Experience a Tai Chi sequence that takes you from stillness to motion — so you can release tension, calm your mind, reconnect with the natural world, and cultivate joy.
The power of Tai Chi begins with stillness.
To stand still is to broaden your view of the world. As you breathe slowly, you learn to appreciate life as it comes — without memory or expectation.
As your body releases tense, anxious patterns, your mind becomes quiet. The Qi flows not only within your body, but between you and Nature.
The spring equinox is known as the beginning of spring, but the ancient Chinese always believed the energetic beginning of spring to be in February.
When the flowers are still hidden under the snow, it’s the perfect time to plant the seeds for new growth that you’ll harvest later...
And these seeds of new energy and better health will continue to blossom in the spring and summer.
Join us for an enlightening new mini-workshop with Ken Cohen, Tai Chi and Qigong Grandmaster and founder of the Qigong Research & Practice Center.
In the Shift Network’s first-ever Tai Chi event, Ken will guide you to explore the four hidden energies found throughout the Tai Chi form.
As you’ll discover, Tai Chi is a healing art that works on the entire system at once. It resets your whole being — moving the out-of-balance elements back into place.
Ken will help you discern exactly where you are holding tension in your body, so you can let it go, freeing yourself to cultivate stillness...
In this 60-minute free Tai Chi online event, you’ll:
- Explore the many benefits of Tai Chi — including better balance, boosted immunity, increased power to cope with stress, deeper levels of relaxation, and much more
- Discover the differences between Tai Chi and Qigong
- Explore how Tai Chi guides you to ask, How can I utilize my body’s entire healing system?
- Improve your Tai Chi practice by correcting common mistakes that even longtime practitioners make
- Move through a completely new guided movement practice — one movement that incorporates all of the principles of the entire Tai Chi form as you transition from stillness into motion
Ken is a world-renowned Tai Chi and Qigong Grandmaster with more than 50 years of experience. During this free 60-minute event, you’ll learn how you can deepen your practice and continue your work with Ken in his new LIVE 7-week online Tai Chi course.
Ken is beloved by his students worldwide for his friendly and engaging teaching style — making ancient healing arts easy to understand and a joy to practice.
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Join this FREE video event with Ken Cohen and experience a Tai Chi sequence that takes you from stillness to motion — so you can release tension, calm your mind, reconnect with the natural world, and cultivate joy.
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What People Are Saying About Ken Cohen...
“His Qigong movements express true mastery and a deep cultivation of the spirit of China.”
Without actually being in Ken Cohen’s presence, it would be very hard to believe that an American could have such profound and detailed understanding of traditional Chinese culture. His Qigong movements express true mastery and a deep cultivation of the spirit of China. Professor Kenneth Cohen’s dissemination of Chinese culture to the Western World is an enormous work and a glorious achievement.
— Tu Xinshi, Editor-in-Chief, Chinese American Post
“For the first time in 30 years, I am able to walk free of pain.”
Thanks to [Ken Cohen’s] Qigong instruction, my post-polio syndrome is under control. For the first time in 30 years, I am able to walk free of pain. There are no words to express my gratitude.
— M.G., retired Spanish teacher
“[My] Parkinson's [has] been significantly better since the weekend.”
I am the student with Parkinson’s from the recent workshop. I want to tell you that I have been significantly better since the weekend. My movements are easier and quicker.
— R.L., Nurse
About Ken Cohen
Kenneth S. Cohen (Gao Han), MA, is a world-renowned Tai Chi and Qigong Grandmaster with more than 50 years of experience. A former collaborator with Alan Watts, he’s the author of the internationally acclaimed book The Way of Qigong and more than 200 journal articles on spirituality and health. Ken received his teaching certificate from the William C. C. Chen School of Tai Chi Chuan in 1974 and continued training with B. P. Chan and Madame Gao Fu. He eventually became the apprentice of Taoist Abbot Huang Geng Shi (1910-1999), an acupuncturist, Qi healer, and martial artist from China’s sacred Xi Qiao Mountain.
A leader in the dialogue between ancient wisdom and modern science, Ken was one of the first to teach Qigong in North American medical schools. His sponsors have included the Mayo Clinic, the Menninger Institute, the American Cancer Society, and numerous cultural organizations. He is the recipient of the Alyce and Elmer Green Lifetime Achievement Award in Energy Medicine. Ken is known for his friendly and engaging teaching style, making ancient healing arts easy to understand and a joy to practice.