About Chi Steps and Chi Squares

We often teach Chi Steps and Chi Squares separately but in the same Chi session as they have complementary energetic qualities. Chi Steps are slow movements focused on one area of the body, or we may work with the whole body, in order to clear negative energy and...

Introduction

This course contains videos and suggestions to support your personal Chi practice. The videos feature Incheol Ha, 2nd generation Chi Master. Please use these guidance videos regularly so you can clear negative energies and build your Chi strength and stability. Your...

Regular Chanting Practice

We recommend chanting regularly whether it be every day or 2 to 3 times per week to help you clear and revive your mental energies, re-focus and welcome new ideas and inspiration into your life. Incheol Ha chanting Shinsundochi  “The Path to a Bright...

Format of a Chanting Session

Chanting can also be an effective way to prepare your mind for a more calming and meaningful meditation. This chanting session will take around 15-20 minutes depending on how long a meditation you choose to take at the end. Your Focus for Training To maximise the...

Etiquette: The Three Bows

We start and finish Chanting Classes with 3 bows. Please see below demonstration video by Incheol Ha. If you are unable to do the full three bows then please do three standing bows followed by a half-bow. Please note that you can increase the resolution of the picture...