The Qigong movements and breathing practices have a long history dating back to the 18th century B.C. in China. These ancient healers found that certain movements could help balance and enhance the bodies physical and metabolic functions, and at the same time also help to maintain the range of motion of the joints.
Benefits of Qigong training are wide-ranging and include the following: improved posture, balance, alignment, and body mechanics; deeper and more natural breathing patterns; stress relief and relaxation; better focus and concentration; improved circulation of blood, lymph, and energy; more overall feelings of peace and balance
Martial Arts Bio
Mitch Moses began his journey in the Martial Arts at the age of ten in Brooklyn, New York when at his own request his father enrolled him into a local JiuJitsu school. After that initial exposure, at age 16, he then went on to study Southern Praying Mantis Kung Fu (in Chinatown, NYC) under Master Gin Fu Mark and Japanese Goju Karate under Sensei Harry Rosenstein throughout his High School years. It was in 1983 that Mitch first began his study of Tai Chi Chuan under William C.C. Chen. In 1998 he enrolled in the North Eastern School of Tai Chi under Eric Schnieder and then in 2003 he began classes with Maggie Newman, all students of the late Yang Tai Chi Master Cheng Man Chang.
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