Welcome to the
Tai Chi Center of Madison
Tai Chi, is a slow, graceful Chinese exercise that enhances relaxation skills, mental focus and physical alignment while building leg strength, endurance and stability. Ideal for increasing stamina, flexibility and coordination, Tai Chi promotes efficiency of movement and economy of effort. Its principles apply to all activity. Tai Chi is a form of Qigong, a Chinese term for energy cultivation. Tai Chi practice incorporates principles for health of body, mind and spirit and harmony in human interactions.
Tai Chi Fundamentals Level 3 Certification
Saturday, October 18-19, 2014
There are still a few places left in this workshop which focuses on learning and teaching all the components of the Tai Chi Fundamentals® program:
1) Movement Patterns
2) Form: All Three Parts
3) Mind/Body Principles
4) Sensing Qi.
For more information: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Form Intensives with Pat Culotti
Tai Chi Fundamentals® and Energy Cultivation Intensive
Saturday, October 25, 2014
3 or 6 Hours
Combines review of Tai Chi Fundamentals® Movement Patterns and form with training in important energetic components that apply directly to all Tai Chi practice. Includes training in relaxation and sensing qi processes practiced lying down, seated, standing and moving.
Session I, 12:30 - 3:45pm: Section 3 of TCF form and movement patterns
Session 2, 5:15 - 8:30pm: Sections 1 & 2 of TCF form and movement patterns
Location: Tai Chi Center of Madison, 301 S. Bedford St., Madison WI
Questions? 608-663-8299 or email@example.com
Yang (Cheng man Ch'ing) Form Intensive
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Solo Form Enhancement: Review of Cheng Man Ch'ing's "Yang Short Form" with body mechanics training, energy cultivation and interactive exercises. Prerequisite: Experience in Yang Style Cheng Man Ch'ing Lineage form.
Schedule: 10:00am - 11:30 & Noon - 1:30
Master William C. C. Chen
Sunday November 2, 2014 in Milwaukee
The focus of this workshop will be applying Grandmaster Chen's Bod Mechanics Principles through the use of Push Hands, Applications and Health Aspects of Preventing Heart Disease of the T'ai Chi 60 Movement and Yang Long Form.
Questions? Call: 262/662-1060, or email Pat@EnhancingBalance.com. Download Flyer/Registration
40th Anniversary Fall Semester: Sept. 3-Dec. 20
Try a Free Intro Class Anytime!
No need to register - Just show up and give it a try! Beginners can try any of the classes marked with B on the downloadable schedule. Wear comfortable clothes and take the class either barefoot, in socks, or bring a pair of clean shoes with non-marking soles to change into at the Tai Chi Center (301 S. Bedford St. Madison).
Dahn Energy Yoga !
Dahn Energy Yoga is a separate business whose classes are available to Tai Chi Center members via our regular registration process thanks to a special arrangement with Mimi Millen's Dahn Energy Yoga. Those interested only in Dahn Energy Yoga can also register directly with Mimi.