Tai Chi (Taijiquan in Chinese) is a Chinese martial art that has become one of the world’s most popular forms of exercise. Tai Chi uses soft, slow and continuous movements to train the body and focus the mind. Studies have shown that practising Tai Chi can improve one’s health, reduce stress and provide relief for ailments such as high blood pressure, arthritis and osteoporosis.
Tai Chi was created in Chen village. The masters of the Chen family integrated 108 Tai Chi movements into 4 major forms, with the Old Frame Routine being the basic essential form for anyone wishing to learn Tai Chi. Practitioners are guided through a structured programme that will enhance body awareness, balance and coordination, while learning the basics including the tree hug standing position, silk reeling and cloud hands movements. Tai Chi is different from all other types of martial art as it integrates the Chinese philosophy of Taoism which focuses on inner balance and harmony with nature.
Courses will start from Tuesday 7 March 2023.
|Beginner||Tuesday||Kirchberg||18:30 – 20:00||COMPLETE|
|Beginner||Wednesday||Kirchberg||18:30 – 20:00||COMPLETE|
|Intermediate||Thursday||Kirchberg||18:30 – 20:00||COMPLETE|
How can I register?
Contact the Confucius Institute by phone (+352) 46 66 44 4964 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be delighted to give you all the information you need to register.
- Free for students and employees of the University of Luxembourg (not including Tai Chi clothes: €20).
- €135 for anyone who does not belong to one of the above categories (not including Tai Chi clothes: €20).
The courses last for 10 weeks.
Sign up now! Each class is limited to 15 learners.