Course Description

ONLINE: T'ai chi (taijiquan/t’ai chi ch’üan) is a Chinese moving meditation, martial art and health exercise. Based on slow, continuous, whole-body movement, it results in increased energy, well-being and mental, emotional and physical balance. Research has verified its benefits, and medical professionals endorse it for numerous conditions, including arthritis, osteoporosis, balance difficulties, Parkinson’s disease and fibromyalgia. The practice encourages a joyful, reflective approach to daily life. In this experiential course, you gain proficiency through the Sixteen, a routine drawn from traditional Wu Hao style. Beginners and experienced players are welcome. The instructor teaches with playful humor, clear descriptions and demonstrations that show both front and rear views. He focuses on details as well as the big picture, and takes frequent breaks to answer questions. Students receive handouts via email, and video recordings assist practice between classes. | Active Skill Learning.

Max enrollment: 200.

Class sessions are recorded.

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