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2012 New SCIC Wushu, Tai Chi Programs. Including 15 classes a week course, 21 classes a weeek courses, Arfternoon Elective Classes that allow you to learn new styles, forms and fighting techniques.



     
 
 
     
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Tai Chi (Taiji Quan) Study & Training Course in China


Course Features:

-Study and train at top schools or institutes in China
-Learn and train with professionals and famous masters
-Courses available from 1 week to 1 academic year, also one whole year
-Choose from a regular or intensive course
-Suitable for both beginners and advanced learners
-Private and advanced classes to improve your skills and techniques
-Many course-related activities and services also offered, including:
-Sightseeing and local culture experiences of China
-Learn other cultural subjects such as Chinese Language, Medicine and Calligraphy
-Option to combine your course by training in different styles and locations. 


Course Description

Study and train in Tai Chi (Taiji Quan) under respected masters and qualified instructors at one of the top Tai Chi (Taiji) Institutes, universities and professional teams in China! Tai Chi Quan is a traditional Chinese martial art that was originally practiced for self defense, but today is primarily practiced for its health benefits. Unlike many martial arts, tai chi is characterized by soft, slow, flowing movements that emphasize yielding to an attack, rather than using brute strength.

The SCIC Tai Chi (Taiji Quan) Course is designed for both beginners and advanced learners. Our beginner's course focuses on learning basic hand forms, stances and step works, body techniques and co-ordination, as well as learning some simplified forms etc. Our advanced course concentrates on correcting students' basic movements, enhancing students' technical condition, introducing new techniques and studying new competition forms.

Introduction to Tai Chi Chuan (Taiji Quan) >>


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School and University Options

-Beijing Sport University (Tai Chi -Taiji Quan Institute)
-Capital Institute of Physical Education (Taiji Department)
-Beijing Professional Taiji (Tai Chi) Team
-Henan Professional Taiji (Tai Chi) Team
-Shanghai Sport Institute (Taiji Department)
-Wenxian (Chen Village) Taiji Wushu Hall
-Chen Village Tai Chi Chuan Training Center-Zhengzhou
-Wudang Taoist Traditional Tai Chi School- Wudang Mt


Instructors & Coaches

Learn and train under the guidance of some of China's prominent Tai Chi (Taiji Quan) instructors and past national champions. These coaches are highly experienced and dedicated to providing high quality training for all students no matter the level of skill -- from total beginners to participants competing in national competitions. More Info >>

Training Venues & Facilities
Our training venues are equipped with indoor training halls, outdoor training grounds and a fully functional gym for weight and physical conditioning training. Other training facilities include mats, carpets and weapons.
More Info >>

Training uniform
Each participant will receive one taiji training uniform and one pair of training shoes. Any weapons required will be supplied for the duration of the program. 

Chinese Language Classes
Three basic Chinese language lessons are arranged for Tai Chi (Taiji Quan)students at the beginning of the course. This basic survival guide to Chinese is very useful for any students coming to China.  

A full language course is also available, please click here for more information

Tai Chi (Taiji Quan) Terms in Chinese
As the most of the Chinese Martial Arts teachers do not speak English, this course is specifically arranged for foreign students to learn Tai Chi (Taiji Quan)  technical terms and sentences, as well as Tai Chi (Taiji Quan) idioms in Chinese. This enables students to enter smoothly into classes. 

Study & Training Videos
We provide a training video of your chosen course, covering key points of study for future training and development. Once back home this will provide you with a guide to your martial arts study, and is also a reminder of your time with us.

Trip to Shaolin Temple, Chen Village and Wudang Mt
SCIC Travel Division provides a special trip for all martial arts students to discover the most important locations for Kung Fu development and training in China. These places are fundamental in the history of Chinese Martial Arts; the world-famous Shaolin Temple, the birth place of Taiji in Chen Village, and the Taoist sacred mountain of Wudang. More Info >>


Cultural Course Options:

Study Martial Arts while learning about Chinese culture, language and history! SCIC Beijing provides opportunities for all martial arts students to study any aspect of Chinese culture they choose (including Chinese Language, Chinese Medicine, Calligraphy, Cooking, Musical Instruments etc). More Info >>

Design Your Own Program!

SCIC Beijing offers you the opportunity to design your own program, choosing from all our available styles, arts and locations. Want to study Wushu at Beijing Sports University for a month then spend some time at Chen Tai Chi Village or the legendary Shaolin Temple? Or focus on Sanshou for a while with some relaxing Taoist Qigong at Wudang Mountain to complete your experience? We can provide it.

Simply select what, where and when you wish to study and SCIC Beijing will do the rest!

SCIC Activities After Class

Study martial arts in China Beijing while enjoying various social, cultural and sports activities in your free time! Including local lifestyles in Beijing, cultural shows, performances, clubbing nights, special meals, spa and massage experiences, Karaoke, Chinese traditional festival celebrations, and sport games!  Weekend tours also provide a opportunity for students to visit historical attractions such as the Great Wall, Forbidden City and Summer Palace. More Info >>


Accommodation
SCIC Beijing offers two accomodation options: students' dorms at universities, institutes and martial arts schools, or 2-3 star hotels. You can choose either a single room and a shared room.
More Info >> 

Dates & Fees
Choose a Standard program or a Total program that covers other Taiji activities, Beijing tours, Shaolin & Wudang trip, social activities and cultural workshops.
More Info >>


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