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Tai Chi in Motion

Cultivate your inner-healing potential

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Come out of pain and misery! 

Chronic pain, tension, stress and trauma can take a major toll on quality of life. Thankfully, there are ways to reduce their effects without the need for harsh medications or intense treatments. Through TRE (Tension Releasing Exercises) and Chi Kung, clients have reported observable changes after only a few sessions.


By engaging in body awareness, breath work, and movement, users are able to ground themselves and allow their nervous system to release deep muscular patterns of stress, tension and trauma. This is done through a natural reflex mechanism which involves shaking and vibrating. The result? A calmer nervous system with reduced pain levels!


To help achieve these positive results, TRE and Chi Kung focus on flexibility and calming exercises tailored to the individual's needs. These processes can reduce chronic pain while providing relief from stress, tension and trauma. Try it today and start feeling better tomorrow!


My name is Sara Salehi

I'm an advocate for the human nervous system; a student for life, I am interested in tools of resilience that allow us to introspect, get to know ourselves and create a deep meaningful relationship with ourselves, and other human beings. I'm inspired by the miracle of the human body and love to share my knowledge about Neuroscience, movement and the connection of Eastern and Western medicine. Ask me a question!

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My name is Sean Singer

I'm a man of few words, but what I do love to share, is the power of healing through movement. As a Veteran who served in the Afghan wars, I have used Vipassana meditation, Yoga, Breathing, Qi Gong and Tension Release Exercises to bring my Nervous System out of a dissociated state. I share my love of movement and all the tools that have helped me. Ask me a question.

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