Classes in Qigong (Qi Gong), Taiji (Tai Chi), Xingyi (Hsin i) and Bagua (Pa Kua) in Guelph, Ontario. Learn these
traditions in an open, non-competitive environment.
Information on the club, class schedules and resources for students can be found in the navigation bar above.
I hope the blog entries below provide interesting reading and food for thought for everyone interested in the internal arts.
Here’s a video of a volcano in Papua New Guinea erupting.
Tai Chi explosive power works similar to the shock wave in the video. A distant explosion; a visible rippling outward of force; the sudden impact followed immediately by a return to calm. The difference is that in Tai Chi, we use the posture to direct and channel a much smaller force.
Sunday, September 7th
As part of our Special Sunday Seminar series, we are running two workshops on Chen Tai Chi:
Chen Tai Chi Intro - 18 Posture Routine
The 18 Posture routine crystallizes the key features of Chen Tai Chi into a short sequence of eighteen postures. It is an excellent practice for building health and as an introduction to the traditional forms. Registration $20.
Spiral Rotation in Tai Chi
Spiral Rotation, or silk reeling is an advanced Tai Chi concept that links Tai Chi to Chinese Medicine, Meridians and Acupoints. Silk Reeling drills and spiral rotation in the traditional forms will be the focus of this workshop. Suitable for all levels of student. Registration: $20.
ShareThis was originally a guest-post I wrote for The Way of Least Resistance martial arts blog run by my brother-in-law Dan Djurdjevic. The post relates the fascial system to the Traditional Chinese meridian system and how they both intertwine with […]