Iron Kim Moving Meditation at Oom Yung Doe
About this class
These movements are time proven Traditional Internal Martial Arts exercise techniques that are known to strengthen and balance your internal and external condition. Over the centuries Traditional Martial Arts Masters have dedicated their lives to finding the fastest and safest ways to achieve mind, body and spirit harmony in order to unlock and help you to attain your fullest potential, mentally and physically. Moving meditation techniques focus on clearing the mind and body of any imbalances that arise as a result of stress, which can ultimately lead to illness. More important than attempting to remove stress, Moving Meditation helps you to achieve a state of mind that allows you to effectively deal with stressful events that inevitably arise in everyone’s life. Moving meditation focuses on opening up the following body systems for optimum efficiency; Circulatory system Respiratory system Nervous system These techniques consist of: Focused breathing and fluid movement that allow your joints to move through a full range of motion Techniques that stretch and strengthen your inner connective tissues while toning and loosening muscles Movements that stimulate proper function of internal systems and organs The principle of Moving Meditation is to unify and balance the mind and body. If the mind and body are in harmony and functioning properly, the natural strength of the human body can help to prevent mental and physical illnesses. These are not just opinions but have been proven through many centuries of research by Traditional Martial Arts Masters and validated by testimonials from thousands of practitioners.
About this studio
Oom Yung Doe has been in the Boston area for over 30 years, training instructors and students to develop mind and body, and working to improve the community.
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We have been in the Boston area for over 30 years, training instructors and students to develop mind and body, and working to improve the community.
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Oom Yung Doe holds classes at 31 Belmont Street in Cambridge.
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