All posts tagged: Taijiquan

Brookfield Tai Chi Studio News!

There’s good news and more good news!  Learning Tai Chi and Qigong has become more affordable. New class fees have taken effect in 2024.  Good news is the $20/class pay-as-you-go fee established in 2020 will not change.  More good news – Discounted class fees are now available when purchased in bulk.  The new class fees

The Swimming Dragon encore!

Brookfield Tai Chi  is offering another session of The Swimming Dragon with Newtown Continuing Education.  This wonderful exercise will keep you fit, healthy, and feeling young.  2024 is the year of the Dragon in Chinese culture.  Come and experience the power of the Dragon, which is one of the rare qi gong systems that directly

Student Resources updated!

The Student Resources section has been reformatted and updated! The list of documents now contains hyperlinks that will bring you directly to the document in question. The password to access the resources has changed and will change periodically.  It will be posted by the sign in sheet in the Brookfield Tai Chi studio, so when

The Swimming Dragon!

Brookfield Tai Chi is on the road in March with a wonderful exercise systems to keep you fit, healthy, and feeling young.  2024 is the year of the Dragon in Chinese culture.  Come and experience the power of the Dragon, which is one of the rare qi gong systems that directly benefits your internal organs.

Brookfield Tai Chi on the Road!

Brookfield Tai Chi is on the road in March with two wonderful exercise systems to keep you fit, healthy, and feeling young. Lian Gong Series 1: Stress, Sprains & Strains Lian Gong is an exercise system that combines orthopedic science and sports medicine.  It’s a varied system of 54 exercises.  This first series introduces 18

Parks & Rec classes start this Friday & Monday!

Tai Chi Qi Gong for Health & Fitness starts Friday 1/26 The class is 4-weeks long.  Frequent qi gong practice can greatly reduce stress and anxiety, keep the body energized, limber, relaxed, fit and healthy.  Each 60-minute class will explore standing meditation in static and dynamic flowing poses and simple mindful stretching. Friday 1/26—2/23 (no

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Winter Parks & Rec classes for 2024!

Happy New Year everyone!  There are 3 new Parks & Rec classes to start off your New Year right! Tai Chi Quan for Beginners class in now 8 weeks long and we take a more in depth look at the Tai Chi short form.  Each 90 minute class also introduces the classic standing meditation pose

Winter 2024 Studio Class Schedule

Here’s an updated schedule of classes for the 2024 Winter season  No classes Monday 1/1/2024 Brookfield Tai Chi Studio Monday 10:30am – Tai Chi & Qi Gong (24 form) 7:00pm – Tai Chi Quan (beginners) * Wednesday 10:30am – Tai Chi Quan (beginners) 7:00pm – Tai Chi Quan (beginners) Friday  9:00am – Meditation & Qi

New class schedule for Fall/Winter 2023

Below is an updated schedule of classes for the Fall/Winter season.  there is now an additional class on Friday evenings. Brookfield Tai Chi Studio Monday 10:30am – Tai Chi & Qi Gong (24 form) 7:00pm – Tai Chi Quan (beginners) Wednesday 10:30am – Tai Chi Quan (beginners) 7:00pm – Tai Chi Quan (beginners) Friday  9:00am

Fall Tai Chi Quan class for Beginners

If you never took Tai Chi and were always interested or you’d like to experience it again, this class is for you! Tai Chi Quan for Beginners class at Brookfield Parks & Rec introduces the classic standing meditation pose, “Embrace the Tree”, traditional qi gong stretching and the Tai Chi Quan short or ‘simplified’ form.