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HW204 Tai Chi - Level 1 (in the tent)
Thursday, May 06, 2021, 10:00 AM until 11:00 AM
3875 Point Grey Road
Vancouver, BC V6R 1B3
FITNESS & HEALTH
Payment In Full In Advance Only
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In this course, we will begin our study of the 24 Form simplified Yang style routine, which is widely practiced all over the world. Instructor: Kelly Maclean. (Further course details below.)
Note: This course will be held only if provincial Covid guidelines allow it. If restrictions on gatherings remain in place, the course will be cancelled.
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Minimum to run this class is 8 people.
Registration cancellations will be accepted until Sunday, April 04, 2021 at 12:00 AM
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Tai Chi is not only a Chinese martial art, but also a gentle form of exercise, and a mentally stimulating field of study. The slow and graceful movements of Tai Chi cultivate balance, strength, and coordination. Memorizing the sequence also challenges the mind and improves concentration. The practice of Tai Chi has been shown to promote cardiovascular health, better digestion, joint mobility, and better sleep.
Kelly Maclean has practiced Chinese martial arts since 1988. She has studied closely with some of the greatest teachers in the world, including Master Shouyu Liang (her primary teacher), Chen Xiao Wang, Yang Zhen Duo, Madame Wang Jurong, Sam Masich, and Dr. Yang Jwing Ming. During her competition career, Kelly twice represented Canada at the World Wushu Competitions, and won many medals internationally. She was the first woman to win the title of Grand Champion at the All-Taijiquan Championships held in the USA. She holds a 7th degree black belt, and is certified in internal styles including Taijiquan (Tai Chi), Xingyiquan, Bagua Zhang, Water style, and Qigong.