Tai Chi Program

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Tai Chi In the Field - Experienced class
10-class series, Thursdays 6:00-7:10PM, begins 3/17/22

We are back again practicing in the field. 

 

For our tenth year, Dr. Jay has agreed to continue his instruction for the Wu/Hao Long form, with a few special qigong moves thrown in. All of us are ready! Are you? Please, come join us.


This class is for experienced students, either by previous classes at WHS or by studying with Dr. Jay elsewhere. We will need a minimum of five students to begin this class.

 

Please contact Sabrina at 919.489.5355 for registration.

JAY DUNBAR, PhD, is director of the Magic Tortoise Taijiquan School. Dr. Jay has studied taijiquan and qigong since 1975 and has taught in the Triangle area since 1979.

Visit Dr. Jay's website: www.magictortoise.com

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Tai Chi/Qigong Fundamentals In the Field -  First Beginner class
10-class series, Wednesdays 6:00-7:10PM, begins 3/16/22

This may be your introduction to Taiji, or you may need a refresher. This will be offered in a 10-class series. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to learn and experience the Wu/Hao Long Form.

Taiji (Tai Chi) is easy to practice, requires no special space or equipment and fosters a joyful, reflective approach to daily life. This class focuses on the Wu/Hao style—a subtle, tranquil style, with high postures and small steps. It fosters “mind method”: internal focus and awareness.

Please contact Sabrina at 919.489.5355 for registration.

JAY DUNBAR, PhD, is director of the Magic Tortoise Taijiquan School. Dr. Jay has studied taijiquan and qigong since 1975 and has taught in the Triangle area since 1979.

Visit Dr. Jay's website: www.magictortoise.com

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Focus on Wu/Hao Style In the Field -  Second Beginner class
10-class series, Wednesdays 6:00-7:10PM, begins 5/25/22

This may be your introduction to Taiji, or you may continue your study after taking the Fundamentals course, instructed by Dr. Jay Dunbar of the Magic Tortoise Taijiquan School. This will be offered in a 10-class series. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to learn and experience the Wu/Hao Long Form.

Taiji (Tai Chi) is easy to practice, requires no special space or equipment and fosters a joyful, reflective approach to daily life. This class focuses on the Wu/Hao style—a subtle, tranquil style, with high postures and small steps. It fosters “mind method”: internal focus and awareness.

Please contact Sabrina at 919.489.5355 for registration.

JAY DUNBAR, PhD, is director of the Magic Tortoise Taijiquan School. Dr. Jay has studied taijiquan and qigong since 1975 and has taught in the Triangle area since 1979.

Visit Dr. Jay's website: www.magictortoise.com