AOMA Events Calendar
Tai Chi Chuan
From: January 15, 2013 at 6:00pm to: Tuesday, March 5, 2013 at 7:00pm
Tai Chi Chuan
January 15 - March 5
The Long Yang style involves 3 sections -108 movements. A meditative movement practice, Tai Chi Chuan enhances a peaceful state of being which allows for the practice of these harmonious, flowing movements. This ancient martial art can positively affect the well-being of people of all ages. Some of the benefits of Tai Chi Chuan include stress reduction, sharpened concentration, improved memory, increase in strength and flexibility, better balance and coordination. There are also indications that the practice of Tai Chi Chuan can increase longevity and lower blood pressure. The most powerful benefit has to do with the journey into the heart of stillness and quiet presence in movement. All 108 movements will not be taught in this one session.
About the instructor: Sumi Komo has a BA in Dance and Philosophy and an Interdisciplinary MA degree in Dance, Psychology and Sports Medicine. She trained as a teacher of the Alexander Technique with Patrick Macdonald, one of Mr. Alexander's first trained teachers. During her time in London, she began the study and practice of Tai Chi Chuan and Chi Kung under Gerda Geddes, who trained in China with the grandson of Yang Lu-Chan. Ms. Komo has taught the Long Yang Style of Tai Chi Chuan since 1988.
Community Class Cancellation & Refund Policy:
Cancellations accepted up to one week prior to first class of series. A $15 fee will be charged for cancellations. No refunds will be given for missed classes, although make-ups may be made in a similar class, subject to space availability.
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