Welcome to our online program, The Five Keys to Taoist Energy Arts.
Paul Cavel has been teaching for nearly 20 years. Every serious student must learn and master five specific exercises in order to be good and eventually great at bagua, tai chi and qigong.
The Secrets to Longevity could be called the Secrets to Great Qigong, Tai Chi and Bagua.
Paul is a gifted teacher who travels and teaches in Europe full time. He has helped others build foundations in their bodies. Paul is able to break the arts down into easy steps so that you have the best chance of success.
Pareto principle states that 80 percent of the results come from 20 percent of the work, which is why the Five Keys take one core exercise from each of my qigong sets. The core practices of tai chi and bagua can be learned with the Five Keys. This program is an excellent introduction to see what you like to study.
It is better to do one thing well than a thousand things poorly. If done well, the program can help you learn core fundamental principles that will improve your practice. If you want to advance to the highest levels, this is true for beginners. If you already practice any of the sets that are part of the program, you will discover deeper and deeper layers, rooting out your weaknesses and growing your potential each week.
The Five Keys to Taoist Energy Arts can be used to create a daily practice ritual to keep your body fit and healthy.
Enjoy the course.
Five Keys to Taoist Energy Arts
I was able to partner with my teacher, Bruce, to create a ten-week programme that will systematically build your foundation for all the arts.
Each of the keys can be practiced alone or in conjunction with other keys to boost the benefits of arts training.
In this ten-week course, you will learn each of the Five Keys in-depth and weave in specific aspects of the horizontal and vertical planes of motion, supercharging and strengthening your core with each progressive lesson.
You can get deeper access to your insides if you work with the horizontal and vertical planes together. It forms the basis for circularity and eventually spherical work in the internal arts, which all dedicated internal arts students aim to achieve.