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Tai Chi Workshop Series

Multiple Dates

Over the course of six weeks, from April 14th to May 19th, participants immersed themselves in the gentle art of Tai Chi, discovering its transformative power through mind and body. 

Tai Chi is a graceful and meditative practice that combines gentle movements, deep breathing, and focused intention to promote relaxation, balance, and inner harmony. In this class, Master Peter Wong taught the fundamental principles and techniques of Tai Chi, imparting its numerous physical and mental benefits on the workshop’s participants. 

Every Sunday, Tai Chi Master Peter Wong guided participants through a series of flowing movements and postures, known as forms, designed to enhance flexibility, improve posture, and cultivate a calm and centered state of mind. Exploring the concept of “qi”(气), the vital life energy, participants also learned how to harness and cultivate it through Tai Chi practice. Through a combination of demonstrations, hands-on practice, and group exercises, participants came away with a deeper understanding of the principles of Tai Chi and where it might fit in in their own lives. From improved balance and coordination to relaxation and reduced stress, Tai Chi offers benefits both physical, mental, and emotional. 

We hope the skills you learned in the class can bring you these benefits for years to come! 

Session Summary:

Session 1 [04/14]: Softening Exercises Warm-up Warm up 松柔功熱身

Session 2 [04/21]: Yang Style Tai Chi Initial Section 杨式大架初段

Session 3 [04/28]: Breath-Relieving Meridian Tapping 纾缓经络拍打功

Session 4 [05/05]: Tai Chi Footwork 步法

Session 5 [05/12]: Tai Chi Pushing Hands 推手

Session 6 [05/19]: Tai Chi Standing Meditation 站椿

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