Seijaku, which translates as “stillness in the midst of activity,” is an advanced and powerful form of the T’ai Chi Chih discipline.

Many students believe they do not understand the vital principles of softness (so intrinsic to T’ai Chi Chih) until they practice Seijaku, which involves holding fast and letting go. This 50-minute presentation includes instruction and insights by its originator, Justin Stone, and is quite useful for beginning Seijaku students as well as those already familiar with Seijaku. Many students integrate Seijaku movements into their regular T’ai Chi Chih practice to greatly enhance the flow of chi.