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This Tai Chi Workshop is scheduled for Saturday, March 28, with Justine Rosenthal & Jane Golden. Intermediate and advanced tai chi students will refine their practice of the Yang style, long form of Tai Chi Chuan, a series of 108 graceful and flowing movements. They will continue to improve balance, energy, strength, flexibility, and alignment.
Advanced students will also be introduced to the fan set, where the application of the slow set moves is studied and practiced.
Please note: This workshop is only open to current or previous students who have learned the Slow Set.
For more information, or to register, please contact Justine Rosenthal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jane Golden established her School of Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong in Sonoma County in 1979. Her medical, martial, and spiritual perspectives have profoundly influenced thousands of students. Jane’s high level of achievement is based on decades of formal instruction and traditional practice of slow set, fast set, push hands, weapons and Qigong. In honor of the Chinese Masters under whom she studied, Jane imparts the value of the ancient traditions.
Jane’s unique style of personal instruction embraces the beginner and continues to inspire the student for a lifetime of practice. Jane’s deep understanding of both the art and the student’s needs, and her outstanding communications skills, create a learning atmosphere that promotes individual growth and group consciousness. The ability to teach on multiple levels and to present simultaneously many aspects of Tai Chi and Qigong has earned Jane high regard and respect locally, nationally and internationally.
Many qualified teachers of Tai Chi and Qigong have emerged from Jane’s school, and she has been an educator for various professional groups including acupuncturists, massage practitioners, doctors, nurses, chiropractors, physical therapists and psychiatrists.
NOTE: Workshop is Saturday, March 28, 2020 from 10 am to 6 pm. $120 for whole day, $60 for half-day. Full day includes lunch.