Tai Chi For Health And Balance

Tai Chi class outside

Class Overview

Tai Chi is a health sustaining exercise and a tool for improved body awareness. Practiced by the elderly for balance and circulation and the young for relaxation and martial arts, it is a wonderful holistic activity for all ages.

During this class, you'll learn:

  • the Yang Tai Chi short form, which is comprised of 35 individual movements
  • Chi Kung, a warm-up exercise and relaxation activity with 18 movements
  • elements of Chinese Medical Philosophy, such as Yin/Yang theory and Five Elements transformation
  • the basics of Taoist philosophy

We'll focus on learning the entire Yang short form, and you'll receive guidance in developing your own regular practice at home.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this class, you will be able to:

  • learn basic warm-up stretches to improve your overall movement
  • discover the Yang-style short form of Tai Chi
  • practice the Yang-style under the direction of an expert instructor
  • gain knowledge about the history and background of Tai Chi

Who Should Take this Class?

  • Individuals seeking a low-impact exercise routine
  • Anyone interested in improving their coordination and balance
  • People interested in developing their focus, relaxation and overall wellness

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Class Details

No class on 11/24. This class is held online by videoconferencing. It is led by an instructor(s) in real-time as an interactive class experience. To attend and participate fully you will need access to a computer or device with video and a microphone, plus high-speed internet connection. Instructions to access the class will be emailed to you by the instructor or staff member before the class begins. Note: part of this class might be recorded, for the students and instructor to use for review only; recordings will be deleted after the end of the quarter.

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Fall 2021

  • 10 Wednesdays ; Sep 29 to Dec 08 ; 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
  • Location : SCONL; Room Online
  • Fee : $199
  • Class ID : 38706 ; SKU : 29569

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