NC Taosit



Learning Tai Chi and Qiging is available in three flavors: private classes, private group sessions, and public setting.
For private classes and group sessions, please contact Ronen for more information.
For public classes, when available, please see below for additional information.

Tai Chi Saturdays

Are you interested in learning Tai Chi?
Great news! Fit Inspired Living in Downtown Cary is collaborating with NC Taoist Ronen Divon to start a Tai Chi class this April!

What is Tai Chi? 
Created in ancient China as a form of martial arts, Tai Chi is practiced these days mostly as a slow form of exercise, aimed at promoting health and wellness. There are several different schools of Tai Chi. The one we will be focused on is called the Short 24 moves Yang Form.

Who is this for?
Tai Chi is for anyone who has an interest in a different form of slow-pace, energy cultivating, exercise. Ages 12 to 120. 
There is no need to be in great shape, flexible, or have previous knowledge.

No previous experience is required. Classes include warm-up, practice of the basic fundamental moves of the Yang form (short), related breathing techniques, as well as the philosophy behind the practice (Dao and I-Ching).

When, where and how much?
It takes 14 weeks to learn the basics of the Short Yang Form. We will meet most Saturdays with few exceptions that will be advertised in advance.
First class is on Sat, Apr 6th. 11:30am.
Each session is 45 - 60 min long (some sessions may run up to 60 min). 
The classes are offered at Fit Inspired Living, located at 145 W. Chatham St., Cary.
RSVP is requested as space is limited.
Cost is $168 for the 14 weeks  series. Firs class is free to try out, after-which a commitment for the full series is required. 

Below is a link to a video of the form that will be instructed.

Who is instructing?
Ronen Divon is a seasoned Tai Chi and Qigong practitioner and instructor. Ronen has been instructing Tai Chi, Qigong and Yoga since 1995. Continuing to explore and practice these ancient paths as well as other Eastern methods and philosophies, Ronen stresses in his classes elements of relaxation, elongation and breathing. Tai Chi and Qigong instructed include practice of the basic moves, various soft and hard Qigong, the short Yang (24) standard form, meditative and breathing techniques, as well as some elements of the Dao and I-Ching philosophies behind the practice.
Ronen’s primary interest is in individual and personal exploration of the body, and through it, a glimpse into the soul.

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