Tai Chi (RADA Studios, London) Ltd. Ltd.

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Tai Chi (taiji) for Beginners.
This course is suitable for all ages.
You will learn the Yang 24-Step Form. This set of movements is a 'standardised' set, which means that it is practised throughout the world in the same way.
The class usually consists of:-
1. Warm-up Exercises
2. Some Qigong Exercises
3. Learning the Taiji Form
4. Cool-down Exercises
Method:Evening courses
Duration:11 Weeks
Total hours of lesson:1
Requirements:No requirements are necessary.
Students per class:15

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Course program

This is a class for beginners who would like not only an introduction to tai chi but would also like to learn a standardised Yang style tai chi form that is practiced throughout the world.

The course also focuses on relaxation, posture, breathing, balance, and coordination.

Beginners can work together with their own teacher whilst joining in with more experienced students from some exercises.

Course location Ltd.

Tai chi and Qigong classes for all levels.
James Drewe has studied tai chi and qigong since 1975, is the author of 3 books on the subject, & is a member of the BCCMA, the TCUGB, & the Longfei Taijiquan Assoc.

Taiji (Tai Chi)
Suitable for all ages and levels.
Beginner Forms are the Yang 10-Step Form, the Sun 12-Step Form, and the Yang 16-Step Form. More advanced routines also taught are the Yang 24 & 88-Step Forms, 42 Combined Competition Hand Form, 2-person forms, etc., and several sword and fan Forms.

Qigong (Ch’i Kung)
There are 2 types of qigong taught 1) static Zhan Zhuang and 2) moving sets of Daoyin exercises.
The latter are exercises for the body ‘systems’ e.g. Digestive, Cardiovascular, Respiratory, and the Skeletal systems.
There are also sets of exercises for the Liver, the Kidneys, the entire Meridian system, and to generally tone up the body.
Most classes also incorporate exercises for the joints including the understanding of some acupressure points, and there are stretching and breathing exercises.

The arts of Tai chi and qigong are about learning how to use your body from the 'core', so that all of your movements are initiated by the 'centre'. The concept is that, as a result of this, your actions and inter-actions become harmonious, you are able to function both more efficiently and with a greater sense of peace, and your relationship with the world becomes one of working with it, rather than constantly fighting it.

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