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Sciences of Traditional Chinese Medicine 中醫科學
Address: 2712 San Gabriel Boulevard, Rosemead, CA 91770 U.S.A.
To treat pre-disease, not to treat disease that already happened; to take preventive measures against possible trouble, not to take action against those already existing Ö It will be too late to treat diseases when they have already developed, or to deal with troubles when they have already become serious. This is just like digging a well when thirsty, or casting a weapon when battle has already begun.
-----The Yellow Emperorís Internal Classic-----
24 (Simplified Form) Tai Chi Chuan (Tai Ji Quan) Class
Sponsor: Non-profit Organization: American Institute of Traditional Medicine.
Prerequisites of Enrollment:
Anyone who would like to enhance his/her psychosomatic health level, protect his/her health, strengthen his/her body, improve his/her looks, prevent disease, and prolong his/her life. 2. Bedridden or weak persons who need Tai Chi Chuan Exercise. 3. Amateurs at Tai Chi Chuan Exercise.
Contents of Study:
24 (Simplified Form) Tai Chi Chuan (Tai Ji Quan) Class.
The 24 posture Simplified Form of Tai Chi Chuan, sometimes called the "Beijing form" for its place of origin, is the result of an effort by the Chinese Sports Committee which, in 1956, brought together four tai chi teachers to create a simplified form of tai chi as exercise for the masses. The creators truncated the Yang style hand form to 24 postures, taking between four and eight minutes to perform and giving the beginner an introduction to the essential elements of tai chi chuan, yet retaining the traditional flavor of Yang style's longer hand forms (generally 88-108 postures). Henceforth this form was avidly promoted by the People's Republic of China for general exercise, and was also taught to internees in Communist "re-education" camps. Due to this official promotion, the twenty-four form is most likely the form of tai chi with the most practitioners in China and the world over (though no surveys have been performed).
Class hours:Basic class hours are thirty (30) hours.
Teacher:Mr. William Wong.
Time of Lessons:Decided at time of registration. Usually on Saturdays and Sundays Morning 9 am~10 am.
Site of Lessons: 3130 Tyler Avenue, El Monte, CA 91731
Distance Learning: Available, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration Method: Register at site of lessons, telephone sign-ups are acceptable. Due to small size of the class, seats are limited, so please register soon.
Information phone: (626) 288-1199.
Fees: $20.00 for registration and materials; $80.00 ($20.00/ hour) for tuition.
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