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Master Jesse will be helping students to develop their inner energy work, based on the first part of the Xinjia Form. Chen Style Tai Chi is the oldest style practiced today. This version of the long form...more

Duration: 1 day

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This is a course in Tai Chi for the Tai Chi Curious - a fun and entertaining way to learn the 24 movement Yang style "Short Form." It originally aired as a 13-part series for Hawaii Public...more

Duration: 11.5 hours

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HYPNOTHERAPY TRAINING COURSES
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T'ai Chi Chuan, commonly known as T'ai Chi, is a gentle form of exercise and martial art that promotes and improves health. The Tai Chi Diploma Course provides students who have little or no knowledge of...more

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The Chinese people have been practising the art of T'ai Chi Ch'uan for centuries. In fact it is practised to such an extent that, in the past, it has drawn the bewildered attention of tourists. All over...more

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