Tai Chi Ealing classes are highly promoted for its health benefits, similar to Yoga.
In deeper levels of Tai Chi, every movement of the sequence has a meaning, a proper alignment of the body, a pattern of breathing and an intention of the mind.
Learning and understanding the purpose behind each movement become more and more important as a student progresses into deeper, more advanced stages of training. At advanced levels, Tai Chi also becomes a complete martial arts system. Tai Chi can explain how to control your entire body, power and mental capabilities to a level you’ve never experienced before. Tai Chi Ealing classes representing Tai Chi Chuan Traditional Yang style school YMAA Orientsport, which is a branch of YMAA International. We offer a full Yang-style traditional syllabus, from beginners to advanced level. Enjoy learning this ancient Chinese holistic exercise in a friendly environment under Zibi Panasewicz.
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Monday’s Tai Chi Ealing classes are focusing about relaxation, Qigong, Tai Chi long sequence and basic Pushing Hands
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced Typical training include:
10-20 min. Qigong (Wai Dan Standing Meditation, Small Circulation, Tai Chi Ball)
30 min. practice the exercises from Tai Chi sequence
30 min. Tai Chi sequence training (practicing, corrections)
Thursday’s Tai Chi Ealing classes are more about training with a partner (Pushing Hands, applications) and Tai Chi Ball.
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Typical training include:
15-20 min. power training
25 min. Tai Chi Ball
45 min. training with a partner (Pushing Hands, Applications, Fa Jing)
15 min. Tai Chi sequence training (practicing, corrections)
Payments: monthly payment is £40 (for once a week 1 hour 30 min. training), £65 (twice a week) or £15 per session. Annual membership: £55, first session is FREE Dress code: t-shirt, long sport trousers and shoes on soft sole, maybe trainers Location: Gurnell Grove Community Hall, Gurnell Grove, Ealing, W13 0AQ Instructor:Zibi Panasewicz, mobile: 07846938469, email: zibi(AT)orientsport.co.uk Additional classes:Tai Chi Saber (every 2nd and 4th Monday), Advanced Tai Chi (every 1st and 3rd Thursday)
Tai Chi Yang style
There are many different styles of Tai Chi. In YMAA you learn the traditional Yang Style of Tai Chi Chuan, which has 113 (or 108) forms.
In the early 1800’s, the founder of Tai Chi Yang style, Yang, Luchan (楊露禪), went from Hebei province to the Chen family village in Henan province to study Tai Chi Chuan with Chen, Changxing (陳長興). It is well-known that he was a servant in the household for three years, only allowed to study basic stances (盤單架), sequences, fighting set, pushing hands and power manifestation (發功). After three years, when Chen had seen for certain that Yang Luchan would work hard without complaint and had natural talent, he allowed Yang to stay another three years and fully reach the essence of Chen style Tai Chi Chuan. He returned to Hebei, and participated in a national competition which took place in Beijing. He defeated all of the experts in the country, thereby obtaining his reputation as “Yang, the invincible.”
Tai Chi Ball Qigong training is an important component of proper Tai Chi Chuan practice. For martial artists, Tai Chi Ball Qigong training can strengthen the torso, condition the muscles, and increase physical power by using the mind to lead the qi. It can be a major training tool to enhance pushing hands ability.
For general exercise, Tai Chi Ball Qigong training helps those who might overly focus on ‘core body exercises’ to strengthen their hips, knees, and ankles. You will improve movement of the spine, increase energy through various breathing techniques, and learn to move many joints properly at different angles. Read more about Tai Chi Ball
Yang’s Martial Arts Association was established in Boston, MA in 1982. With the intent of preserving traditional Chinese Kung Fu and Qigong , Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming began training students in the rigors of Shaolin Long Fist and White Crane Gongfu as well as Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan. Dr. Yang also undertook his life-long dream of teaching and researching the Chinese arts and introducing them to the West through many books, videos and DVDs.