Try to forget everything you’ve learned as an adult. The things that limit your view of the world, your fears, your prejudices, your preconceptions. Try to rediscover what it is like to be a child with a sense of wonder, and innocence. And don’t forget to laugh. Remember, children are strong, they are resilient, they are designed to survive. When you drop them, they tend to bounce.
This class teaches students how to generate more power while using less effort. Over time, students’ form will change in fundamental ways that suit their individual bodies.
Did you know that Taichi can improve your strength, agility, flexibility, coordination and fluid motion—even if you are already a proficient athlete, dancer or martial artist? Of course, you don’t have to be an athlete, dancer or martial artist to participate.
Bagua is a “sister” martial art to Taichi, known for its coiling movements that are often practiced while walking in a circle. As with Taichi, Bagua emphasizes rooting, stability, speed, evasion and power for uses of throwing as well as striking.
Feldenkrais is an innovative method for improving strength, speed, agility, balance, posture and coordination. It has applications for dance, athletics and martial arts as well as physical and neurological rehabilitation.