This DVD is great for all levels. It covers warm-up exercises, the Tai Chi Stance, the Five Moving Forces, and the First Circle through the Fourth Circle. There are two complete form practice sections--one in nature and one in the studio.
If you want a great idea of what Tai Chi is and a preview of what the First, Third, and Fourth Circle is watch the trailer above:
The picture of me at the Flatirons is a sample of the Five Moving Forces
At the cottonwood tree is a sample of First Circle
At the Red Rocks is a sample of Third Circle
At the metal sculpture is a sample of Fourth Circle
Cynthia Ghiron leads a Tai Chi class.
Beginning and Continuing Tai Chi
Beginning Form Practice Classes: (Five Elements/First Circle)
January 21, 28, February 4, 18, 25th and March 4 Wednesday's, 5:30pm - 6:30pm -Jan 21, 28, Feb 4
Wednesday's 7:00pm - 8:00pm-Feb 18, 25 and March 4
Holding the Earth in Balance with a Tai Chi Wave around the World
With Special Live Chinese Music
by Brian Mullins on Erhu
You are invited to be a part of this international event that is aimed at bringing about greater awareness of this beautiful and healthful practice. On Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 10am, this international event will start in New Zealand, continuing around the world as one continuous wave of human movement focused on healing the planet as we heal ourselves. We will use the image of the globe held in the palm of our hands (like the Tai Chi ball) to bring balance within and without. With the breath we will bring wholeness and return to the stillness within.
Chi Gong, Tai Chi, Asian Philosophy and Brush Calligraphy, Mindfulness Meditation, and Kung Fu Tea with Moshi.
• Meditation on One World, One Breath with Tai Chi Ball
• Chi Gong, Five Element Form, First and Second Circles
• Exploration of Chinese philosophy and calligraphy
• Chinese Tea with Moshi
Date:April 25, 2015 Saturday, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Beginners are welcome.
Location: Community United Church of Christ
2650 Table Mesa Drive Boulder CO 80305
To Register, call: (303) 440-4004
Cynthia teaching Tai Chi at the annual YMCA Women's Fitness Camp,
Snow Mountain Ranch, Granby, Colorado. The class is doing the
White Crane movement from Chi Gong practice, traditional Chinese
energizing warm-up exercises.