NJ: Jan 15 -19, 2014 T’ai Chi Chih® Intensive

T’ai Chi Chih® Intensive
January 15-19, 2014
St. Joseph’s by the Sea Spiritual Center
On the Beach at Mantoloking, NJ


Led by Teacher Trainer, Pam Towne
Designed for teachers, teacher candidates and serious students

The focus of the Intensive will be on How to Move for the greatest flow of Chi
Flowing from the Center, Yinning & Yanging correctly, Moving with Softness

The heart of the Intensive will be refining & deepening your T’ai Chi Chih practice.

Teachers will also learn to develop a discerning eye for seeing what corrections students need, as well as knowing when they are ready for Teacher Accreditation…and when they are not.

Teacher Candidates will receive excellent preparation for the Teacher Accreditation course, and leave knowing what they still need to work on before attending accreditation.

Serious Students (who have practiced regularly for at least a year) will immerse themselves in T’ai Chi Chih, gaining a greater Chi flow and stronger understanding of this beneficial practice.

All will receive individual feedback.
Space is limited to 20 participants, so reserve your space now.

Intensive begins Thursday, January 16 at 9:00 am. Plan to arrive Wednesday between 4:00 – 5:00pm
to check in and have dinner at 5:30 pm. There will be a get-acquainted activity in the evening. Thursday thru Saturday hours are 9am to 5:30 pm with a. lunch break and evening group activities. Sunday will be 9am to 12:00 pm with lunch at noon and departure by 1pm.

The fee for this four day course is still only $200

Lodging is on site at St. Joseph’s by the Sea, a lovely center with spectacular views of the ocean. This peaceful setting is ideal for immersing ourselves in TCC for four days. The low lodging cost of $380 includes 4 nights, single occupancy (Wednesday thru Saturday nights) and 12 meals (Wednesday supper thru Sunday lunch).

Download REGISTRATION FORM – Intensive (PDF) or REGISTRATION FORM – Intensive (docx).

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