CHANSI GONG, HUNYUAN QIGONG , PING ZUO, SWIMMING DRAGON QIGONG
Joseph Pau is our personal choice for a teacher of qigong and the internal martial arts, which in itself is an ancient art of mindfulness. Qi practice can seem enigmatic – Joseph’s passion for teaching and his deep, steady and direct nature is the perfect fit for a modern audience. This dedication to his craft began in 1993, where he began his studies in Chen style Xinyi Hunyuan Taijiquan under Harrison Moretz at the Taoist Studies Institute in Seattle, WA. Joseph is a 20th generation Chen Style Taijiquan and 3rd generation Hunyuan Taijiquan disciple!
A lifelong teacher, Joseph has been teaching Taijiquan and Qigong for more than two decades. He holds incredible passion for passing on his direct and genuine experience to students, new and long-term alike. He delights in watching the progress of understanding that students have and to continue the benefits and legacy of a deep, internal and ancient practice.
Qi to Joseph is the movement of all life, and like brushstrokes in water the practice ripples to all aspects of living. The practice of ‘non-doing’ is an essential part of Joseph’s personal philosophy.
It allows me time to be me.
I like to help people discover who they truly are.
I want SPACE 2B to be a community where meditation and nourishing qi are experienced. When I walk into the space I want to feel the refreshment of fresh qi from those practicing around me. I also want clients to be able to find, their SPACE TO BE.
Living simply is about finding ways to “do” less. I have learned that key to many things is learning to “not do.” So to me, to live simply is very much in line with that sentiment. The word enough is a very useful word to keep in mind in our daily life.