Date(s) - January 7 2020 - January 14 2020
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
This class series starting January at the Philosophical Research Society (PRS) will teach bases for the Baguazhang, internal martial art practice. Link to the eventbrite sign up here.
January 7 and 14 are donation based sessions. The following sessions will be $25 in benefit of PRS and include a theory and practice component. It is possible to come into the class without having attending previous ones. Context for the practice, including Chinese medicine bases will be provided as well as a presentation of the lineages and the instructor.
Baguazhang, the most mystical of the internal martial art systems, applies Chinese philosophy and Traditional Chinese Medicine to a high level martial movement practice. It harnesses wisdom from Taoist and Buddhist principles dating back to the founder of Shaolin Kung Fu and Zen Buddhism. The practice strengthens the body as a whole and focuses on tendons, joints and fascia. It is a powerful tool that combats any type of emotional and body ailments because it teaches how to fight with the spirit.
New students are welcome, no experience is necessary, sessions are tailored to the group. Adults of all ages are welcome including those with movement limitations. Everyone can benefit from the teachings.
*The upcoming sessions will teach theoretical and practical bases of internal martial arts starting with a five element standing posture series. To continue with the series follow Yunuen on the PRS Wellness page.
Event Space: Once you enter the outdoor courtyard area, go up the staircase to the second floor to the door named “LECTURE ROOM.”
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY: By registering for this event, the attendee agrees to and acknowledges the following: I hereby represent that I am in good health and able to engage in physical exercise, be it active or passive. I understand that it is my responsibility to consult with a physician prior to and regarding my participation in a marital arts class. I represent and warrant that I have no medical condition which would prevent my full participation in a Baguazhang class.