Tai Chi


Our minds have a tendency to be overburdened by the rehashing of events of the past, worrying about the near and distant future, reviewing our endless to-do lists and by the constant inner dialogue of dealing with financial, work, health, relationships and environmental stressors.


Meditation is the ancient art of learning how to empty the mind to achieve a state of physical relaxation, mental clarity and emotional balance. A ‘one-pointed awareness’ is developed. Once this state is achieved, we learn to circulate our internal Qi (Chi/Energy), which, in turn, nourishes our body, mind and spirit… the three treasures. Mainstream medical science is only now beginning to take note of the profound benefits of meditation and the healing arts.

We will be learning Taoist Meditation, which is a very down-to-earth way of practicing this art. We learn to focus, calm the mind with visualizations and turn our attention inward. We also bring attention to our in and out breaths, our relaxed seated posture and the position of our hands.




In addition to Taoist Meditation techniques, we will learn sound meditations. Sounds have the ability to harmonize the frequencies of every cell of every organ within your body. There are many sound modalities. We will focus on the use of singing bowls, tuning forks, drums and other musical instruments and our voices. Sound meditation is a truly fascinating experience of achieving relaxation and peacefulness.


In our classes, we will discuss topics such as:

  • What times of the day are best for meditation? And for how long?
  • How do I position my body during meditation? What if I have back issues?
  • How do I breathe when meditating?
  • Is it okay to listen to music or guided meditations?
  • What do I do when my mind won’t shut off?
  • What visualizations are best to use before or during meditating?

You will have the tools needed from the very first class to go home and begin to practice. Students often report feeling a sense of peace, relaxation and rejuvenation when leaving meditation class, and are able to easily replicate these results at home.

Meditation is a practice that you must develop and experience for yourself. You will receive many suggestions inside and outside of class but ultimately it is you who will choose the type of meditation that suits you best. As strange as it may sound, discovering your silence can be difficult and even scary at first but it can also take you to places of wonderment and peace if you are patient with yourself.

Meditation classes are a nurturing, safe and comfortable environment in which to begin your journey.





Early morning mist at Wudang Mountain,
Hubei Province, China, one of a vast range of
72 peaks, the highest of which reaches
5,286ft above sea level


Judi Hason is a Certified Tai Chi, Qigong & Meditation Instructor practicing in the Hunterdon County, New Jersey and surrounding area.
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