Tai Chi: Continuers - Short Courses Sydney

Tai Chi: Continuers

What you'll learn

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Tai Chi combines soft, slow and firm movements to engage the body and mind to restore the balance of Yin Yang and Qi (life) energy to increase strength and energy, which will help improve your health and well-being. Studies have also shown that Tai Chi can help maintain strength, flexibility, and balance.

This course builds on the foundation covered in the beginners’ class and continues to explore this ancient art as a Healing and Martial Art.

The students will go deeper into the process of how to relax the body, ground, become centered, use core muscles, open the joints and find correct postural alignment.  They will learn a “form”, a set of sequential flowing movements, where they will develop their abilities to experience and integrate all of their new found skills.

Participants will study a 13 movement Chi Gong/Tai Chi form designed to lead them into rapidly experiencing calmness, centreing and spacial awareness.  They will have a real sense of achievement once they complete this compact form which can be practised in a small (2x2m) space.

Having completed the first form, students will then progress onto the longer 24 Beijing form to learn the principles and applications associated with the new movements of this form.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this Tai Chi course, you should be able to:

  • Develop calmness, grounding and centering
  • Improve spine, neck and posture problems
  • Improve flexibility and balance
  • Enliven the physiological processes (circulation of blood and chi in the body) to promote well-being
  • Reduce stress levels
  • Promote good sleep quality and patterns
  • Increases focus, alertness and self-awareness
  • Develop self-knowledge and confidence

Course content

What will be covered in this Tai Chi course?

  • Forms (13 movement Tai Chi form and 24 Beijing Form)
  • Philosophical (harmony of Yin-Yang) and martial principles of Tai Chi
  • Abdominal breathing
  • Fall prevention
  • Encouraging the spirit, body and mind to work in unison

Intended audience

Who is this Tai Chi course for?

This course is for anyone who has a beginners level of Tai Chi and wants to improve their skills. 

Course materials

What to bring to class

  • Loose, comfortable clothes.
  • A bottle of water.

Course testimonials

Course tutors

Alison has been teaching Chen Tai Chi for more than 13 years and has received instruction from a variety of Chinese Chen Tai Chi Chuan practitioners. Her training with the different Chen forms...

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