Yang Style Tai Chi - Ringwood
Growing into better health as you age is possible by:
- Developing good posture, balance, strength and coordination
- Improving memory, concentration and multi-tasking
- Reducing stress, anxiety and depression
- Enhancing mobility and flexibility
An ongoing class for students who have begun their study of the Yang style 24 Step and full 5 Section Taijiquan curriculum. If you are interested in learning as a beginner you are welcome - please contact us if you need more information.
We continue to operate under COVID distancing guidelines, which currently means numbers to these sessions are limited. Please do not attend if you have any symptoms that are making you feel ill.
We would prefer it if you could register online - payment can be made immediately by Paypal, or by BACS or at the class by choosing “offline payment”. Registering online guarantees you a place in the class; you are welcome to attend as a drop-in but we cannot guarantee you will be able to join the class if advance bookings have taken all available slots.
If you wish to attend multiple classes go to table view and add them to the shopping cart using the checkboxes, before proceeding to checkout.
We are also pleased to continue with our loyalty discount scheme:
EVERY 10 WEEKDAY CLASSES YOU PAY FOR WILL EARN YOU 1 FREE CLASS! We will keep track of your payments on our database and award you the free session automatically.
Class led by Gina Davenport.
About the Exercises
The Masich Internal Arts Method (MIAM) Five Section Taijiquan program material is designed to be flexible and fun, ideal for beginners to get a well grounded introduction to traditional Tai Chi, who may then decide to take on the more difficult challenges of the full curriculum. It is also possible within this curriculum to just focus on one aspect of Tai Chi that you are particularly interested in, e.g. solo sword, without having to commit to learning other more challenging aspects like partner work.
What is the 24 Step form?
In the 1950s a set of initiatives was introduced by the Chinese government designed to help promote and develop physical fitness through Chinese martial art culture. The Simplified 24 Movement Taijiquan was issued in 1956 after a committee of famous experts choreographed some of the most popular sequences from the traditional yang style long form. The 'Beijing 24' is now practised around the world.
The 24 Step Foundation form uses the MIAM solo hand form to help beginners learn the basic principles of Yang style Tai Chi, before advancing them to the full version of the 'Beijing 24'.
For the more experienced student, this is an opportunity to approach the simplest aspects of the form at a much subtler level, thus deepening their appreciation of this fascinating art.
|Event Date||Tue 18th Jan 2022 - 3:00 pm|