind & purifying the bodyMaintaining mindfulness & body alignment; These are mere tools, but Taichi is beyond all theseIt is being in the moment totallyWhen the unleashing of the potential happens"