Classes in Taoist Tai Chiâ„¢ internal arts of Health
The Taoist Tai Chiâ„¢ internal art of tai chi chuan is taught in an open and friendly environment by qualified volunteer instructors. Instructors make a commitment to their training as an integral part of sharing with others an art that has benefited them.
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Thanks to its adaptability people of all ages, ability or condition can learn and benefit from Taoist Tai Chiâ„¢ internal arts of health. Typically you will start by joining a beginner class. The instructor leading the class will demonstrate each move and give you guidance on how to perform them. The simple, progressive format of the class helps the participants develop a solid foundation by focusing on the fundamentals. Through a friendly, supportive and non-competitive atmosphere participants are allowed to learn in a pressure free environment. Within 3-4 months of classes you will learn all the 108 moves of the set.
How Do You Learn Taoist Tai Chiâ„¢ internal arts of health?
Trained Volunteer Instructors - Step by Step - Focus on Fundamentals
In the Greater Toronto Area we have over 100 trained volunteer instructors who give freely of their time so that we can make these classes available.
After completing the beginner course, continuing classes offer an opportunity for more intensive practice and refinement. Learning this particular art is a life-long process in which the student discovers many layers of development. The continuing classes are a place for practise and further learning. There are also workshops in the full range of Taoist Tai Chiâ„¢ internal arts of health, such as tai chi chuan, meditation, tai chi sword, tai chi sabre, Lok Hup Ba Fa and Hsing I. Together these provide for all members a life-long practice that helps to maintain and improve our health and well being.
What happens after I complete the beginner class?
Continuing Classes - Intensives - Workshops
Join a class and start improving your health today!
Last updated: 28th January 2014 11:34am