What is Tai Chi - a combination of Yin and Yang philosophy with Chinese martial arts movements and breathing techniques. It is suitable for people of all ages and levels of physical fitness. The movements can be performed slowly and gently for health and relaxation, or faster and more powerfully for fitness and self defence applications.
Tai Chi benefits - the exercises regulate all systems within the body improving digestion, respiration and circulation. As the movements are performed in a relaxed manner this can also lead to a reduction in stress related disorders.
The low-impact nature of the routines improves the condition of bones, joints and muscles without strain whilst encouraging balance, focus, flexibility and co-ordination to promote health and vitality within the individual.
During practice the body remains relaxed with the practitioner’s consciousness, breathing and actions all closely connected.
Beginners always welcome
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6.00am to 7.00am My An Beach opposite the Holiday Beach Hotel
Tuesday & Sunday Evenings
7.30pm to 9.00pm CLB Phuong Nguyet Dance Studio 948 Ngo Quyen
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Tai Chi was created by Chen Wangting of Chenjiagou (Chen family village) in the late Ming Dynasty and early Qing Dynasty. With over several hundred years of development being handed down from generation to generation it has given rise to other styles – Yang, Wu (Jianquan), Wu (Yuxiang) and Sun, all helping with the development and popularity of Tai Chi.
Chen Zhenglei Chen Zhenglei of Chenjiagou Wen County, Henan Province, China, born May 1949 is a 19th generation descendant of the Chen family and 11th generation Taijiquan inheritor. 9th Duan Wushu, an expert member of the Expert Committee of the National Wushu Research Institute being accredited as one of the Top Ten Chinese Contemporary Martial Arts Masters.
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