Videos

Joy in the Mist

by Susan Robinson on March 6, 2013

What I want to know is:  How does a guy this size leave such light footprints in wet sand?
 

Charles Robinson doing freestyle movement meditation in the morning mist.
iPhone video by Tina Snook, December 2012

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Quiet your Mind Meditation

by Susan Robinson on February 22, 2012

I really think this video captures the Spirit of Water in Kai Chi Do. Do the breath and the movement and your mind quiets, and your energy starts to flow.  Then your awareness expands and you feel connected to your Self and the Source of who you are.  Give it a try.

The music is “Tara” by K-Liv, available on Jamendo.com

Many Blessings!

Quiet your Mind Meditation

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7 Minute Chi Workout with Friends and Seagulls

by Susan Robinson on February 6, 2012


Here’s some raw footage from our sunrise Kai Chi Do on New Years Day.  It makes a great 7 minute workout.  I couldn’t help myself – I just leaped outta my chair and started rockin’ the Chi.  Maybe it’ll have the same effect on you.  The music is great!  The first segment is “aum nama shivaya” by Wizard of ozO, and the second is “Choir Assembled” by Danilo Mazzeo.  Both are available on www.jamendo.com and shared under a Creative Commons By-NC-SA license, so feel free to Share Alike!  Remember to breathe!

Many Blessings!

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Pace Yourself – The World’s Smallest Chi Circles

by Susan Robinson on January 16, 2012

We reminded everyone last week how important it is to do Kai Chi Do at your own pace.  Doing the movements smaller and slower is a way that you can regulate the intensity of the experience.

So we thoughts we’d share with you a video of The World’s Smallest Chi Circles.  Do try this at home. Remember to breathe!

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Kai Chi Do was ROCKIN’!

by Susan Robinson on November 8, 2011

How was Kai Chi Do at the St. Petersburg Yoga Festival?  AWESOME!  Check it out:

My friend Kate saw a preview of this little video while I was making it.  She said, “All the people are so beautiful!”

And I said, “People are beautiful when they’re happy.”

Love the music?  It’s “Story of Ohm” by Paniq
Shared under Creative Commons copyright CC-BY-SA

The Kai Chi Do Weekend Retreat is November 11-13th, and there’s still a few openings.
Uplift your consciousness.  Join us!

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