Knowledge is a treasure, practice is the key – Lao Tzeu –
You want to gently nurture your body, mind & spirit, while having fun and gain a sense of relaxation. You want to commit yourself to regular Tai Chi practise, truly connect with your inner self. Your aim is to focus on correct practice with deepening understanding of traditional Tai Chi Chuan.
MDA European Hub Brussels Brussels 1050 Ixelles Porte de Namur Place du Champ de Mars 4 e : firstname.lastname@example.org t : +32 485 20 98 77
Discover 3 different classes ‘ NO FUN NO TAICHI ‘
Members : 35€ – Non members : 40€
Starting in July !
As the classics states : ‘Slow work produces detail and quality goods.’
“ If one practices according to the principles and concepts of Tai Chi Chuan and is able to reap the benefits, then it is true Tai Chi Chuan. “
Master Alan Ding will ensure that you practice true Tai Chi Chuan indeed. Expect slow work, in depth and detail, in a friendly environment. The course will undoubtedly accelerate your progress and understanding of traditional Tai Chi Chuan.
This intensive course will also focus in helping you develop and improve your skills further in traditional Tai Chi Chuan by looking deeper at the three aspects of traditional Tai Chi Chuan – centralising / circulating and Applied Chi.
Some of the time will also be spend on learning or refining the broadsword form with more Gau Sau / applications practice.
The course is open to all MDA instructors and committed experienced Tai Chi practitioners who have completed the Long Form. You are advised to book early to get the discounted rate.
Tai Chi in Brussels, offers a full syllabus under certified instructors personally trained by our traditional Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan lineage holders, Master John Ding, 6th Generation and Master Alan Ding, 7th Generation.
is located in the heart of Brussels and is another main Tai Chi centre in Europe, established by Master John Ding, 6th Generation Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan lineage, Founder of the international Master Ding Academy based in London.
Aims of the Tai Chi in Brussels Academy :
to further the development and transmission of Traditional Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan, while preserving the complete ancient Chinese art. To inspire and empower everyone who wants to experience the extraordinary benefits to health and well being through our classes and courses.