Wu Style Tai Chi Course


Date and Time
Sunday, August 4, 2024
2:00pm— 2:45pm
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Location
Arrington Lagoon Picnic Shelter - Centennial Park
1647 Sheridan Rd
Evanston, IL 60201
United States
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Our Intro to Tai Chi event was popular, so we decided to offer a weekly course.

When: Sundays from August 4 to October 20, 2024
(12 sessions) 

Tai chi, a shortened form of the Chinese martial art tai chi chuan, is a mind-body exercise first developed in China. Tai chi has been practiced for millennia because of its many health advantages, including mental and spiritual well-being.

Tai chi is low-impact and has slow, soft motions. This ancient technique involves moving continuously while focusing on breathing and meditating. As you progress through a sequence of poses, you concentrate your attention on your body, thoughts, and emotions. You take deep breaths.

When you practice tai chi, you should stand in a comfortable squatting stance. Squatting at different depths allows you to tailor the workout's challenge to your own needs. 

Duration: Each session is 45 minutes

Cost: Member: $120 and Non-Member: $360
(fee for each participant)

About the Instructor and Facilitator

Wells Ye, WG98, is a Taichi Master with a 30-year legacy from Beijing, China, where he learned the original form of Tai Chi and has since devoted three decades to its daily practice. Beyond his mastery of Taichi, Wells Ye is also known for his entrepreneurial ventures, having founded FreshTechMaids.com and EmployJoy.ai. As an entrepreneur, he navigates the formidable stress, and attributes the profound impact of Taichi practice to bolstering his mental well-being in the demanding world of entrepreneurship.


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Non-Member Course Pass
$360.00
Member Course Pass
$120.00
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Free
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Arrington Lagoon Picnic Shelter - Centennial Park

1647 Sheridan Rd, Evanston, IL 60201, United States,
by public transit by car by bike Walking