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2023 Fall Tai Chi training courses

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发表于 2023-8-10 16:18:19 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
We are excited to offer two TaiChi training courses, 42 form and 56 form, accompanied with club activities, starting from September 2023.

About our club: http://waterloocca.com/thread-3451-1-1.html  


1.  Tai Chi 42 form training course (English and Chinese)
The 42 form Tai Chi with basic Tai Chi movements and skills will be taught. The 42 form isprimarily formulated based on Yang-style Tai Chi with integrated skills/movements from other styles.

Time:                   2023 Sep 14th to 2024 Jan 25th, every Thursday from 6:55pmto 7:40pm

Participants:      Trainees with any levels of Tai Chi experience can join. The course is particularly suitablefor trainees with no Tai Chi experience. Trainees with past Tai Chi experience will also benefit from this course by improving their existing skills, postures and movements. This fundamental Tai Chi course will be critical for alltrainees to advance their Tai Chi skills to higher levels.

Cost:                    $100.00/person, 20sessions (If you sign up for two classes in the term, the second one will have 50% off. That's $150 for two classes)

Anyone taking this course may participate in club activities (see below) in the same place from 8:30pm to 9:15pm with no additional cost.

2.  Tai Chi 56-form trainingcourse (Chinese only)
The 56-form TaiChi will be taught. The 56 form Tai Chi is formulated primarily based on Chen-style Tai Chi by integrating two serial “Traditional” Chen-styles(so-called “Old Frame”).

Times:             Thursdays, 7:45pm – 8:30pm, from September 14th , 2023 to January 25th , 2024

Participants:       The course willbe suitable for trainees with some Tai Chi experience.

Cost:                  $100.00/person, 20 sessions (If you sign up for two classes in the term, the second one will have 50% off. That's $150 for two classes)

Anyone taking this course may participate in club activities (see below)  in the same place from 8:30pm to 9:15pm with no additional cost.

3.  Club Activity
Participants practice Tai Chi in various forms, as well as what were taught in the courses, either individually or as a group. The instructors will be on hand to offer suggestions of improving specific movements/skills.

Time: Every Thursday, 8:30pm -- 9:15pm

Cost:
·      The club activities is free for one year for anyone participating in one of the Tai Chi courses above.
·      Otherwise, the fee for participating in the club activities is $50 per person per year.
Seniors participate for FREE
Serving the community is one of the main goals of our club. Hence, the club activities
are open to seniors (55years old or above) free of charge. People younger than 55 are
also welcome to try club activities first, before deciding to pay either the club fee or to
take a training course.

4.  Place
The above training courses and club activities will take place at the same place:
Mount Zion Lutheran Church (enter from the side door), 29 Westmount Rd South, Waterloo

5.  Sign up and contact
Fill out this form to sign up:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdZra0MsT2OK_f6VCJEMBr4oXG8dNH2Bp5eBXLDg9BIoeRo6w/viewform?usp=sf_link

Feel free to email us if you havequestions: taichi.wcca@gmail.com

6.  FAQs
1)     How intensive is the course?
The Yang-style Tai Chi consists largely of slow, steady and soft movements. It is suitable for most people, of any age.
The Chen-style Tai Chi has some moderately fast and occasionally intense movements, which is more appropriate for people with more experience in Tai Chi.

2)     I have made vacation plans and might miss some classes, will there be any make-up classes?
We will review the missed classes and provide you with some make-up suggestions. We also practice what was taught in the courses during the club activity time. Please let the instructors know in advance.

3)     Do I need to prepare special Tai Chi clothing?
There is no specific dress code. We recommend comfortable, loose-fitting and breathable clothing, and a pair of soft-soled shoes suitable for exercises.

4)     Can I take the course if I don’t have any Tai Chi experience?
You may consider taking the course on 42-Form Tai Chi, which does not require any previous Tai Chi experience. This course could also be helpful if you have some previous experience in Tai Chi, and hope to refresh and get better at posture or movements in your practice.

The course on 56-Form Tai Chi is more advanced and is geared toward people with some more experience in Tai Chi.

5)    May I audit a class first before deciding to join one of the courses?
New participants are welcome to have one free trial session.
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