Living and Moving from Your Center
ChiLiving® makes the fundamental principles of balanced, healthy living a central part of your daily life, with:
- Injury-free fitness programs for a lifetime of healthy movement
- Nutrition and weight loss advice and information
- Techniques for stress reduction and mindful living
The principles of ChiLiving are based on the wisdom from the ancient martial art, T’ai Chi and infused in all of our offerings: this web site, our books, DVD’s, audio programs, classes and workshops. These mindful principles support you in making conscious choices, day-to-day, moment-by-moment.
Founded in 1999 by Katherine and Danny Dreyer, ChiLiving is the parent company of ChiRunning® and ChiWalking® and has helped hundreds of thousands of people with its practical wisdom and innovative approach to mindful health and well-being. Letters from our customers are our greatest reward and daily inspiration.
- Love running forever with ChiRunning, a safe and effective way to run for the rest of your life. ChiRunning is the world leader in teaching natural running technique for injury prevention and improved efficiency.
- ChiWalking offers a mindful fitness program for everyone. Walking is the number one recommended way to: start a fitness program; recover from illness or injury; and keep fit for a lifetime. With ChiWalking the benefits are manifold as you learn to walk from the deep strength of your core.
- Our technique-based training programs will take you through any phase of your fitness journey, from getting off the couch to walking or running a 5K or 10K to running a marathon.
- Release excess weight and improve your health and athletic performance with nutrient-rich recipes and sound nutritional advice and support.
We invite you to visit our Store, find a workshop or Certified Instructor. The Chi Library contains a wealth of information about walking, running, nutrition and mindful living. Ask the Expert and talk with others in this growing community at our online Forum.
Tai chi is often described as "meditation in motion," but it might well be called "medication in motion." There is growing evidence that this mind-body practice ... has value in treating or preventing many health problems. - Harvard Medical Health Publication, 05/09