Bagua Fundamentals

February 10 - March 17, 2015

This is the first class in the bagua zhang series. This is a 6 week class that focuses on the most essential elements of practicing bagua. Students will learn how to stand, how to move and how to walk. These fundamental practices set the stage for all of the rest of the bagua system. Upon completion, students may register for any of the Foundation level bagua classes.

Classes are at Central Park Physical Therapy at 1727 Broadway, 2nd floor (Entrance is on West 55th St). Class is from 7 PM to 8:30 PM.

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Bagua Body Method

March 24 - June 9, 2015

This is a Foundation level bagua class. This 12 week class focuses on the essential exercises to train the characteristic spirals found in bagua into the body. Students will learn the 28 ji ben gong exercises, the 12 standing posture nei gong and several new footwork patterns.

Classes are at Central Park Physical Therapy at 1727 Broadway, 2nd floor (Entrance is on West 55th St). Class is from 7 PM to 8:30 PM.

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Qigong for Shoulder Injuries

January 24, 2015 at 2 pm

This is a free workshop being taught at the Park Slope Food Co-op. In this workship, students will learn several simple exercises to promote health in the neck and shoulders and to help rehabilitate injuries.

Location: Park Slope Food Coop, 782 Union Street, Brooklyn, 2nd Floor


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