We teach Chi Kung as an energy art so that people can:
Clear chronic illness
Have more energy
Increase their resilience
Strengthen their mind and spirit
For more information about the benefits possible click here
London Chi Kung
12-week course 4th September to November 20th
£360 in advance.
18 Lohan Arts - For Health, Vitality and Longevity.
Level 1 - Generating Energy Flow for Health and Happiness.
Every Wednesday 7.15-8.15pm
Colet House, 151 Talgarth Road W14 9DA
And, as always, if we don’t deliver what we say during these courses
you can have your money back.
Foundation Energy Skills
At the regular London classes taught at The Study Society we teach the first four fundamental levels of the Fully Alive syllabus as well as higher level energy skills.
The fundamental Chi Kung levels will help prepare you for deeper and more advanced Chi Kung training we also teach at regular classes. In these fundamental courses you will develop foundation energy skills, as well receiving instruction on how to develop and apply the fundamental skills for using energy in everyday life.
The four fundamental Chi Kung levels are:
- Generating Energy Flow for Health and Happiness
- Developing Skills for Conscious Flow
- Building Internal Force
- Developing Skills for Nourishing Energy
These 4 levels cover 3 main and important aspects of Chi Kung practice - Cleansing | Building | Nourishing
The skill in using energy is the most important part, because it this you will be using to apply to and enhance all the things you do. Our aim is to help people make practical use of energy skills beyond the form of Chi Kung.
18 Lohan Arts
These set of exercises are excellent for promoting good health, vitality and longevity. They can also lead to spiritual expansion.
This course will be suitable for beginners, intermediate and advanced practitioners.
A beginner will develop a strong body as a result of the training as well as experiencing physical, mental and emotional relaxation. They will also be introduced to the methods of developing energy flow and internal force for increased vitality.
An intermediate practitioner will be able to make use of their skills in using energy for developing inner strength at the level of body, mind and energy, as well as experiencing physical, mental and emotional relaxation.
The more advanced practitioners will benefit from all of the above and have the opportunity to experience spiritual expansion as a result of the practice.
In addition to being used to train foundation skills the 18 Lohan Arts can be classified into 3 groups:
Patterns 1-6 are excellent for developing internal force.
Patterns 7-12 develop the skills of exploding force.
Patterns 13-18 help develop balance and agility.
Get in touch for more information
If you would like to join a class or course with Fully Alive or just get some more information about them, or have a question about the training or how it can help you, then please fill out the form below.
The Shaolin Arts have been taught and passed down over the last 1500 years. Tai Chi Chuan, which developed out of those arts, has been helping people for over 500 years. At Fully Alive we are lucky to be part of that lineage and want to pass on the benefits we continue to get from this practise. Please pass on this page to anyone you think might benefit.
We are ordinary people who have been lucky enough to find and practice a number of extraordinary arts, including the arts taught to us by a Shaolin Grandmaster.
Practicing these arts has changed us and the way we live our lives and we believe it is important to pass these things on so others can benefit.
London Chi Kung Lesson Reviews
Lesson 1: April 2019/ Level 5 - Focusing Energy for Stability and Growth + Sinew Metamorphosis - How to Generate Tremendous Energy
Dear Tim, I find this so so helpful. It seems there is such an enormous amount of wisdom, simplicity and gentle discipline in the practice of Qi Gong - and I benefit from this post-class analysis and information. It is both helpful and educational.
I’m determined to understand Kung fu too! I am, I tell my grandchildren, Dragon Grandma. They love it and think I’m learning to fly.
Thanks Tim, looking forward to the next sessions