Tai Chi is meditation in motion: learn a series of slow, continuous movements that promote physical and mental well being, and improve coordination and balance. This is for Intermediate level students covering Levels 1 and 2. These courses usually fill with waiting lists each term - if you would like to book in the whole year, with payment closer to the start of each course. If you have not attended the Intermediate level before, please register only at Bruno's invitation.
Please contact the office on 521 9623 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are unsure of your level or need advice on available classes.
Having mastered correct postures and movements, in this second level of Tai Chi, the focus of learning is to develop an awareness of the balance between internal and external chi.
This course is suitable for students who have completed the Tai Chi Beginners Level 3 course and has received a passing grade.
In this course you will be introduced to some Tai Chi weapons, learn new Qigong forms and review the Tai Chi forms already learned.
Only those re-enrolling from previous terms, or those directed to do so by Bruno. This is an invitation-only course.
Tai Chi Beginners is suitable for you.
The beginner level of Tai Chi teaches you the correct stances and movements that cultivate the flow of chi (energy) in your body. Teacher Bruno advises that most students practise at the beginner level for a year or more, moving from levels 1 through to 3. The focus is on developing the rounded and relaxed movements (steps) of tai chi with the correct posture. Once students can perform their steps accurately and as second-nature, the focus shifts to feeling chi in the body. Once you have mastered these 3 levels, Bruno may then suggest you progress to the Intermediate level.
Search on our website for Tai Chi Beginner classes on Mondays at St Mark's Church, Remuera at 10:00 AM, or Tuesday or Wednesday evenings at 7:30 PM.