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T’ai Chi and Qi Gong

T’ai Chi and Qi Gong

Saturdays: Intermediate class 8:30 to 10:00 am at the church
Beginners class meets at 10:00-11:30 am

TaiChi

Church of the Holy Spirit, offers regular classes in Tai Chi and Qi Gong that are open to members of the church and the community. Both of these Chinese exercise and meditative routines are intended to help participants improve their health and vitality, and to support personal spiritual development.

T’ai Chi is a Chinese martial art and health exercise that is widely practiced all over the world. We study and learn Yang Family Tai Chi at Church of the Holy Spirit, in the Michuan or “hidden family” tradition. We learn both the civil (health) and martial (defense) aspects of this martial and health art, and explore ways to tie our practice and learnings to every day life and our personal spiritual development.

Both of these Chinese exercise and meditative routines are intended to help participants improve their health and vitality, and to support personal spiritual development. T’ai Chi is a Chinese martial art and health exercise that is widely practiced all over the world. We study and learn Yang Family Tai Chi, in the Michuan or “hidden family” tradition. We learn both the civil (health) and martial (defense) aspects of this martial and health art, and explore ways to tie our practice and learnings to everyday life and our personal spiritual development.

The classes are led by Marc Andonian, Ph.D., who is an exercise physiologist and gerontologist by training. Marc has been studying tai chi chuan and qi gong since 1995. Marc shares his love and enthusiasm for these arts with his students, as they develop their knowledge and skills, and explore practical applications in their personal, work and spiritual lives.

Classes are open to all interested individuals. Please come and join us!

There is no charge for Tai Chi or Qi Gong classes at Church of the Holy Spirit, but a free will offering to the church to defray expenses will be graciously accepted.

For more information, please contact Marc Andonian

Shi San Shi – The Thirteen Postures

Beginning students learn basic qi gong exercises and begin learning the basics of the Yangjia Michuan Taijiquan form by learning Shi San Shi – The Thirteen Postures. For more information on Shi San Shi – click here. This link will take you to a page with basic information on this form and hyperlinks to related videos to support learning.

For self-study materials go to www.yangjiamichuantaijiquan.com

 

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