Teachers' Clinic - Kitchener ON Canada (UPDATED)

  • 09 Dec 2017
  • 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Kitchener ON Canada
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Cold Mountain Internal Arts Tai Chi Teachers’ Clinic (UPDATED)

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Where:  Calvin Church, 248 Westmount Rd. E., Kitchener ON Canada

When:  Saturday 9th December 2017, 1:30-4:30 p.m. (optional dinner to follow)

All Tai Chi practitioners are concerned with teaching --- whether we are helping others or working at refining our own form.

One of the most basic methods, whether we are beginners or experts, is how to take a movement or form apart in order to better understand it, and then to put it back together again!

Three workshops:

Jill Heath on Teaching and the Art of Articulation--Verbal and Beyond;

Steve Higgins on the Yang tradition’s system employing ‘energy dots’ and acupoints;

Jonathan Krehm from the Wu tradition on “Principles of Articulation”.

Finally, an open panel discussion!

Cost:  $20 for the afternoon to cover rent and other expenses.  Pay at the door, cash or cheque.  Any after-expense proceeds to be split between participants and CTF.

NOTE:  This event should be of interest to students as well as teachers.  All are welcome; come and swell the THRONG!

Chinese food at ‘The Cameron’ after!

More details as they become available. Stay tuned!

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As originally posted, for your reference, below.

Jonathan Krehm from the Wu tradition on “Principles of Articulation”.

Steve Higgins on the Yang tradition’s system employing ‘energy dots’ and acupoints.

Jill Heath on how to pull it all together.  (Really!!!)


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