Fundamental and Comprehensive Classes
Begins April 30
TaiJi is a sophisticated movement practice that incorporates philosophy, therapeutics and martial arts. This ongoing twice-monthly class focuses on the fundamentals of TaiJi movement, namely, TaiJi Circles and TaiJi Spirals. TaiJi Circles emphasize fluid, relaxed, circular motion, that help to open up the joints, increase ROM and release muscle tension. TaiJi Spirals emphasize dynamic, linked, spiralling and drilling motions that help to build strength while developing solid and efficient bio-mechanics. From this foundation, class explores some of the more complex areas of health/rehabilitation, martial arts, and underlying TaiJi philosophy (Yin and Yang), which is continuously referenced as a theoretical basis for the practice.
The first hour of every class is focused on the fundamentals. Fundamentals are important for anyone at any level, but especially beginners. Emphasis is placed on posture and movement characteristics.
Comprehensive Class includes the Fundamentals Class, as well as an additional 2 hours. These additional hours are focused on the deeper complexities and benefits of TaiJi practice.
April 30, May 14 & 28, 2019
Tuesdays 6:00pm - 9:00pm
TaiJi classes will be offered in groups of three. The June/July and July/August sessions will be available to purchase once the April/May session begins. Stay tuned!
June 11, June 25, July 9
July 23, Aug 6, Aug 20
Tuesdays 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Cost: $90 + hst
455 Spadina Ave, Suite 300, Toronto ON, M5S 2G8
To register, please call 416-323-1818 X 200. Payment can be made by Visa or MasterCard or in person using cash or Interac. Registrations are taken on a first come, first serve basis. Register early to avoid disappointment.
Cancellations two weeks prior to the course start date will result in a $20 + hst cancellation fee. Cancellations after that date will not receive a refund.
Instructor: Jesse D. Lown (R.TCMP, R.Ac.)
Official 20th Generation TaiJi Lineage
For over 20 years Jesse has diligently practiced traditional medicine, QiGong, Daoist philosophy, and martial arts. He is an official 20th generation TaiJi lineage holder. For the past 12 years, he has specialized in the field of neuro-rehabilitation, where he has become a clinical leader in integrated approaches to therapy, in particular regarding movement disorders. Both his treatments and teachings are informed by an understanding of traditional and modern perspectives.