As an expert in mental toughness, I've have taught thousands of athletes, government agencies, corporations and at conferences on managing stress through qigong. It's increasingly an issue. This course was was created by one of the greatest challenges facing our workforce today. Mindfulness has become the buzz word in the media as major companies such as Google have taken initiatives in helping employees stay healthy through stress reduction programs. Even schools have adopted mindfulness programs to help calm children and reduce anxiety levels.
Qigong has yet to achieve the same popularity among corporations and individuals as an excellent form of mindfulness training. It is my goal to bring this wonderful ancient Chinese form of energy cultivation to the business world. The popularity of Chinese holistic healing therapies are beginning to make their way into the training regiment of world class athletes who are turning to the practice of tai chi qigong to help recuperate.
In this course, everything is science based. Many university studies both from the east and west most notably Harvard have proven the benefits of tai chi qigong practice.
All of the techniques taught in the course can be done as a stand alone or combined with one another in under 5 minutes. This will help with individuals with time challenged lifestyles.
So what we're going to see in this course is the following:
Master Raz Chan is an bestselling author on human performance and martial arts expert. With over 40 years of experience in the martial arts and over 12 years in the fitness industry he helps athletes and businesses develop their mental toughness to become elite performers. The foundation of his practice is deeply rooted in the practice of qigong and the principles of martial arts: focus, discipline, goal attainment, visualization and embracing challenges.
He has worked with athletes, government agencies, and corporations, teaching them how to reduce stress, gain mental clarity, overcome fear of failure, build confidence, self-awareness and mindfulness.
He has appeared in media outlets such as The New York Times, CTV, Vancouver Magazine, Vancouver Sun, Canada's Fashion Magazine, and Canada's Fight Network.