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Serious but fun and rewarding

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Essence of Tai Chi explained in English

What is "Jing Ling"?

Jing Ling in Chinese writing is 静灵. Chinese meaning is  “心静,神灵”. It means while the mind stays calm and relaxed, it is also sharp and intelligent, ready to respond. It is applicable to the body as well: while it’s in stillness, it’s ready to act swiftly.

Why Jing Ling Tai Chi Academy?

Experience traditional Yang style Tai Chi as taught in China over 30 years ago.

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