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This course consists of beginner and intermediate level classes taught by Grandmaster Suibin Liu, visiting from Sichuan, China. Grandmaster Suibin Liu is the 36th Generation Head of the Qingcheng Mountain Taoist Martial Arts School that holds many secret methods of Qigong and Tai Chi to develop and strengthen one's health and internal energy. This is a rare and precious opportunity to learn directly from Grandmaster Suibin Liu.
The beginner class is suitable for students with no prior knowledge of Tai Chi or exercising in general and will like to learn a short but effective Tai Chi routine (QingCheng six forms) that can slowly but surely put one back onto the path of fitness and health. QingCheng six forms is relatively easy to learn, and a single repetition can be performed in 2 to 3 mins in very small space without special equipment. This six forms Tai Chi is the condensed essence of Qingcheng Mountain Tai Chi.
The Intermediate class is suitable for students who had taken a beginner class and will like to go deeper into Qingcheng Tai Chi and learn other advanced Tai Chi health techniques as well.
Below are more information about Qingcheng Mountain Tai Chi and Grandmaster Suibin Liu.
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Course Schedule and Content Details
Beginner Camp Sep 21-22: 2 Days Six Forms Qingcheng Tai Chi Boot Camp -
Beginner Camp Sep 24-26 : 3 Eventing Six Forms Qingcheng Tai Chi Boot Camp
Qingcheng Circle Forms (Warm up)
Six Forms of Qingcheng Tai Chi
Intermedate Level Camp Sep 28-29: 2 Days Six Forms Qingcheng Tai Chi Boot Camp
6 Forms Adance
Other Tai Chi's techniques for health
Demonstration of advance Qingcheng Tai Ch
About Qingcheng Mountain and Tai Chi
Qingcheng Tai Chi originated from the birthplace of Taoism, Qingcheng Mountain, in Sichuan Province, China. Qingcheng Mountain is one of the most important Taoist centers in China. It is blanketed with dozens of ancient sacred temples. The mountain range has thirty-six peaks, the tallest of which stands over 4,000 feet high. Rising majestically from the plains of Chengdu in Sichuan province. Qingcheng is intimately connected to the Dujiangyan (都江堰) irrigation system, one of the world’s oldest, dating back to 256 BCE and still functioning today. In the year 2000, Qingcheng and Dujiangyan were inscribed onto the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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1. Attire: loose clothing, layered, flat sole shoes.
2. Bring your water bottle
Qingcheng Tai Chi is a form of martial arts and may not be suited for people who have pain or difficulty moving one's body freely. If you have pain or difficulty, please consult your doctor before participating in this program.