Bruno Rubini - Tai Chi, Chi Kung & Meditation

By: Tai Chi Nz  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Tai Chi, Chi Kung

Tai Chi Beginners
In this course, students will learn Tai Chi Qigong movements, Tao philosophy and the 10 Tai Chi Yang Form. This easy form is an introduction to Tai Chi. Suitable for all ages.

Tai Chi Intermediate 1
This course is suitable for students who have completed the Tai Chi Beginners. In this course you will learn the Simplified 24 Steps Tai Chi and review the Chi Kung and Tai Chi forms already learned.Tai Chi Intermediate 2
Suitable for students who have completed the Tai Chi Intermediate 1.
We will look at the 16 Tai Chi Form, review the other forms already learned, introduce Push Hands, and learn techniques of meditation and self-healing.Tai Chi Intermediate 3
Suitable for students who have completed the Tai Chi Intermediate 2.
We will learn the Qigong Ba Duan Jin and begin the Tai Chi Kung Fu Fan Routine 1. Review the other forms already learned, introduce the Tai Chi Sword, and continue with advanced techniques of meditation.Tai Chi Advanced
The aim is to increase strength of will and strength of mind and to continue experiencing Chi for better health. In this course we add advanced warm ups, continue with meditation techniques and continue with the Tai Chi forms already learned. We begin the 108 Tai Chi Long Form, and students will have the option of learning weapons training such as the Staff, Spear, Cane, Sabre, Broadsword, and Tai Chi Fan Routine 2. Tutor will advise the students when they are ready to progress to the next level.

Keywords: Chi Kung, Tai Chi