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Hello!

I wish you well in your life journey of learning, growing and improving.  Hopefully, I can be more of a part of that by offering my instruction through my classes, lectures and this website.

 

Regards,

Jim Moltzan

Wind & Water Makes Fire

February 14, 2019
Wind (BaguaZhang) & Water (Tai Chi) = Fire (Qigong) or in Taoist Inner Alchemy, Kan & Li – an exercise and meditation (sitting, standing and moving exercises) process tha...
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Tai Chi is NOT Chai Tea!

February 07, 2019
Qigong is not Chinese food and Tai Chi is not a drink (chai tea). So what is it? Come join me for a FREE 1-hour discussion about these exercises and other Traditional Chi...
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Tai Chi & Qigong Classes at Winter Park Hosital Rehab Center

January 29, 2019
Here is a 20 minute class I taught at Florida Hospital's Rehab Center, back in 2013. The focus was to show Parkinson's patients methods to counter some of their side efff...
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Consumer Reports that Tai Chi is good for your health and more specifically, back pain.

December 10, 2018
Consumer Reports that Tai Chi is good for your health and more specifically, back pain. https://www.consumerreports.org/back-pain/tai-chi-for-back-pain/?fbclid=IwAR3_X9J...
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Taoist Yoga (Hard Qigong)

October 31, 2018
Qigong, whether hard or soft refers to deep breathing exercises performed with little or no movement. Hard or soft is relative to how much tension is put on the body and...
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