Wholistic Health Studio

10-class series, Wednesdays 6:00-7:10 PM Next series begins 9/13

This entry level class is designed to prepare you for further study in our Focus on Wu/Hao Style class.

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Open to graduates of Fundamentals I or with permission of the instructor.

This 10-class series continues and deepens the work begun in Fundamentals I, with additional Qigong study and further exploration of the dynamics of the Tai Chi Diagram, the "Master Key." We will review the Wu/Hao 16-movement form, and learn additional movements from the 108-movement "Long Form."

Tai Chi is a chinese martial art and system of meditative movement used worldwide for fitness, stress reduction, balance, and well-being. Principles of motion based on Yin and Yang, body mechanices, proper alignment, knee safety, and whole body coorination serve as an introduction to further study.

The healing properties of Tai Chi derive from Qigong: the cultivation and movement of Qi, or life energy, to induce physical, emotional, mental and spiritual equilibrium.

When you have completed this class, you may join our ongoing Wu/Hao-style Tai Chi class, practicing the 108-movement "Long Form."
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JAY DUNBAR, PhD, is director of the Magic Tortoise Taijiquan School. Dr. Jay has studied qigong and taijiquan since 1975 and has taught in the Triangle area since 1979.

Visit Dr. Dunbar’s website: www.magictortoise.com