Join our Tai Chi workshops to explore the ancient art of Tai Chi, a practice renowned for its holistic health benefits. Discover mindfulness in motion as you learn the graceful, flowing movements that enhance balance, reduce stress, and promote well-being. These workshops are suitable for all levels and provide a serene space for self-discovery and inner harmony.

Kuang P'ing (Guang Ping) T'ai chi ch'uan (taijiquan). 廣平楊氏太极拳 This style is traced back to Yang Pan hou who was the son of the founder of Yang style as well as a trainer for the Emperor's guards.  This is a very unique form that bridges the Chen styles and Yang styles of t'ai chi ch'uan. The style is named after the hometown of the Yang family.  Grandmaster Kuo Lien Ying brought this style to America.  Harvey Kurland was a direct student of Kuo and will teach this workshop.  The form and applications of the form will be explored.  Reminder, Daylight savings today.  $37.   Link for more informationhttp://www.dotaichi.com/Articles/InMatteroftastethereisnodispute.htm

 

八卦掌 Review of previous material. Work on Ch'i Kung (Qigong) Bagua standing, energetic Palms, and Palm changes.  As time allows the Cheng Ting Hua style Palm Changes will be taught. Pa-kua is one of the three Internal Martial Arts of China.  It is based on circle walking and the eight trigrams or Pa-kua (Bagua).  Taught by Harvey Kurland who studied pa-kua with Zhang Jie and Tchoung Ta-tchen. The Tchoung Internal Art System includes Pa-kua and Hsing-i.  $37.  Link for more information http://www.dotaichi.com/Bagua_zhang_lineage_CTCCA.pdf

 

八卦掌/形意拳 Form of Mind Boxing and Eight Trigrams Palms combined form Section 3. Hsing-i ch'uan Pa-kua chang (Xing Yi quan/Baguazhang) Combined form The Wu Hsing San Ts'ai San P'an (Five Elements Three Powers, Three Levels) form will be taught.  The First and Second Sections of the Combined Hsing-i/Pa-kua Form will be reviewed and the Third Section will be taught. Hsing-I Ch'uan and Pa-kua chang (Eight Trigrams Palms) are two of the three major Internal Martial Arts (Nei Jia) of China. Taught by Harvey Kurland who studied with Zhang Jie of the Cheng Ting Hua style Pa-kua chang.

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