25. February 2015 - 20:19 — danyal
You are invited to two special Tai Chi workshops
Time in the Art workshop with Joop Brouwer
Saturday, 28 February 9.30 am – 1pm at St Albans and Stephen Junior School, Cecil Road, St Albans, AL1 5EG.
The ‘Time in the Art’ workshop will be taught by Joop Brouwer, founder of the School of Tai Chi Chuan in St Albans and senior teacher with the Tai Chi Foundation. Joop started his study of Tai Chi in 1982 under supervision of Patrick Watson, senior student of professor Cheng Man Ching.
The workshop is for all students of our school and the fee is £30 (£25 concession).
email@example.com to register an interest in attending
Half-Day Workshop with Greg Woodson
Saturday 7th March 2.30 – 5.30pm
The Rooms Above, West Hampstead, NW6
The workshop will focus on understanding tai chi principles and applying them in our practice and everyday lives. In particular, we will explore the philosophical principles of balance and harmony. Practicing greater tan tien awareness we can be more centred, self observant, fearless and playful in life.
The workshop is open to students of all levels.
£40 / £30 concessions & TCF members
firstname.lastname@example.org to register an interest in attending
30. November 2014 - 15:58 — danyal
T'ai Chi for Beginners: B1, B2, B3 The Beginning level of the form is taught in thirds (B1, B2, B3). Each third takes 10 hours to learn. B1, the first third of the form
The B1 course is taught over one term in two formats:
10 one-hour weekly sessions or 5 two-hour sessions, with a 30-minute pause for rest midway with optional relaxation exercises. Once you learn B1 it is worth practising in its own right. B2 and B3 then complete your learning of the T'ai Chi form, each taught in 10 hours study over two more terms. This may seem a long time to learn the form. With nearly 40 years teaching experience, we find this method gives our students a much stronger foundation in the form. Our curriculum helps you to truly understand the form and the benefits you can achieve practising Prof. Cheng Man-Ch'ing's form of T'ai Chi. For more detail on our curriculum and what you can learn after B3, click Our Courses.
How We Teach
We teach in teams. This distinctive system is unique to our school and gives our students a teaching format that is clear and easy to learn. Our method of team teaching ensures that while you may have different teachers, they all use the same method to teach and explain the form. This makes the task of learning easy for the student. Our school was founded in New York in 1976 and has teaching locations in United States and Europe. If you travel to any of these locations you will find our 200 teachers all use the same curriculum and format of teaching - so you can keep learning where ever you are. With at least two teachers in each class, you will always have one teacher in front of the class, so you see the movements as you progress in the form, while another teacher helps guide the class and follow up on specific needs of the group.