These authentic Tai Chi & Chi Kung meditations will introduce you to a number of simple and powerful techniques in Eastern healing arts. Ramel (Rami) Rones, master teacher, best selling author, and researcher shares his teaching with you in a lively, fun and easy-to-follow format.
This course includes: gentle stretches, silent meditations, guided meditations, basic strengthening exercises, select Tai Chi forms, cleansing meditations, and easy relaxations, all divided up into short, easy-to-digest sections.
Rami has designed a number of medical clinical trials such an investigation into the benefits of Tai Chi for Fibromyalgia, and Tai Chi for Knee Osteoarthritis. Much of his research design is included in this course. Rami's Fibromyalgia and Tai Chi study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine and featured in the New York Times.
Rami has also done extensive teaching at the internationally recognized Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Tufts Medical Center and the Boston Medical Center where he continues to help patients deal with, and recover from, a wide variety of ailments and the side effects that often occur during treatment.
Rami runs and publishes a blog twice a week. All of Rami's courses can be supplemented with the tips, tricks, and extra materials that Rami provides for FREE at his website. Please visit Rami's Instructor page for information on Rami's website as well as his social media profiles. Also visit Rami's Youtube channel for more video content to augment your health and fitness routines.
In this course, you will:
Please refer to the supplementary material included in the course for detailed guides on how to do the movements and maintain correct body positions.
Teacher at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston Medical Center, and Tufts Medical Center.
Designed the intervention for multiple research studies to examine Tai Chi's effect on Fibromyalgia and Knee Osteoarthritis. Co-author. Randomized Trial of Tai Chi for Fibromyalgia. New England Journal of Medicine. 2010; 363;8. Featured in the New York Times. Co-author. Effect of Tai Chi in Adults with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Rheumatology. 2005; 44: 685-687.
Best selling author of the Sunrise and Sunset Tai Chi books and DVDs.