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The Five Element Theory of ChiRunning and ChiWalking

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Thu Oct 11th, 2012, 1 comments

The Five Element Theory of ChiRunning and ChiWalking

The study of the Chinese elements is a great way to get a different kind of feel for the Chi techniques.

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ChiRunning Outside of Running

Posted by Jean Remi John Campion on Sat Oct 6th, 2012, 0 comments


Hi Danny, Catherine, CR staff, fellow instructors and everyone

Coach J-R here.

I have been very absent since a good few months on all levels of participating on the ChiRunning blog and facebook page.

However, it's not been without just reason...Since July 2012, I ceased full time ChiRunning coaching to become a recruit Fire Fighter in the Northern Territory of ustralia...

 

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Learn How to Walk for Meditation in Huffington Post

Posted by caseycolahan on Fri Aug 24th, 2012, 0 comments

Learn How to Walk for Meditation in Huffington Post

Katherine and Danny recently wrote an article on walking as meditation for Huffington Post...

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Chi Running and Walking Focuses in the 21st Century: What app are you “running?”

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Mon Jul 16th, 2012, 0 comments

This is a fun way to learn, and practice applying, the Chi Running and Chi Walking focuses.

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Music, mind and running

Posted by Nick Constantine on Fri Jun 8th, 2012, 1 comments

Music, mind and running

Control, exertion, focus, alignment and one pointedness are at the heart of many creative things.

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Personal bests are not necessarily fulfilling

Posted by Nick Constantine on Wed May 30th, 2012, 0 comments

As I get older I have a lot of questions about my running performances and what they really mean to me.  What is performance? Who am I performing for? Am I really going to compete or am I going to complete?

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On Emptying: Running pure is good

Posted by Nick Constantine on Wed May 23rd, 2012, 0 comments

Running, for me, has allowed me to see this  in an uncluttered and simple manner.  We do not need to make our lives full to live, we need to empty to be!

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Saying “Thank You” to Yourself

Posted by Nick Constantine on Mon May 21st, 2012, 0 comments

Do you ever say 'thank you' to yourself?  Are you ever grateful and compassionate to yourself?

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Tuning our instrument

Posted by Nick Constantine on Thu Apr 19th, 2012, 0 comments

This helps a lot of people who approach form analysis in a heavy handed manner. That is they would like instant or quick results after the session. The instrument analogy is a strong one because it allows the principle of practice and mastery to be understood. When you first begin playing an instrument one can feel clumsy and a little out of sorts. 'Getting it' takes time and although we would love to play fast pieces of music there is a deep understanding that practice makes perfect. Running in my mind is no different from any other skill. As you understand your instrument, alignment and breath you will get the best out of it. Even as we get older your will simply sound different. 

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We are hard wired to Run

Posted by Nick Constantine on Sat Mar 24th, 2012, 1 comments

In Chi running the process and signposts of form are as important in raising your awareness of the present. Your running furrows become deeper: you appreciate metaphorically and physically each step. Chi Running improves mindfulness, enhances your quality of thought and gives a sense of balance. This is above and beyond the physical benefits of running which there are plenty.

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