The answer to this question is four-fold so I’ll try to be succinct.
First, Calligraphy Yoga (CY) is only partly yoga. In fact its a mix of Qi Gong, Tai Chi, Yoga & Chinese Calligraphy philosophy. Qi Gong and Tai Chi you’ve probably seen being done in parks, on TV and of course in the amazing beach gardens of Siglap, Singapore. They are very slow, graceful and probably a bit boring to watch. On the inside however the practitioner is working up an energetic storm – flow is probably a better term – that services the entire body to achieve the highest possible functioning. The health benefits include absence of pain and ongoing energy, strength and mobility into old age. These techniques that have been practised and perfected for millennia are part of Calligraphy Yoga.
Second, to aid the energy flow (and lets face it, to combat the boringness) of…
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