Tai Chi Program

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

Contact Sabrina at 919.489.5355 for registration and more information.

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About our Instructor
Dr. Jay Dunbar, PhD, is director of the Magic Tortoise Taijiquan School. He has studied taijiquan and qigong
since 1975 and has taught in the Triangle area since 1979. Visit
www.magictortoise.com for more information.

There will be no Tai Chi Classes from August 1 to September 9.

Tai Chi/Qigong Fundamentals in the field – first beginner class
10-class series, Wednesdays 6-7:10PM, TBD

The fundamentals of Tai Chi and Qigong are harmonious. This class will give you a great introduction to the basics of both these disciplines. Class will begin in the spring, in the field across from WHS. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to begin or refresh your study of Tai Chi! We need a minimum of eight students to begin
this class.

Focus on Wu/Hao Style in the field - second beginner class

8-class series, Wednesdays 6-7:10PM, begins 6/8

This may be your introduction to Tai Chi, or you can continue your study after taking the first Fundamentals
class that starts in March. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity! We need a minimum of eight students to begin this class.

Tai Chi in the field - experienced class
6-class series, Thursdays 6-7:10PM, begins 6/9

For our eleventh year, Dr. Jay has agreed to continue his instruction on the Wu/Hao Long Form, with a few very special Qigong exercises thrown in. All of us are ready! Are you? Please, come join us in the field across from WHS. This class is for experienced students, either by previous classes at WHS or by studying with Dr. Jay elsewhere. We need a minimum
of eight students to begin this class.