T’ai Chi Ch’uan (also spelt Taijiquan) is an ancient Chinese form of exercise which benefits the lives of its practitioners in a number of ways :
Improved Balance & Flexibility
Relaxed yet powerful tendons and muscles
Develops a peaceful mind and body
Increased Energy Levels
T’ai Chi’s founders incorporated principles of Chinese medicine, philosophy, self healing, self defence and meditative practice into a form that combines movement and stillness, internal and external development. Tai Chi is a powerful form of Chi Kung (Qigong) in its own right and concentrates on developing softness and relaxing the body and mind to rediscover the source of health in the human body.
Tai Chi 37 Movement Form (Saturday 8-9:30am)
Although shorter than many other T’ai Chi forms, Professor Cheng’s 37 movement form contains all of the deepest principles and teachings of classical T’ai Chi and Chi Kung. Perfect for all ages and levels of experience.