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Tai Chi Sequence 1st Part Series

Series 1: Regulate the Body & Breath

Tai Chi Sequence 2nd Part Series

Series 1: Regulate the Body & Breath

Tai Chi Sequence 3rd Part Series

Series 1: Regulate the Body & Breath

Tai Chi Sword Sequence Series

Series 1: Regulate the Body & Breath

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Chinese Medicine & Acupressure Workshop Series

8 Brocades Medical Qigong Workshop Series

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Tai Chi Sequence Workshop Series

Yang Style Tai Chi (1st Part)
Training Program
TCM Time Online Workshop

Sunday, October 25th, 2020
11:00AM-1:00PM EDT

Deepen your Tai Chi practice with proper breathing, postures, mental focus and Qi circulation.

The Yang Style Tai Chi Sequence (Traditional Long Form—108 movements) is commonly practiced for relaxation and numerous health benefits. To get the most out of your Tai Chi practice, you need proper breathing, postures and coordination of movements. This workshop will focus on the 1st Part of the Tai Chi Form* and is ideal for anyone seeking a refresher and to refine their personal Tai Chi practice.

*Prerequisite: Prior experience of Yang Style Tai Chi Form—1st Part

In this workshop, you will:

  • Improve your Tai Chi practice with traditional training methods
  • Practice the slow, medium and fast speeds of the Tai Chi Form
  • Discover the 5 Regulations of Tai Chi Qigong: Body, Breath, Mind, Qi, Spirit
  • Develop your own personal training program and goals

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Purchase this Recording (2.5 hours):

$25

Tai Chi 1st Part Workshop Series

Curriculum

  • Yang Style Tai Chi (1st Part) Training Program
  • Introduction to Taijiquan 13 Postures
  • 1. Beginning Taiji
  • 2. Grasp the Sparrow’s Tail: Right
  • 3. Grasp the Sparrow’s Tail: Left
  • 4. Ward off (Peng)
  • 5. Rollback (Lǚ)
  • 6. Press (Ji)
  • 7. Push Forward (An)
  • 8. Single Whip
  • 9. Lift Hands to the Up Posture
  • 10. The Crane Spreads Its Wings
  • 11. Brush Knee and Step Forward: Left
  • 12. Play the Guitar
  • 13. Twist Body, Brush Knee and Step Forward: Left
  • 14. Twist Body, Brush Knee and Step Forward: Right
  • 15. Twist Body, Brush Knee and Step Forward: Left
  • 16. Play the Guitar
  • 17. Twist Body, Brush Knee and Step Forward: Left
  • 18. Twist Body and Circle the Fist
  • 19. Step Forward, Deflect Downward, Parry and Punch
  • 20. Seal Tightly
  • 21. Embrace the Tiger and Return to the Mountain
  • 22. Close Taiji
  • Review Complete First Part
Yang Style Tai Chi (1st Part)
Training Program
TCM Time Online Workshop

Sunday, October 25th, 2020
11:00AM-1:00PM EDT

Deepen your Tai Chi practice with proper breathing, postures, mental focus and Qi circulation.

The Yang Style Tai Chi Sequence (Traditional Long Form—108 movements) is commonly practiced for relaxation and numerous health benefits. To get the most out of your Tai Chi practice, you need proper breathing, postures and coordination of movements. This workshop will focus on the 1st Part of the Tai Chi Form* and is ideal for anyone seeking a refresher and to refine their personal Tai Chi practice.

*Prerequisite: Prior experience of Yang Style Tai Chi Form—1st Part

In this workshop, you will:

  • Improve your Tai Chi practice with traditional training methods
  • Practice the slow, medium and fast speeds of the Tai Chi Form
  • Discover the 5 Regulations of Tai Chi Qigong: Body, Breath, Mind, Qi, Spirit
  • Develop your own personal training program and goals

See Previews:


Purchase this Recording (2.5 hours):

$25

Tai Chi Sequence Workshop Series

The Yang Style Tai Chi Sequence (108 movements) Workshop Series focuses on refining each movement with proper coordination of body, breath, mind, Qi and spirit.

See Curriculum

Series 1: Workshop 1
Yang Style Tai Chi (1st Part) Training Program

Tai Chi Sequence | TCM Workshop
October 25, 2020 (2 hours 30 min)
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