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    • Thursday, February 27, 2020
    • (EST)
    • Monday, April 19, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 120 sessions
    • Virtual Meeting via ZOOM
    Register

    WUDANG TAI CHI - with Master zhou

    Level 1 (beginner)

    • Level 1 classes are open to all students
    • Curriculum: basic stances and movements of Wudang Tai Chi, basic Wudang Tai Chi Forms (28-Form and 108-Form)
      Single purchases of class passes available through our Store.

      Recurring monthly payments available through Memberships

      Please contact us for the link if you are interested in joining. 

      • Thursday, February 27, 2020
      • (EST)
      • Monday, April 19, 2021
      • (EDT)
      • 120 sessions
      • Virtual meeting via ZOOM
      Register

      WUDANG TAI CHI - with Master zhou  

      Level 2 (intermediate & advanced)

      • Students must receive prior approval from the instructor to attend Level 2 classes
      • Curriculum: Wudang Tai Chi sword, advanced Wudang Tai Chi Forms (13-Form, Wuxing/Five-Elements Form)
        Single purchases of class passes available through our Store.

        Recurring monthly payments available through Memberships

        Please contact us for the link if you are interested in joining. 

        • Tuesday, January 12, 2021
        • (EST)
        • Thursday, April 08, 2021
        • (EDT)
        • 26 sessions
        • Zoom
        Register

        What is it? 

        This introductory class is ideal for students who are new to Taiji. The course will familiarize students to our warm-up routine, stances, and breathing exercises. Basic Taiji postures such as single whip, cloud hands, empty stance, brush knee, and parting the horse's mane will be emphasized. This course will ease your entry into the form in no time.

        What are the Teachers-In-Training Classes?

        DBA is again offering this series of classes by our teachers in training.
        This series is part of the practicum requirement for students who seek teacher certification and plan to teach Wudang Martial Arts to the public. This initiative is a further step in promoting Master Zhou’s mission to pass the Wudang Arts on to future generations by providing more people access to the physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits these healing arts provide.  Courses taught by teachers-in-training offer an important pathway to inspire more students to learn, to practice, and to teach Wudang Martial Arts.


        Why are these classes called "Classes by Donation"?

        When you take a class led by our teachers-in-training, you not only assist them in fulfilling the capstone of their many years of training, you also support Shifu Zhou's Daoist Benevolent Association, his non-profit organization. Master Zhou hopes to encourage his students and supporters to take classes for their wellbeing while simultaneously donating to his foundation.  Financial support is crucial to maintaining and sustaining this organization.


        • Tuesday, January 12, 2021
        • (UTC+01:00)
        • Thursday, April 08, 2021
        • (UTC+02:00)
        • 26 sessions
        • Zoom
        Register

        What is it?

        Four Seasons Qigong is the practice of breathing exercises according to the changing seasons. In harmonizing with nature, we learn to regulate our inner Qi to maximize our health and to balance the changing demands of each season. Please note that this class will be conducted in Hungary and in Central European Time (CET).

        What are the Teachers-In-Training Classes?

        DBA is again offering this series of classes by our teachers in training.
        This series is part of the practicum requirement for students who seek teacher certification and plan to teach Wudang Martial Arts to the public. This initiative is a further step in promoting Master Zhou’s mission to pass the Wudang Arts on to future generations by providing more people access to the physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits these healing arts provide.  Courses taught by teachers-in-training offer an important pathway to inspire more students to learn, to practice, and to teach Wudang Martial Arts.

        Why are these classes called "Classes by Donation"?

        When you take a class led by our teachers-in-training, you not only assist them in fulfilling the capstone of their many years of training, you also support Shifu Zhou's Daoist Benevolent Association, his non-profit organization. Master Zhou hopes to encourage his students and supporters to take classes for their wellbeing while simultaneously donating to his foundation.  Financial support is crucial to maintaining and sustaining this organization.

        • Tuesday, January 12, 2021
        • (UTC+01:00)
        • Monday, April 12, 2021
        • (UTC+02:00)
        • 26 sessions
        • Zoom
        Register

        What is it? 

        Taiji 28 is a short form of Wudang Taiji 108. Knowledge of Taiji 28 is a robust entry point to 108 because it encapsulates the major movements of all the three-part of 108. This class is ideal for those of have knowledge of Taiji basics and ready to move to the next level.  Please note that this class will be conducted in Hungary and in Central European Time (CET).

        What are the Teachers-In-Training Classes?

        DBA is again offering this series of classes by our teachers in training.
        This series is part of the practicum requirement for students who seek teacher certification and plan to teach Wudang Martial Arts to the public. This initiative is a further step in promoting Master Zhou’s mission to pass the Wudang Arts on to future generations by providing more people access to the physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits these healing arts provide.  Courses taught by teachers-in-training offer an important pathway to inspire more students to learn, to practice, and to teach Wudang Martial Arts.


        Why are these classes called "Classes by Donation"?

        When you take a class led by our teachers-in-training, you not only assist them in fulfilling the capstone of their many years of training, you also support Shifu Zhou's Daoist Benevolent Association, his non-profit organization. Master Zhou hopes to encourage his students and supporters to take classes for their wellbeing while simultaneously donating to his foundation.  Financial support is crucial to maintaining and sustaining this organization.

        • Tuesday, January 12, 2021
        • (EST)
        • Friday, April 09, 2021
        • (EDT)
        • 26 sessions
        • Zoom
        Register

        What is it? 

        Taiji 28 is a short form of Wudang Taiji 108. Knowledge of Taiji 28 is a robust entry point to 108 because it encapsulates the major movements of all the three-part of 108. This class is ideal for those of have knowledge of Taiji basics and ready to move to the next level. 

        What are the Teachers-In-Training Classes?

        DBA is again offering this series of classes by our teachers in training.
        This series is part of the practicum requirement for students who seek teacher certification and plan to teach Wudang Martial Arts to the public. This initiative is a further step in promoting Master Zhou’s mission to pass the Wudang Arts on to future generations by providing more people access to the physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits these healing arts provide.  Courses taught by teachers-in-training offer an important pathway to inspire more students to learn, to practice, and to teach Wudang Martial Arts.

        Why are these classes called "Classes by Donation"?

        When you take a class led by our teachers-in-training, you not only assist them in fulfilling the capstone of their many years of training, you also support Shifu Zhou's Daoist Benevolent Association, his non-profit organization. Master Zhou hopes to encourage his students and supporters to take classes for their wellbeing while simultaneously donating to his foundation.  Financial support is crucial to maintaining and sustaining this organization.


        • Wednesday, January 13, 2021
        • (EST)
        • Friday, April 09, 2021
        • (EDT)
        • 26 sessions
        • Zoom
        Register

        What is it? 
         This class will introduce students to the long form of Wudang Taijiquan 108. The class will cover the first part of the three-part routine of this iconic form after warm-up and breathing exercises. The form will emphasize slow and gentle movements to better understand the basic steps such as crane spreading its wing, brush knee, single whip, parting the horse's mane and other postures.  

        What are the Teachers-In-Training Classes?

        DBA is again offering this series of classes by our teachers in training.
        This series is part of the practicum requirement for students who seek teacher certification and plan to teach Wudang Martial Arts to the public. This initiative is a further step in promoting Master Zhou’s mission to pass the Wudang Arts on to future generations by providing more people access to the physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits these healing arts provide.  Courses taught by teachers-in-training offer an important pathway to inspire more students to learn, to practice, and to teach Wudang Martial Arts.

        Why are these classes called "Classes by Donation"?

        When you take a class led by our teachers-in-training, you not only assist them in fulfilling the capstone of their many years of training, you also support Shifu Zhou's Daoist Benevolent Association, his non-profit organization. Master Zhou hopes to encourage his students and supporters to take classes for their wellbeing while simultaneously donating to his foundation.  Financial support is crucial to maintaining and sustaining this organization.


        • Thursday, January 14, 2021
        • (EST)
        • Monday, April 12, 2021
        • (EDT)
        • 26 sessions
        • Zoom
        Register

        What is it? 
        This class will introduce students to the long form of Wudang Taijiquan 108.  The form will emphasize slow and gentle movements to better understand the principles of Taiji: overcoming hardness through softness, healing injuries through practice in flexibility, and building suppleness of the body.  Sam's background as a practitioner of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture gives his class a specific emphasis on the healing components contained within the Taiji forms.

        What are the Teachers-In-Training Classes?

        DBA is again offering this series of classes by our teachers in training.
        This series is part of the practicum requirement for students who seek teacher certification and plan to teach Wudang Martial Arts to the public. This initiative is a further step in promoting Master Zhou’s mission to pass the Wudang Arts on to future generations by providing more people access to the physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits these healing arts provide.  Courses taught by teachers-in-training offer an important pathway to inspire more students to learn, to practice, and to teach Wudang Martial Arts.

        Why are these classes called "Classes by Donation"?

        When you take a class led by our teachers-in-training, you not only assist them in fulfilling the capstone of their many years of training, you also support Shifu Zhou's Daoist Benevolent Association, his non-profit organization. Master Zhou hopes to encourage his students and supporters to take classes for their wellbeing while simultaneously donating to his foundation.  Financial support is crucial to maintaining and sustaining this organization.


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      Goal: $50,000.00
      Collected: $22,684.00
      45%
      Your support allows us to continue offering affordable workshops, retreats, and classes to the community. We are also working to build and beautify our Xuan Ju Daoist Center in Francestown, NH.

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