cancelled until further notice
1:00 to 2:30 pm
at Victoria Centre, Wellingborough
For beginners an introduction to a slow section of the Fan Form, for those with more experience a chance to work on an additional section.
Places limited, please contact Amanda to book 07835453286
Suitable fans available for use in the workshop.
The Taiji Kung Fu Fan form was created in 2001 by Professor Li Deyin as a support to the bid for the Beijing Olympics 2008. The first public demonstration of this form involved 2008 enthusiasts.
It can be enjoyed as graceful exercise by older adults or performed dynamically by athletes.
The Summer School at Knuston Hall in June 2020 had to be cancelled
(due to Covid19). Hoping to run this course in 2021.
Contact Knuston Hall on 01604 362200
If you have always wanted to try Tai Chi, this is an opportunity to join in gently with flowing Chinese exercises, learning at your own pace.
For those already enjoying Tai Chi, this summer school offers you the time to refine your forms and relax further into the Dao Yin exercises, harmonising movement and breath.
We will sit down for discussions about theory and background culture and then revise selected forms, to help each person gain confidence, balance and coordination
There are plans and provisional dates for a day course and a Tai Chi Winter School at Knuston Hall in the autumn 2020.
To book these courses please contact Knuston Hall on 01604 362200
next date to be confirmed
Introduction to DaoYin exercises for wellbeing
Choose to learn the standing or seated/chair version of each exercise, then flow through together.
In the set of 12 DaoYin exercises, we can sense a holistic approach to wellbeing that involves the mind, along with harmonisation of movement and breath.
Dao Yin is an ancient term and the names of the exercises bring inspiration from the natural world and from traditional Chinese culture. DaoYin exercises can be used to maintain vitality, restore balance, quieten the mind, improve posture and strength and help keep diseases at bay.