Ki Development Classes

for Adults and Teens

(ages 13 +)

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This 40-minute, self-empowerment, Japanese Yoga class based on oneness is designed for people of all levels, looking to experience the mind-body benefits of Ki development without the direct experience of Ki Aikido rolls and martial techniques.

The class will focus on mind-body unification principles, how to move gracefully, how to connect with oneself and others and how to use Ki principles in daily life.

 

What you will get:

Relaxation & Awareness

Learn to observe the workings of your mind more clearly by developing focus & concentration<

Breathwork

Breathing is one of the most basic activities of the body. We teach full, relaxed deep breathing, which is good for general health. Mindful breathing practice improves the ability of the mind to lead the body.

Develop Life Force (Prana/Ki)

There is an external movement that creates physical energy. And then there is an internal movement of energy, or Ki, that requires you train your mind to move it.

Conscious Movement

Simple, light, natural, functional, rhythmic movements are taught and practiced. They are used to discover and express calmness and relaxation in motion.

Better Posture

Good posture fosters a dynamic balance of the mind and body. Proper posture uses all the muscles of the body and avoids overusing large muscle groups.

Visualization

The mind leads the body. Using our imagination in a positive way improves the rest of our training and our life.

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING…

“Thank you, Sensei, for the gift of this Dojo! I can’t tell you how much I appreciate this group of incredible people.”

Joe B., Westminster, CO

If you are interested in this class, please let us know!

We need a minimum of 4 people to re-open this class, so let us know you are interested, and we’ll let you know as soon as we open it again.

9 + 2 =

The class incorporates:

Breathing, movement, visualization techniques and meditation to teach how mind and body are connected and interactive.

Ki training works with the premise that the mind leads the body. Practice develops confidence and discipline, which leads to greater relaxation and physical stability.

A light push is often used to test the stability of students in various postures and movements. This “ki test” provides a form of biofeedback, revealing the quality and depth of physical relaxation and mental calmness. Each test helps students cultivate a reliable relaxation response that can be called upon in daily life.

Our training uses posture and movement to affect a more positive mental state, while at the same time showing how a positive outlook improves posture and movement