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Tai Chi Chuan Classes

Where: Kaikorai Valley College, 500 Kaikorai Valley Road, Dunedin, Otago

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Per Term: $100.00
  • 4 terms (discount): $340.00
  • 3 terms (discount): $260.00
  • 2 terms (discount): $180.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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  • NZ drivers licence or passport
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Old Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan

The long form (Taolu) of Yang Cheng Fu is a martial art, but is mainly learnt and practiced for physical exercise, emotional well being, general good health and improving the quality of the body's vital energy. Performed slowly, peacefully and correctly, it quietens the mind and emotions, thus helping to reduce stress.

Classes:
Classes are taught on Tuesday nights, in 10 week terms, with 2 week breaks between terms.

7 pm - 8:30pm Beginner students (students may stay to practice till 9pm.)
7 pm - 9:00pm Intermediate & senior students.

Term 1: February 9th - April 13th
Term 2: May 4th - June 6th
Term 3: July 27st - September 28nd
Term 4: October 19th - December 21th

Fees paid on the first night of a term.
$100.00 per term. Or pay for multiple terms at a time and receive a discounted rate.

New students welcome at the beginning of each new term.
For enquiries, please contact 4884539.

No special clothing is required for Tai Chi. Loose fitting clothing eg. T-shirts / sweatshirts and track trousers are good to allow the body to move freely. Keep warm with layered clothing. Bare feet, socks, or flat-soled shoes for the feet are best. No sneakers or running shoes as they hinder good posture.

Bring a bottle of water to drink.

Tai Chi is different, it is an individual practice. Do not compare yourself to others. Enjoy your practice; have fun, put a smile on your face and in your body.

Embrace tiger, return to the mountain.

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