Regrettably due to limited registration, we have to cancel the workshop. If you have registered, Patrick will be contacting you to issue a refund.
Chen Bing will be in Columbus, OH for a serires of workshops starting May 25th – Jun 10th, 2015. check out www.chenbingtraining.com
Don’t miss this opportunity if you can get to Columbus, OH.
Monday classes at the Village Co-op, 1110 Mound St (corner of Mound and Mills). Shared cost, small group class. Average $7 per class payable to host. Click here for map.
|9:00 am- 10:00 am||Basics (silk reeling exercises) + Form (Lao Jia Yi Lu)|
New classes offered through MSCR for Memorial High School for students and staff beginning 3/9/15, ending 5/25/15.
|2:30 pm – 4:00 pm (usually)||Taiji Dan Jian (Single Sword)|
Thursday classes at the Fitchburg Senior Center, 5510 Lacy Road, Fitchburg, WI 53711. $2 per class. No registration needed. All fees donated to the Fitchburg Senior Center.
|8:30 am- 9:30 am||Basics (silk reeling exercises)|
…. and when the weather gets better, we go outdoors.
Wednesday classes at McKee Farm Park Shelter, corner of McKee and Fish Hatchery Click here for map. No registration needed. $5 per class. No classes if it rains BEFORE class starts. If the shelter is in use by others, look around the park for me or a group of taijiquan players.
|6:30 pm- 8:30 pm||Silk Reeling followed by forms (empty hands, weapons, etc)|
I am currently teaching at Fitchburg Senior Center, Village Co-Op Housing and, through MSCR, students at Memorial High School. I am planning to expand the schedule to include evening classes this fall when I find economical and locations to keep cost down for everyone. I am also available for private lessons or workshops in or out of town upon request at reasonable rates.
I usually avoid sharing what others are already sharing on the internet about Chen Style Taijiquan unless I am in total agreement with the content. Most content out there are results of good intentions but may not necessarily contain correct information. That’s not the case with the following information from Brisbane Chen Tai Chi. Happy reading.
1) Ding – stability
2) All the other things you hear about doing taiji elbows down, shoulders relax, sit in your kua, body upright, etc. etc. Inside wound up, outside calm.