This is an introduction to Tai Chi Chuan, a physical exercise and system of self-defense based on effortless breathing, rhythmic movement, and weight equilibrium. Students will be offered discussion on Tai Chi philosophy, introduced to the 60 movements short form sequence, and train in push-hands (sparing). Biweekly on Mondays, 7-8:30 pm with Ty Brightwell and Juan Mercado Tuition: $15 donation Classes start with lecture regarding Tai Chi Chuan philosophy and the Tai Chi Chuan Classics. These insights are the focus for our learning that day. Preparation for form includes basic breath work like Sung Gung (relaxing exercise), Qi Gung or meditation. Form will be experienced then students will be educated about body mechanics, setting intention, and learning more of the 60 movements and postures. After form has been worked with the class will then move onto applied Tai Chi Chuan with Push-hands. Students will have a chance to spare (Tai Chi Chuan push-hands) with other students, senior students, and teachers. Push-hands shows the practitioner any mental, physical, or spiritual tension on has in a safe and non-aggressive environment. The class ends with open discussion, questions and answers. Ty Brightwell has over a decade of Martial arts experience.
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