The Body and Mind Healing School in Chiang Mai, Thailand, is a holistic center that focuses on personal growth, relaxation, health and healing.
The main training subjects are various Asian healing arts from India, China and Japan, such as Yoga & Meditation, Tai Chi, Chi Kung (Qigong), Reiki Healing, Taoist Inner Alchemy, but also offerings of Astrology readings for guidance.
The school is founded and run by Rod and his wife and offers daily Tai Chi Chuan and Chi Kung morning classes (Mondays to Fridays) and afternoon Yoga classes (on Mondays and Wednesdays). The Yoga classes usually cover Beginner, Hatha Yoga & Meditation.
By the way, some of the classes mentioned above are so-called drop-in classes, but others are part of – usually – 5-day programs/courses (Monday to Friday). There are also options to go deeper and enroll for 10-day or 35-day training programs. For more info about this, check the school’s website calendar.
The weekends are usually off, except for occasional other training courses of, for instance, Reiki (Level 1, 2, and 3) and Taoist Inner Sexual Alchemy (levels 1 to 3).
Philosophy & Focus
Chi Kung healing is positioned as an art to promote and increase internal energy flow to improve one’s health. Training offerings are a series of Chi Kung exercises and methods to help improve health and vitality.
Tai Chi is promoted as an art to improve coordination, balance and concentration. The school offers step-by-step Tai Chi practices to understand fully the meaning of what one is practicing.
Reiki training is offered for inner peace, health, and cultivation of stillness into one’s life. A simple healing meditation for improving one’s sense of well being and help develop one’s healing potential for the benefit of oneself and others.
Yoga & meditation classes are for detoxing the body and mind through exercise and meditation. For those who wish to keep their Yoga practice simple but effective and want to improve the way they feel.
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