Taichi Course Sept-Nov 2017

Sat 16 September 2017 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm FREE!
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Taichi Course Sept-Nov 2017 - 151 Castlereagh St - Sydney - NSW
This course is suited for professionals stressed from workplaces, suffering from headaches, sleeping matters, neck, shoulder and back stiffness and pain, digestion problems, emotional or chronic fatigue or anyone who is looking to enrich their healthy lifestyle.

This course aims to enable students to master the “Taichi 24 Forms”, the detailed movements and the approaches will be instructed in the following sections:

Section 1:

Brief Introduction

Instruction on Form 1 - Form 5

Form 1. Starting form

Form 2. Parting horse’ mane left and right

Form 3. Crane spreading its wings

Form 4. Brushing knees on both sides

Form 5. Strumming a guitar

Section 2:

Review section 1

Instruction on Form 6 - Form 9

Form 6. Surf rolling

backForm 7. Grasping the phoenix tail (left side)

Form 8. Grasping the phoenix tail (right side)

Form 9. Single Whip

Section 3:

Review section 1-2

Instruction on Form 10 - Form 12

Form 10. Floating clouds

Form 11. Single Whip

Form 12. High pat on horse

Section 4:

Review section 1-3

Instruction on Form 13 - Form 16

Form 13. Right foot kick

Form 14. Strike both ears with fists

Form 15. Turn and left foot kick

Form 16. Squatting down and standing on left leg

Section 5:

Review section 1-4

Instruction on Form 17 - Form 20

Form 17. Squatting down and standing on right leg

Form 18. Shuttle left and right

Form 19. Needle in the sea

Form 20. Flashing arm

Section 6:

Instruction on Form 21 - Form 24

Form 21. Turn, parry and punch

Form 22. Close up in defense

Form 23. Cross hands

Form 24. Finishing form

Section 7:

Review section 1-6

Corrections and one-to-one guidance

Section 8:

Practice on combined forms

Students who successfully complete all sections of above shall be awarded a certificate.

Trial Classes:

ONE trial class only for each person registered.

If you have registered for a trial class, please let us know at the reception before entering the classroom. If you would like to proceed with the course after the trial, you will be required to pay for the total number of classes you wish to attend including the trial class.

What is Qi Gong?

Qigong is a series of exercises that were put together under Daoism and can be traced back for several thousand years. The Chinese character chi “Qi” means breath, air or life force. The character “Gong” means work, achievement or developing a skill in something. Gong, is used with any study or training which requires a lot of energy and time, work or self-discipline. Thus Qigong is the training or study dealing with energy work.

Who should attend?If you are seeking a healthy lifestyle, a reduction in stress and interested in alleviating health problems with efficiency and a 100 % natural therapy, then this is the class for you.

About the instructor:Sue Chang graduated from Peking University with a Bachelor degree of Arts. China martial Art 6 Duan. She is a Taichi Master, acu-point Health Qigong Nature Therapist. Born from a traditional Herbalist Tai Chi family, Sue was influenced by her Father Zhang Zengrong, who loves Tai Chi and has been practiced all his life.

Further information :This class is not suited for people who are pregnant, unable to exercise or have acute conditions with pain.Please wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothing and flat-soled shoes.The class will be conducted in English.All classes need a minimum number of students to go ahead. If your chosen course does not have sufficient enrollment, it may be postponed to next term or canceled. Should this happen, we will inform you as soon as possible.For legal reasons, we reserve the right to vary courses due to unforeseen circumstances.Fees are non-refundable unless one is proved to be unfit by a doctor’s certificate.
Sat 16 September 2017
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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151 Castlereagh St
151 Castlereagh Street,
2000, Australia