MASTER ZHOU XUAN YUN 周玄云
AGAIN IN POLAND, WARSAW – IN TAI CHI STUDIO
WHEN: April 21-24, 2017 (Friday-Saturday-Sunday)
We are very glad to invite you for workshops with Master Zhou Xuan Yun. It’s going to be the second visit of Master in Warsaw. All the details below.
If you want to participate, please email to: email@example.com
See the pictures from the previous workshops with Master.
SCHEDULE OF WORKSHOPS
1. TAIJI WUDANG – 1-st part (Taiji 28 form, from the beginning) – April 21, Friday, 5.30-9.00 p.m.
2. TAIJI WUDANG – 2-nd part (Taiji 28 form, the second part) – April 22, Saturday, 10.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. (lunch time 12.30-2.30 p.m.)
3. QIGONG FOR HEALTHY LIVING – April 23, Sunday, 10.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. (lunch time 12.30-2.30 p.m.)
4. LECTURE: WUDANG – DAOISM – TAIJI – April 24, Monday, 6.00 p.m.
Below you will find more detailed description of subjects.
WHERE WE MEET FOR THE LECTURE:
TAI CHI STUDIO
Belwederska 26/30 Street, Warsaw, Poland
(center od the town, Ujazdów)
WHERE WE MEET FOR ALL THE WORKSHOPS:
Liceum Ogólnokształcącym im. Cervantesa
Zakrzewska 24 Street (500 meters from our TAI CHI STUDIO)
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE:
Beginners, advanced students, those who train Tai Chi in our school, people with experience in other styles Tai Chi or Kung Fu and people who haven’t trained yet.
Workshops in Chinese/English. Lecture in Chinese. Translation in Polish.
Students form TAI CHI STUDIO: 450 PLN / 3 workshops, 350 PLN / 2 workshops, 200 PLN / 1 workshop on Saturday or Sunday, 150 PLN / 1 workshop on Friday
Other participants: 500 PLN / 3 workshops, 400 PLN / 2 workshops, 250 PLN / 1 workshop on Saturday or Sunday, 200 PLN / 1 workshop on Friday
Lecture is free for every participant of workshops. For non participants: 20 PLN.
1 USD = 4,10 PLN, 1 EURO = 4,30 PLN
It’s possible to pay in cash before the workshop.
TAIJI WUDANG – 1-st part (Taiji 28 form, from the beginning)
April 21, Friday, 6.00-9.30 p.m.
TAIJI WUDANG – 2-nd part (Taiji 28 form, the second part)
April 22, Saturday, 10.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. (lunch time 12.30-2.30 p.m.)
Tai Chi is the most popular Chinese martial art in the world. Many people practice Tai Chi for its health benefits and as a kind of moving meditation. Tai Chi will develop your sense of balance, increase your energy level, and help prevent and injuries and illness. Wudang Tai Chi combines ancient Taoist health practices and qigong with traditional fighting techniques. This workshop will begin with a simple warm up and Zhan-Zhuang standing meditation. Next the complete 28-movement Wudang Tai Chi form will be taught. Wudang Tai Chi has much to offer beginners and experienced Tai Chi practitioners of all styles.
QIGONG FOR HEALTHY LIVING
April 23, Sunday, 10.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. (lunch time 12.30-2.30 p.m.)
Founded on Daoist spiritual philosophies, Qigong (气功) is a traditional Chinese practice for nourishing health. It works the body and mind in a way that is suitable for everyone. This type of exercise works naturally with the body to strengthen it and improve the functions of the heart and mind. Of the two words that compose Qigong, “Qi” (气) is the natural energy that gives us life and “Gong” (功) is the practice of developing a skill through dedication and proper technique. Practicing qigong helps us unify, adjust, and integrate the mind with the body to promote health and prevent disease throughout a lifetime. This Qigong includes both a standing routine as well as a sitting routine which is suitable to practice in the office. Developed by Master Zhou Xuan Yun, these routines draw upon traditional Daoist Qigong practices to create a comprehensive program that addresses several health issues common to modern living. With consistent practice, these routines help to make the body stronger, more flexible, and boosts the immune system.
LECTURE: WUDANG – DAOISM – TAIJI
April 24, Monday, 6.00 p.m.
In this lecture Zhou Xuan Yun, a Taoist priest from China’s Wudang Mountain, will present an introduction to Taoist history and philosophy. He will begin with the origins of Taoism and how the first Taoist communities and temples began. He will tell the stories of the ancient Taoist masters and discuss the different lineages of Taoism, and how their practices differ. He will also talk about his experiences growing up in a Taoist temple, and the role of Taoism in modern society. Last there will be a question and answer session.