I would like to remind everyone (and invite those interested) that on September 24, 2012 Edmonton Full Time training will start and continue until December 21. This would be an excellent time for those who would relish this type of training and a North American location to visit Edmonton. Edmonton has few distractions to interrupt training so is ideal for learning.
We will offer training during this time for the total time with a progressive program or for a week or more depending on the time you have available. Shorter stays than a month should target specific forms or corrections.
The focus will be on Chen Style Practical method Yilu and Foundations with time for Erlu, Jian and Broadsword if your visit is long enough. In addition we will also be covering the Chen Style Xinyi Hunyuan Taijiquan 24 form and Qigong. The course is designed to offer higher level training for beginners or students with previous Practical Method training to advance in their practice and understanding of correct Taiji.
Attending the Full Time Program also allows you free access to the evening classes at the Edmonton Studio -giving the best chance to make maximum progress. Master Chen states that the magic number is 10,000 – the more repetition, the better result.
So far, our graduates have made the most progress for developing Taiji ability than any other program.
We are the only ones offering this type and level of training in North America so it is an incredible chance to receive the best Taiji training available.
Contact Hunyuantaiji Academy as soon as possible to commit to attending this Fall.
Those interested or needing more information please contact us through the website or personally to my email: email@example.com
Full Time Taijiquan in Edmonton
Question: Your website shows what a typical day in Daqingshan is like. I was wondering if you could describe what a typical day in the Edmonton program is like.
9:00-12 noon, Lessons.
- Break for lunch 11:30 to 1:30 pm
- 1:30-4:30 pm, Directed training and practice.
- 6:30-8:30 pm Option to participate in the regular local evening classes at no extra cost.
The student is responsible for his/her own meals.
The school provides coffee maker, microwave oven, utensils and dishes
The student is responsible for transportation to and from Edmonton and to and from the studio.
The student is responsible for accommodation in Edmonton.
For a related article go to :http://practicalmethod.com/2011/05/the-edmonton-advantage-full-time-2011/#more-12102