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exploring and empowering the human possibility… — Full Circle Internal Arts Full Circle Internal Arts exploring and empowering the human possibility… Welcome to Full Circle Internal Arts The internal arts offer us wonderful opportunities for enhancing our health, fitness, and personal/spiritual growth. Such practices are more important than ever in these days of rapid, often dramatic change and can assist us in all aspects of our lives. My name is Art Baner. I am an experienced and enthusiastic instructor of several martial and healing arts. On this site you’ll find extensive information, resources, and classes about all things related to the internal arts – most specifically: Taijiquan, qigong, meditation, and the various applications of hypnotherapy (coming soon). The purpose of this site is to support people who are actively cultivating their higher potential not only for themselves but also for the well being of those around them. Please have a look around, sign up for my newsletter, and drop me a line or two if you like. You can also visit my Integrative Bodywork website and schedule an appointment if you are in the Bellingham, Wa area. Wishing you clear minds and happy hearts. ~ Art Baner ? . February 21, 2009 Comments Off metta meditation circle forming… Dear friends, This is an invitation to join us for a project of service to each other, our loved ones, and the planet. As we are all aware, we are living in dynamic, fascinating times. The year ahead promises to be an important one and if you are interested in evolving your personal development and life-affirming influence in the world, you may find this project of interest. My friend Lise Flora-Waugh and I will be hosting a monthly circle for healing and Metta Meditation that will include 3 components: 1. Time to share what we are working on in our own lives. This can be a good opportunity to let others know about any goals or projects you’re involved with and possibly receive support/collaboration. Sharing, of course, is optional. 2. A group meditation to support our personal health and areas of focus, healing for those in our circle of friends and family, and healing for the planet. This will be the primary purpose for the group and the meditation will be slightly guided for purposes of staying on time. The HeartMath Institute, World Peace Pulse, Greg Braden, and many others have discussed the beneficial power of focused intention by individuals and groups. Let’s co-create our own project here in Bellingham! 3. A brief sharing of our experience and/or insights afterwards (optional sharing). Various spiritual traditions include such a practice in which self, friends and family, and the earth are included in ever expanding circles. We begin by acknowledging our higher human attributes and connection with Source (however one thinks of that) and then extend a spacious depth of love and good will to the world around us and any situations we feel guided to include. This is a simple, but powerfully uplifting practice that is made more so in a group of likeminded people. Lise and I are desiring to create this space for the community, especially during this time that is so filled with dynamic energy and opportunity for human growth and evolution. If you wish to join with us, please call or email either Lise or myself. At present, we are planning on a once a month meeting through the rest of 2016 (details below) but if there is sufficient interest, we will consider adding a second day and time. We look forward to joining you for an uplifting expression of our consciousness and energy. Thank you and best wishes, Art & Lise Details: Where: The Metta Center, 1602 Carolina St., Suite D, Bellingham, Wa When: The third Thursday of each month. Our first gathering will be Thursday, April 21st. Time: We’ll begin at 7pm and conclude at 8pm. Cost: There is no cost, though you may wish to make a donation to the Metta Center to help cover their expenses. What to Bring: Perhaps a water bottle and list of people to include for the healing list. Any other questions, feel free to call Art at 318-4433. We hope to see you! ? Art Baner April 7, 2016 No Comments new series beginning monday, march 7th! Join us for the Tai Chi 5-Section Short Form Beginning March 7th, I’ll be presenting a shortened form of solo Tai Chi practice called the 5-Section Short Form. There some significant advantages contained in this elegant little form: It is easier and simpler to learn than the traditional long form. It takes less time to learn and to perform. And it requires less space in which to practice. All of these make it an ideal form for those just beginning Tai Chi. For more advanced students, the 5-Section form offers a shorter alternative for practice. It puts the pieces together in a different order which can lead to more free play exploration. And it is an easy form to learn in the opposite direction. Benefits of Tai Chi The benefits of regular Tai Chi practice are numerous and well researched. They include: improved leg and core muscle strength; improved balance, coordination, and ease of movement; improved posture and body mechanics; an enhanced ability to relax and to focus; a heightened sensitivity to subtle energetics, and more… Details for this Series: When: Monday evenings 6:30 to 7:45 beginning Monday, March 7th This series will last approximately 4 months depending on the speed of the class. Where: The Majestic – 1027 N. Forest (corner of Forest and Maple Street, Bellingham) Tuition: 55/month Bring: comfortable clothes, athletic shoes, water if you like Bonus: There is online video of this form to make it easier to learn and practice at home. Bonus: As we get deeper into this form, I will include in this series beginning instruction in jui-shou or Sensing Hands. This is the foundation for 2-person Tai Chi practice which is a non-competitive exploration of Tai Chi principles as applied in connection with another person. Participation in this aspect of the class is totally optional. Finally, if you have not confirmed your place in this class and would like to, please call or email me so I am sure to have you on my list. ? Art Baner February 23, 2016 No Comments new taiji series beginning january 6 Tai Chi Long Form Training January 2016 Begin your new year with a fun and uplifting study of Yang Style Tai Chi. This new series is perfect for beginners as well as experienced players who are looking to further practice and refine their art. Regular practitioners of Tai Chi consistently report the following benefits: * Improved balance and coordination * Improved posture * Increased core and leg strength * Increased energy flow * Improvement in overall health and wellbeing * Enhanced ability to focus and relax In addition to learning the traditional solo Long Form, in a movement by movement approach, we will be training principles that support strong core work, easy movement flow, and conscious, energetic connection. This will give the student many levels with which to approach and master their art. Spaces are filling up… If you would like to join us, please call or email me to reserve your place. Details are below: When: Wednesday evenings, beginning January 6th Time: 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Where: The Metta Center; 1602 Carolina Street, Suite D (info here: http://www.themettacenter.org/) What to Bring: Comfortable, loose fitting clothes, water Tuition: 55/month ? Art Baner December 14, 2015 No Comments handout for sunday’s moving-step pushing hands group Hello everyone. It was great working with you all yesterday. Thanks for everyone’s awesome effort and generous spirit! As promised, the link for the handout on the material we covered is HERE. I hope you find it helpful … and happy practicing! ? Art Baner December 1, 2014 No Comments autumn newsletter – new classes, events, and more… Our autumn newsletter is now available! Here is the LINK. Also please note that a beginning level class on qigong and Tai Chi fundamentals is now forming. Details are below. All are welcome to attend and current students receive this class at half price! Monday evening classes will continue as we near completion of the long form and then set our sights on refining technique, deepening principles, and developing more spontaneous, creative flow. Email or call Art Baner at 360-318-4433 with any questions or to reserve your space in upcoming events! Thanks and happy practicing! ? Art Baner September 8, 2014 No Comments autumn classes and events I’m happy to announce a new beginning level class and a few other events coming up soon… Beginning Tai Chi: Qigong and Long Form Description: This is a great class for both beginners and experienced practitioners who want to deepen and improve their core work. In this series we will learn qigong practices that are specific to Taiji with an emphasis on breathing, posture, and relaxed focus. We will also learn the first part of the traditional long form. Depending on the pace of the class, this series will last 3-4 months. Afterward, a level two series will be offered and we will continue from there… Begins: Wednesday, October 8th Time: 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Place: The Majestic (Corner of Maple and Forest) Tuition: 50/month (a few partial scholarships are available) Register: by email or phone (318-4433) to reserve your space. Tai Chi 2-Person Practice - A Mini-workshop on “Sensing Hands” Description: This exploration of juishou or “sensing hands” is perfect for beginners and intermediate players. We will explore the core principles of Tai Chi through intuitive, cooperative drills with a partner. Juishou benefits us through deepening our solo form and enhancing all the benefits of good Tai Chi practice. Join us for this fun and ongoing series hosted by my friend Kelly at Powered by Qi in Ferndale. Date: Saturday, October 11 Time: 1:00 to 4:00 pm Place: Kelly’s Studio – CLICK for directions Tuition: $40 Register: by email or phone (318-4433) to reserve your space. Moving Step Pushing Hands in Vancouver My friend and training buddy, Michael Blackburn, is hosting this event in beautiful Vancouver, BC. Description: Nimble, rooted and mobile — traditional Yang style T’ai Chi’s moving step drills begin with simple advance and retreat and develop organically into the effective and beautiful study that is Tai Chi footwork. Walking drills eventually incorporate previous pushing hands patterns and provide the essential ability to move freely within the framework of good Tai Chi principles. Join us for this unique workshop! Hosted by Vancouver Taijiquan. Date: Sunday, November 30th Time: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Place: Glen Park, East Vancouver (E23rd & Glen St.) CLICK for directions Tuition: 75 Register: by email or call (318-4433) to reserve your space * Small Group and Private Sessions are available upon request * ? Art Baner September 4, 2014 No Comments many ways to practice Hello everyone! The subject of personal practice often comes up in Tai Chi classes. Whether we are just beginning or have years under our belt, it’s often helpful to ponder our practice and how we can make it even more beneficial and enjoyable. I’ve written in the past about the importance of identifying your reasons for practice and to regularly keep them in your awareness: Why is Tai Chi important to you? Align yourself closely with your why and you will naturally gravitate toward more and more satisfying practice. Make sure your reasons resonate personally and continually feel into what is inspiring and uplifting to you. It is also beneficial to have a sense of progression in our approach to Tai Chi: where are we starting from and where we are going. This came up recently in a forms class I was teaching. The solo forms of Tai Chi are very important. They exist as a container for principles and ideas; a template for fundamental movement. They also afford us a vehicle through which we cultivate certain energies and qualities inherent in this art. We begin with a bare hand solo form and basic choreography. This is the first golden gate to higher levels of study. Without a clear sense of choreography and the body mechanics that support it, its difficult to progress further. So we learn the basics of stance, coordination, relaxation, and what move comes after the one before. At times, this can be a challenging phase. At others, it’s an exciting exploration and it simply gets easier with practice. Push through the challenging bits. Once we learn the basic solo form, whether it be a short form or the traditional Long Form, we can relax even more and dig into deeper levels of practice. Forms are not meant to be a stopping point, but rather a beginning point. They provide us a foundation upon which we can build and to which we return time and again for higher levels of mastery. Pondering the Ten Important Points of Yang, Chengfu is a great way to take your form work to a deeper place. At first, I recommend just working with one principle at a time. Beyond the standard interpretation of form, there are many ways in which we can practice and a lot of variety we can bring to each session. Variety, if done with mindfulness and attention to core principles, can afford us higher levels of understanding and mastery in our art. We can alter speed, rhythm, frame size, and other points of emphasis. Doing so can significantly improve our coordination, balance, awareness, and more. And this can be far more pleasing than limiting ourselves to mere repetition. Beyond adding variety, there is the level of more free-form practice. One can practice movements in the opposite direction or go more “randomly” from one posture to the next, creating logical transitions that link the movements together. This level of practice elevates our familiarity with the various techniques in Tai Chi. A good way to begin this kind of practice is to choose only two movements from the form that do not typically occur together, such as ward-off and push. Create a good transition between them and practice it in various ways – left side, right side, different angles, etc. Just let yourself explore how two movements can connect with each other. Another whole new arena of form work opens up once a student begins two-person practice. Prior to this, form work can be somewhat abstract but once we have the feeling of connecting to another human being in controlled drills, the bare hand forms start to feel deeper and more relevant. There is suddenly a felt context in our movement. So, I encourage you to look deeply. No matter where you are in your study of Tai Chi, think both inside and outside the box. Breath, relax, go slowly and enjoy the exploration of your own self in the process. And let us engage our Tai Chi as if we are a force of nature… for surely we are! In upcoming form classes, we’ll be digging more deeply into core principles and creative practice in solo work. There is also a new 2-person workshop coming up on the 31st and a brand new 5-Section class beginning in June. I hope to see you there! ? Art Baner May 19, 2014 No Comments 5-section solo form begins Wednesday, June 4th Begin the study of Tai Chi Chuan or deepen your fundamentals… This new series will include a deep study of Tai Chi core principles and instruction in the 5-Section Solo Form developed by my teacher Sam Masich. This short form is simple and easy to learn and can be practiced in as little as 5-10 minutes. Regular Tai Chi Practice Will: * Improve your health and fitness * Strengthen your muscles, bones, and joints * Develop your balance and coordination * Deepen your ability to relax and release stress * And much more… Day and time: Wednesday evenings, 6:30 to 7:45 Location: The Majestic (lower level) 1027 Forest Street, Bellingham Tuition: 50/month Special: Current students attend this class for half price! To reserve your space email or call Art Baner at (360) 318-4433 ? Art Baner May 13, 2014 No Comments repost of 8 pieces of brocade and 5-section taiji video Here is a repost of a few older reference videos for new students. 5-Section Taiji solo form part one 5-section Taiji solo form part two 8 pieces of brocade walkthrough ? Art Baner April 9, 2014 No Comments february workshops I have a couple new workshops coming up this month. The first is on pushing hands fundamentals and the second will explore the foundation of qigong practice. All students in my Bellingham classes receive a 15% discount. I hope to see you there! Details: I. Pushing Hands: Connecting, Sticking, and Receiving Join us as we explore the beginning exercises of Tuishou or Tai Chi 2-person practice. These traditional exercises are a fun and effective way to strengthen your practice and deepen your understanding of Tai Chi form and function. Two person practice helps give greater meaning and depth to your solo forms and makes the entire study more enjoyable and beneficial. This workshop will be held over two Saturdays. Session One: Date: Saturday, February 15th Time: 10:00-4:00 Where: Powered by Qi, the studio of my friend Kelly Hong-Williams Directions HERE Session Two: Date: Saturday, March 1st Time: 10:00-4:00 Location: As above Tuition: 65/day Reserve your space today by contacting Art at 360.318.4433 or Kelly at 296.5740 II. A Day of Qigong A friend recently opened the Center for Holistic Wellness in Sedro Wooley. It’s a lovely place in the downtown area and I’ll be teaching a 1-day workshop there for those interested in beginning or deepening their practice of qigong. Our focus for the day will include: * Understanding the different styles and methods of qigong * How to develop the qualities of good qigong practice * Traditional Zhan Zhuang qigong * The Heaven and Earth qigong set * How to create an effective home practice * How to apply the principles and qualities of qigong in daily life * And much more… Details: When: Saturday, February 22th, 10:30 am to 4:30 pm Where: 609 Murdock Street, Sedro Wooley Tuition: 55 for the day What to Bring: comfortable clothes, notebook, water bottle. We’ll break for lunch around 1:00. Please note that space is limited for this event. Call 318-4433 to reserve your place. Directions HERE ? 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