Come and Learn about T'ai Chi for Health and Fitness
Classes offered in T’ai Chi, Qigong and Chinese Martial arts
Next Session Begins August 26, 2019
595 Blossom Road Suite 304
Rochester, NY 14610
World T'ai Chi & Qigong Day April 27, 2019 10 AM - 11:30AM Brighton High School Gym, 1150 Winton Rd. S. Rochester, NY 14618.
Many local groups will observe our 19th annual celebration with group exhibition beginning at 10 am, hosted by The Rochester T'ai Chi Ch'uan Center. Several styles of T'ai Chi and QiGong exercises will be exhibited by their teachers and students, followed by demonstrations, Qigong and related mini-workshops. Traditional Chinese music will provide live accompaniment. Special guest Brighton Town Supervisor William Moehle.
For more information contact: The Rochester T'ai Chi Ch'uan Center
http:/www.rtccc.com (585) 461-0130
Brendan will present us with a variety of exercise drills designed to develop our relaxation skills. This workshop will help both beginners and advanced students of any art to improve their understanding of weight transfer, balance, using effortless power and how to be a body.
Brendan uses humor and warmth to take others on the journey that is Cheng Hsin. Regardless of where you are starting, or the discipline you are working with (martial arts, or some other area such as playing a sport, or even music), there is something here for you to help you do it better.
Cheng Hsin which was created by Peter Ralston is a seminal study of mind, movement, function and effectiveness. Through a thorough study and practice on the principles put forth in Cheng Hsin, one can become more grounded and more efficient in most any physical and mental activity.
Brendan Lea is a long time practitioner of Cheng Hsin, beginning with his introduction at the Rochester T’ai Chi Ch’uan Center and continuing through his multi-year apprenticeship working directly and intensely with Peter at his residence in Texas. He has risen to become one of only ten level 4 Cheng Hsin practitioners in the world.
Brendan returns to Rochester to help people learn about the “how” of Cheng Hsin and its benefits not only in the martial area, but in a surprising number of areas. He shows how and helps others find out how to make grounding, balance, relaxation and being present in the moment real activities. This provides a base to work from in improving how one moves and even how one thinks.
Come join Brendan in this informative workshop at the T’ai Chi Center.