Body Mind Systems, Washington DC

Address: Chevy Chase.  Phone1: 240-505-5448, Phone2: 617-285-7824.

I am pleased to announce the launch of my new web page as part of the Body Mind Systems website. From now on, this will be the place to get information about my classes and workshops. I will also be putting up helpful hints relating to Tai Chi, Qigong, and related subjects, links to videos, and student testimonials.

 The Wall Street Journal just published, online, a very interesting brief article on the benefits of Qigong. See “The Intriguing Health Benefits of Qigong”

In that vein, I am pleased to announce my newest Qigong class at “Simon Says Yoga,” one of the most popular yoga studios in our area, located at the Shops at Sumner Place on Sangamore Road in Bethesda, MD. This new class will be almost identical (depending on the students’ needs) to the same class I have been teaching for several years at nearby Ballet Petite (on behalf of Sibley Hospital) and at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Service Center (on behalf of Suburban Hospital). So if you enjoy Qigong and wish to add a second class to your week, please join us at Simon Says Yoga on Mondays from 2:00 to 3:00 PM. To register, or for more information, please call 240-505-5448.Thanks! I hope you will join us.Meanwhile, I am teaching four different kinds of class here in the DC/Maryland/Virginia area: Tai Chi Chung, Qigong, Body Awakening, and Yang-style Short Form (a.k.a. Cheng Man-ch’ing Style) Taiji. See below for my full Fall 2013 class schedule. I hope you’ll join us!

Instructor Jeff Robbins

Body Mind Systems offers eight martial arts taught as one. Kung Fu movements are circular and originated by observing animals and elements in nature. Bagua Zhang uses Daoist-based qigong techniques and philosophy, merged with a circular style of twisting martial techniques, including evasive footwork and palm changes. Qi energy is incorporated into one’s body using “circle walking” techniques. Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese internal form of movement that focuses on the cultivation of Qi energy and harmonizes the mind, body and spirit. Tai Chi promotes mental and physical well-being.