Intro to Tai-Chi Chuan Long Form with Kampa VaShi Deva

Introduction To Tai-Chi Long Form
Saturday March 10, 2018 @ MAGMA
All Levels Welcome! No Experence Needed

The Classical Yang Family Long Form is a traditional Tai-Chi Chuan form passed down to family members and disciples by the Great-Great Grand Master Yang Cheng-Fu (1883-1936) who is famously known as the father of the 108 Form.

The descriptive meaning of Tai-Chi is “superior-ultimate”. In other literal versions it is known as a “moving meditation” or “moving like a great river”. The word Chuan means fist”. In Chinese texts Chuan also means boxing”. Together Tai-Chi Chuan means Superior-Ultimate Shadow Boxing. This practice is a martial art with slow, relaxed, and flowing movements. It is ideal for those seeking gentle rehabilitative exercises for reducing tension and stress of the body. In today’s modern medicine doctors refer Tai-Chi to their clients for supporting balance and controlling anxiety. Devoted students are known to study Tai-Chi Chuan for “innate power” of your “true nature” through calmness. It is a low impact exercise that emphasizes on balance, grace, and fluidity through motion.

As you learn the late Yang Cheng Fu’s form you will focus on physical body alignments (body structure) and methods of moving (body mechanics) to prevent and heal various injuries as well as making both body and mind stronger more relaxed and focused. The internal frame is largely emphasized with expanded movements specialized in what we refer to as Qi, Energy in the body. (See schedule below)

This class is lead by Kampa VaShi Deva (Sifu Nicanor Snow) founder of the Seacoast Tai-Chi Institute

All Levels Welcome
For Active Individuals
No Experience Needed

Registration & Walk-In Fee $88
Pre-Register Online On Eventbrite Fee $71 (+$6.01) Save $9.99
Limited Space 30 Count
Organizer Refund Policy: Refunds up to 7 days before event

*Please remember to be well nourishes before attending.
Bring water and a snack for the break. No recreational drugs or alcohol permitted!

Street shoes are not permitted on studio floor.

Workshop Schedule:
12:00pm – Tai-Chi Basics, Increments & Qigong
1:00pm – Internal Postures & Tai-Chi Kung
1:45pm – Break/ water or snack
2:00pm – Section One – Classical Long Form
3:00pm – Practice and Coaching
4:00pm – Finish

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