Who is AiKi

We will learn to gather and feel our Ki; Granting it more power through Zen in Movement.

Ki can be felt, its power can also be increased through movement techniques and breathing exercises, which is the foundation core of its power.

Having Ki without proper breathing makes it difficult for our body to be strong, therefore for Zen in Movement it is important to correctly oxygenate our body and thus improve our inner Ki.

Furthermore, achieving a correct body posture is important because we position our body so that our organs are in the natural position and can be oxygenated and adequately perform their funtions.

Once we have achieved the correct Zazen or Shizen Tai position and we have control of our breathing, we will experience the comfort of doing it correctly and using our body according to the techniques being practiced in Zen in movement.

The breathing cycle is key to begin feeling our inner Ki and strengthen it every day, accomplishing what we seek with our practices.

There will come a point in which we have a complete connection with our Ki and we can use it in all our everyday activities with every movement we make, we will use our Ki when we wake up, when we shower, when we have breakfast, when we drive, when we work, when we practice sport. We will have control over the MOMENT and our movements.

Ki is always with us; it is the vitality with which we think and perform our activities, that is Ki.

With Zen in Movement we will make a strong union of Ki in order to use it to achieve mental clarity; better physical strength and project it towards our later years to reach them both mentally and physically strong.

That is our mission, to be able to convey these healthy teachings to everyone in our school and help them achieve a better quality of life.



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