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Summer Tai Chi Weekend

Dimitra Zirou

Summer Tai Chi Weekend
Date: Aug 19 - Aug 20, 2017
Price: 75€
60€ for regulars and locals

Accommodation Details:

The participants of the Seminar are offered special rates in family hotels in the near-by village of Ambelas. You can see the various options in this link.

 

For hotel booking, car/scooter reservations and registration to each of the events, please contact us through the More Info button above.

Tao’s is happy to host Dimitra Zirou for her Summer Tai Chi weekend.

 

In this weekend T’ai Chi seminar (open to all levels), we are going to enjoy a more extensive, holistic approach to this very ancient Chinese martial art, including:

 

  • The Six Healing Sounds, totally related with the Five Elements, is a very old tradition in China that is incorporated into the T’ai Chi practice.
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    • Learning the short Yan Form. For either beginners or more advanced, we will be working with the first section of the short Yang Form, movement-by-movement.
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      • Basic martial applications from the short Yang Form. T’ai Chi forms are not dance choreographies! Every single movement has a martial application for either protection or attack.
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        • Chi Kung, ‘Work with Vital Energy’ is the quintessence of T’ai Chi. Without it – as ancient texts say – movements have no meaning, no real substance.

         

        Date & Schedule

        Saturday & Sunday

        11:00-13:00 Morning session

        18:00-20:00 Afternoon session

         

        Price: 75€ | 60€ for repeaters and locals

         

        For more details & registration:

        taos@taos-greece.com

        (+30) 22840 28882

         

        Dimitra Zirou is an ethno-photographer, cinematographer, and teacher of photography, and has published numerous articles & exhibited her work in various museums. She is practicing Tai Chi Chuan (Yang School) since 1993 and teaching since 2001. Her studies include also Aikido, Iaido, Calligraphy , Meditation, Japanese and more.