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Tai Chi Chuan (or Tai Chi) is a slow-motion, moving, meditative exercise for relaxation, health and self-defense. Originally from China, Tai Chi has gained enormous popularity for its health benefits.

Like a precious diamond, Tai Chi has many facets. As a health exercise it has no equal. As a physical manifestation of Taoist philosophy, it engages the mind to reflect upon the rhythms of nature and seek accord with them. As a stress relieving therapy, it leaves the practitioner refreshed and centered, ready to face whatever difficulties their day or their life may bring.

It has been said that whoever practices Tai Chi diligently, twice a day over a period of years, will attain the pliability of a child, the health of a lumberjack and the peace of mind of a sage. With Tai Chi you are able to kill two birds with one stone: you maintain your health in general, you improve your body posture, and you keep calmed.

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Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong Class

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This safe and gentle form of exercise is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. No previous experience is required and beginners are welcome.

The classes are multi-level and you can join on any Wednesday from 16h00 to 17h00.

Please note that Tai Chi is not usually instructed to a mixed group of children+parents and this class is only geared for adult students.

Tai Chi is practised either barefoot, with socks or shoes with very flexible soles. Please wear loose and comfortable clothing.

The organiser has studied Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong for twenty-five years and taught in Cape Town for the past 20 years:

• 23 step (also called the 24 postures form)
• four corners
• short form (also called the 48 postures form)
• sword form

in the Wu Li Style, which is derived from the Yang Style.

R 210 per person (up-front for the month) or R 60 per person per lesson.

Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong Class

Needs a location

This safe and gentle form of exercise is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. No previous experience is required and beginners are welcome.

The classes are multi-level and you can join on any Wednesday from 16h00 to 17h00.

Please note that Tai Chi is not usually instructed to a mixed group of children+parents and this class is only geared for adult students.

Tai Chi is practised either barefoot, with socks or shoes with very flexible soles. Please wear loose and comfortable clothing.

The organiser has studied Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong for twenty-five years and taught in Cape Town for the past 20 years:

• 23 step (also called the 24 postures form)
• four corners
• short form (also called the 48 postures form)
• sword form

in the Wu Li Style, which is derived from the Yang Style.

R 210 per person (up-front for the month) or R 60 per person per lesson.

Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong Class

Needs a location

This safe and gentle form of exercise is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. No previous experience is required and beginners are welcome.

The classes are multi-level and you can join on any Wednesday from 16h00 to 17h00.

Please note that Tai Chi is not usually instructed to a mixed group of children+parents and this class is only geared for adult students.

Tai Chi is practised either barefoot, with socks or shoes with very flexible soles. Please wear loose and comfortable clothing.

The organiser has studied Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong for twenty-five years and taught in Cape Town for the past 20 years:

• 23 step (also called the 24 postures form)
• four corners
• short form (also called the 48 postures form)
• sword form

in the Wu Li Style, which is derived from the Yang Style.

R 210 per person (up-front for the month) or R 60 per person per lesson.

Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong Class

Needs a location

This safe and gentle form of exercise is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. No previous experience is required and beginners are welcome.

The classes are multi-level and you can join on any Wednesday from 16h00 to 17h00.

Please note that Tai Chi is not usually instructed to a mixed group of children+parents and this class is only geared for adult students.

Tai Chi is practised either barefoot, with socks or shoes with very flexible soles. Please wear loose and comfortable clothing.

The organiser has studied Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong for twenty-five years and taught in Cape Town for the past 20 years:

• 23 step (also called the 24 postures form)
• four corners
• short form (also called the 48 postures form)
• sword form

in the Wu Li Style, which is derived from the Yang Style.

R 210 per person (up-front for the month) or R 60 per person per lesson.

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