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Outdoor Tai Chi (Group)

Tai Chi for Beginner x 4 sessions

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • 220 Malaysian ringgits
  • IMM Carehub @ 163 Retail Park, 2F-08, Level 2

Service Description

TaiChiQuan is a martial art developed by a Royal guard, Chen WangTing (陈王庭) during the Ming dynasty. Chen has assimilated boxing techniques with the ancient Chinese philosophical “I-Ching” (易 经), and Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques of “Daoyin” (导引) and “Tuna” (吐纳) into his martial art routines. Daoyin is the concentrated exertion of inner force, while Tuna is a set of deep breathing exercises. By combining martial art exercises, the practice of Daoyin and Tuna and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tai Chi has become a complete system of exercise in which the practitioner’s mental concentration, breathing and actions are closely connected. • It is an art which combines mind, body and energy (qi) to achieve fitness, mindfulness and inner peace. It involves a series of prescribed positions done in predictable, controlled, flowing sequences that use every muscle and joint in the body. • This flowing form of exercise emphasizes weight shifts, total body movement, and coordinated breathing. • It is a calming, centering, and quieting experience that improves feelings of personal well-being and general health. Aim of the class: • Help to strengthen your heart, build better balance, and improve flexibility. • Slow the onset of dementia, reduce stress, lower blood pressure, among others. • This low-impact, slow-motion exercise can be adapted for anyone no matter what your age or fitness level. Program outline: • The Chen-style Taichiquan Old Form 75 movements will be covered in ONE year duration. • The movements will be taught in details in 4 sections. • Each section contains 18 moves for 3 months duration. We will cover these basics in Taichi for each lesson: 1. Light warming up 2. Standing meditation 3. Silk Reeling basics forms 4. Chen-style Old Form First Routine 75 movements Class Details: Location: Rooftop Garden of 163 Retail Mall Dress Code: loose sports clothes, comfortable shoes, water and towel About the Instructor: Tricia loves Taichi and Wushu even when she was a kid. She took a short course on Taichi during her varsity days as a short project. When she finally settled down after quitting as a banker, she pursues Taichiquan as a hobby and it has since become her passion. Besides learning and practices the forms diligently, Tricia reads Taichi philosophy and concepts in both Chinese and English in hope that she can share her thoughts clearly with others.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

To cancel or re-schedule, please call our hotline at +6017 210 0218

Contact Details

  • 163 Retail Park, Jalan Kiara, Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


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