Welcome to Tai Chi Solution
Slow down, take a deep breath and exhale! Are you ready to develop a more vibrant, mindful and healthy lifestyle? On this website we will expose you to the Chinese Wisdom of Lifelong Holistic Self-Cultivation. Embrace the natural order of Nature - and have patience with yourself...
With a platform of education and community we seek to inspire people to live a balanced lifestyle, achieve the goal of living an abundant healthy life full of happiness and success. By offering classes, workshops, one on one coaching and educational tools. We help people master the art of Tai chi movements, self-healing and lifelong self-cultivation of this practice.
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Since human beings first appeared, people never stopped searching for the keys to longevity.
How does one continue to feel young and feel young, live longer, rarely get sick and live a lifestyle with more energy and less pain while living longer?
Only a century ago, the average life expectancy was 42 years. Today people live two times longer.
This is due not only to advances in medicine and technology but, more importantly, to proper nutrition and lifestyle adjustments.
We see healthy and active seniors well into their 90s and many baby boomers are expected to live to 100 years with an active lifestyle.
The book The Five Secrets to longevity by Drs Michael Lam and Maria Sulindrs discusses the five pillars of anti-aging:
Optimal Anti-Aging Supplementation
Natural Hormone Enhancement
Anti-Aging Specific Exercises
Aging is no longer defined as a natural and irreversible course of events but as a process frequently resulting in a collection
of chronic degenerative diseases such as arthritis, diabetes and loss of memory.
“The good news is that the majority of these conditions can be reversed and cured in this early stage by natural and non – toxic compounds
that have been around for centuries but ignored by the medical community in the past 150 years”
(How to Stay Young & Live Longer by Michael Lam , Maria Sulindrs and Dorine Tan).
Aging is a treatable disease that is 70% related to lifestyle and only 30 % related to genetics.
TaiChiSolution.org’s aim is to create a gracefully aging society using discover’s China has known for thousands years
while encouraging practitioners to pursue self-healing in daily life.
This includes specific Tai Chi and Qi Gong exercises to protect and strengthen the internal organs,
regulating and nourishing the spirit, maintaining an optimistic attitude, adjusting the diet,
supplementing and keeping a balanced life between work and rest.
Qi Gong is a unique Qi (intrinsic energy) cultivation through the proper posture, breathing and meditative technique.
As an art of healing and health preservation it has a long history and a profound cultural background and
plays a critical role to prevent from diseases and prolong life.
In the context of Chinese Traditional Medicine, Essence, Qi and Spirit are the basic elements of all physiologic activity.
Qi (life energy) appears in various forms in the body. The basic form is “original Qi” which is made up of the prenatal Qi;
nutrients of food and the air drawn in through the lung. Qi vitalizes the body and flows along a network of channels in the body,
known as meridians. Although these channels are not visible, they can be measured electrically.
There are 12 major meridians, most of which correspond to an organ in the body.
When a person is healthy, an abundant supply of Qi flows through all the meridians in the right direction.
If the flow becomes blocked or unruly, disease will follow. Qi Gong exercise has been approved as an
active way to help removing such blockage so good health can return.
Tai Chi Quan is "supreme ultimate martial art" originated from China and now widely practiced mainly for improving health in the world.
“Tai Chi” is a philosophy term meaning supreme ultimate. It brings two complementary polar opposites called Yin and Yang together,
that creates a dynamic, balanced, integrated, and inter-dependent whole. This martial mart uses serene, complementary and sequential forms
through the movements of offense and defense; soft and hard; fast and slow; upward and downward;
inward and outward, ect. to improve focus, vitality, strengthen, flexibility, balance, coordination.
Doctors and health professionals have become more and more aware of its tremendous health benefits.
Tai Chi Class for Beginners
This class includes Qi gong exercise, fundamental Tai chi exercise and 24 form simply Yang style Tai Chi Quan. It helps to develop proper posture, flexibility, balance and strength, as well as the basic Tai chi movements. It’s open to everyone who is searching for a simple practice to experience the calm flow and energetic balance by connecting your body and mind.
12:00pm - 1:15pm
Advanced Tai Chi class
For those who are searching for the next level of Tai Chi practice or any other short form of Tai Chi the 48 Form Tai Chi Quan is a great option. In this class you will reinforce the Tai Chi fundamentals and experience a longer form of Tai Chi which combines movements from the five styles of Tai Chi.By practicing the 48 Form Tai Chi Quan, you will improve your coordination, strength, and rhythm. You will have more energy to deal with your day-to-day challenges while inwardly feeling a sense of calm and tranquility.
12:00pm - 1:15pm
Forest Hills Queens
TAI CHI MOVES with Sherry
This DVD includes Qigong Exercises, Tai Chi Fundamental Exercises and the Simplified Yang Style Tai Chi Form. These three exercises can be practiced individually or you can follow the whole sequence for a complete workout. It is a great guide to enhance what you learn in Sherry’s classes or workshops, with great benefits for everyone regardless of age or physical ability.
Powerful Antioxidant Supplement
Promotes cardiovascular health PLUS: Helps maintain healthy cholesterol and blood glucose levels. Helps maintain healthy circulation by strengthening capillaries, artieries and veins. Promotes healthy blood vessel dilatation. Demonstrates anti-inflammatory activity and promotes joint health. Additional Benefits: Combats free radicals
Sherry Zhang is a certified Tai Chi and Qi Gong instructor by the China Physical Education and Sports Committee, a well as a faculty member at the Pacific college of Oriental Medicine in NYC, teaching Tai Chi Quan and Qi Gong. A native of Hubei China, she holds a bachelor's degree in physical education from Chengdu Physical Education Institute in Sichuan and was an associate researcher in the Chinese Wushu Research Institute in Beijing. Zhang began to acquire an outstanding martial arts background at the age of 6. She has been a pioneer for China Wushu Association and was selected for the "List of China Wushu Celebrities" an honor the People's Republic of China bestowed on its top martial arts practitioners in 1998.
This logo is a combination of three major elements: the Tai Chi symbol, which is unity of Yin and Yang; the Dragon; and Lucky clouds. The circular shape of a golden coin reminds us of one’s fortune to have good health, and to accumulate it throughout your life.
The Chinese believe that everything in the universe is made up of two polar energies:
Yin and Yang. The Yin energy is character is a profoundly restful, and subdued energy whereas the Yang energy is characterized as a more outgoing and extroverted energy. The Tai Chi symbol represents a perfect balance of Yin and Yang, the same type of balance needed for a healthy and happy life. The same balance that needs to be brought into all relationships: work, family, friendship, and society.
The Dragon is the most popular and mysterious creature in Chinese culture because it has the power to dive into the waters, fly to the sky and increase abundance and longevity. The Dragon's spine in the logo, reminding us of the constant flow of life and our need to adapt to it with the same endless flexibility of a dragon. Continued success, high achievement, and prosperity are also listed among the Dragon's arsenal of good qualities.
The clouds are regarded by ancient Chinese as a symbol of good luck and abundance as well as a creation of heaven, reminding us to be the creators of our own life.
Designed by Lisa Zaccaria of The Branding Studio the logo has multiple meanings that embody the essence of Tai Chi Solution's mission.
In general, the logo of Tai chi solution represents our best wishes for health, happiness and longevity for everyone.
"Tai Chi is a practice and a moving art form. I have taken Master Zhang’s workshops to understand how to move from a deeper place and as a whole, which has been carried over into my life. I also find inspiration in Master Zhang to keep up my personal daily practice. Few masters in the west live by how they teach but watching, being a boss, a student and friend I see how she lives what she speaks. A beautiful soul all should encounter."
Yoga. Dance. Tai Chi.
"I have taken Tai Chi now for several years with Ms.Zhang and can honestly say it is one of the best sports/fitness courses I have ever taken. The classes are well-structured with an excellent balance between practicing the various moves and putting them together into the two forms. Yet the classes are never boring because there is constant improvement in the execution. Very important for me, tai chi is excellent for working on my balance and is very easy on my joints. I recommend the class whole-heartedly."
"Sherry Zhang’s enthusiasm for teaching and demonstrating her art to diverse audiences is inspiring. I have had the privilege of studying Tai Chi with Sherry Zhang in New York City. Sherry is a skilled teacher and practitioner. She teaches in a gentle yet focused manner and eagerly shares her deep knowledge with her students. Her classes are challenging yet accessible. I learned something new in each session while strengthening my growing abilities and confidence."
Special Advisior for Cultural Initiatives
"We recently invited Sifu Sherry as special guest instructor to our Japanese Martial Arts School in NJ. It was an introductory Qi Gong seminar that was well attended by our students and invited guests. The skill level of the participants ranged from beginner to advanced. Sifu Sherry is a master instructor that is extremely talented and has excellent credentials. Her seminar was well structured, informative and most importantly, beneficial to the participants. She received very positive feedback from everyone and we're looking forward to having back for a second seminar on meditation and self care in the near term future. So if you're looking for someone to lead a Chinese Martial Arts seminar, look no further, she's the real deal, an excellent teacher and it was a pleasure to work with her. I would highly recommend her without reservation."
Chief Instructor Yoshitsune Jujutsu
Kai Bayonne, NJ
New York City
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