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Seijaku Intro or Review
June 4 – 6, 2021 via Zoom

with Daniel Pienciak, Accredited Seijaku Teacher and TCC Teacher Trainer

Zoom host: Benjamin Brisjar

 

For Whom:

This is a basic course for learning or reviewing Seijaku Practice, suitable for anyone who is comfortable with all T’ai Chi Chih movements. It is recommended that a student have at least one full year of regular T’ai Chi Chih practice before attending this course in Seijaku practice. (Please note that one does not have to be an accredited T’ai Chi Chih instructor as a prerequisite to register. Serious T’ai Chi Chih students are also welcome.)

This Basic Course will also be of value for T’ai Chi Chih teacher candidates looking to deepen their practice and for T’ai Chi Chih teachers preparing for Seijaku Accreditation. It is also beneficial for Seijaku for those who simply desire a thorough review.

 


What:

~ Explore the Seijaku Principle and adjunct practices Justin Stone has taught as part of his “Maximum Chi Program.”

~ Discover the profound benefits that may be realized by incorporating these practices into your regular T’ai Chi Chih practice routine.

~ Increase your understanding of the principles of movement in T’ai Chi Chih practice through Seijaku practice.

~ Experience how practicable and effortless the application of the Seijaku principle can be.

 

Justin Stone has referred to T’ai Chi Chih practice as the “…play of the Sage.” It may be surprising to find that Seijaku practice can be effortless and play-full. The practice of Seijaku can offer a fuller appreciation of grounding and balance of body, mind and spirit.

 


Please consider joining us in discovering the depth of enjoyment available in Seijaku practice, through our joint adventure in this basic Seijaku course.

Download the registration form with details here.

Suggested per person fee: $ 125

 

Approximate Scheduling of Sessions:

Friday June 4th: 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. EDT

Saturday June 5th: 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m, and 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Sunday June 6th: 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.