Introduction to Chinese Calligraphy and Tai Chi
8 weeks: March 3 – April 23, 2020
＄200 （Calligraphy ONLY) 書法
Tuition includes $40 material fees for Calligraphy
Chinese calligraphy is a form of visual art that is highly regarded since ancient time. Chinese calligraphy is expressive, but it is also an art of control. One does not write characters in haphazard fashion: an established stroke order ensures that a character is written exactly the same way each time. The calligrapher and the Tai Chi practitioner have much in common: each must learn the choreographed movements before each may break free within certain boundaries to express personal vitality. Chinese calligraphy and Tai Chi may seem gentle and slow, but they are loaded with energy! Both can also be referred to as moving meditation. The slow, graceful movements can be used as a meditation to provide relaxed focus, and a deep sense of relaxation that helps release inner tensions.
Please call Shaolin Tai Chi Cultural Center at 702-570-5120 or Huang Lao Shi at 702-918-6008 for more details.