What does Wùo Tai mean?
“Wùo” between “Wu” the Circle and “OU” pair or double.
“Tai” as big as the outside.
The Wuo Tai can therefore be translated as “between two circles” or “between the universe”.
It is inspired by the alliance of Dance and osteopathy that is why we also call this practice “Osteo-Danse” .
It invites the mixing of elliptical movements in two, on the ground, at the border between the gestures of yesterday and today.
The Wùo Tai brings flexibility, strength, agility, balance and also the magic of receiving what is given.
This momentum of gestures and shares diffuse in US Zen, enchantment, force of life, self-respect at the source of the human.
How did the Wùo Tai germinate?
A desire to bridge between my profession of osteopath and the yoga that bathed my childhood. A desire that everything is held on a gesture, exploring both the mechanics and the sense of movement, with the will to exercise this activity on the ground.
It is the result of many different practices, trips to the four corners of the world and encounters with rich and diverse characters.
A hodgepodge of old and new, the Wuo Tai mixes cultures from China to the west, without any particular philosophical context.
Free from early therapy, the practitioner dimension came to be grafted later with the “Fascial meridians”.
Wuo Tai can be therapeutic without being a therapist, at the border between efficacy and wellbeing.
What are the basics of this practice?
What's the use of Wùo Tai?
- Releasing mobility by balancing the centres of gravity as all structures move.
- Increase neurovascular-nervous exchanges and stabilize them.
- Stretch and dance the muscular-aponeurotic chains by tying and untying them.
- Travel and travel in the various organizational plans of the structure.
- Potentiate the interfaces of the living and the gesture.
- Create a pivot of the major trading systems.
- Awaken the gesture to his conscience.
- Become a tool in self-awareness and on the other. – To explore and apprehend man through his different levels of elaboration, in an original way, respecting the different cultures (yoga, osteopathy, acupuncture).
The Wùo Tai is about who?
You have to be curious because curiosity is an integral part of Wuo Tai.
The Wuo Tai is intended for all audiences playing dance, Qi, massage and therapist. He also knows how to give a dynamic impetus to health practitioners.
Special forms already exist for children, pregnant women, athletes, people with disabilities…
It can be approached in the same way as yoga, Qi Gong.
Weekly courses are already offered by trained students from our school.
The Wùo Tai is an aspiring creator of gestures, a touch of rhythm as a field of experience, a awakening of the world of gestures.
Maybe the Wùo Tai is the circle of forgotten gestures.
It can become flipping around an immense expanse of movements. It is made as a circle and turns its back on what you believe, what you know, what you want.
It is simply the living that moves, the living between oneself, the other and the rhythm.