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Tai Chi Bali invites you to join their private course to train Yang Style Tai Chi Simplified 24 Hand Form - a popular style with great effect on health and healing. This course is open to beginners and intermediate level practitioners. You will focus on the healing art of Tai Chi during this course, to develop the relationship with universal energy, and in doing so, reach the spiritual enlightenment that is the ultimate goal of the course. Tai Chi Bali focuses on private and group courses, making sure that everyone will train well and focus.
You can choose your own hotel. It is suggested that you book at least 2 nights from the selection below. Once you are in Ubud, Bali, you will have time to look around and change hotel according to your needs.
Overlooking rice paddies, this elegant boutique resort is a 5-minute walk from the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary and 15 km from Pura Taman Ayun temple. Featuring local artwork, the upscale rooms offer flat-screen TVs, minibars and private balconies or terraces. Upgraded quarters add free Wi-Fi, sitting areas and rustic stone tubs.
Room service is available. Amenities include an airy restaurant, a chic spa, an outdoor pool and a relaxed bar. Parking is free.
Iman Homestay enjoys a convenient location in Ubud, just a 5-minute drive from Ubud Art Market. Surrounded by restaurants and shops, the homestay provides free Wi-Fi in all areas. Guests who drive enjoy free parking privileges.
A 15-minute drive from Iman Homestay leads to Elephant Cave, while Ngurah Rai International Airport is an hours drive away. Nestled within Balinese gardens, simple rooms are fan-cooled and fitted with mosquito nets. Shower facilities are provided in the attached bathrooms.
The homestay provides laundry and ironing services upon request. Guests can explore the beauty of Ubud by renting a car. Airport transfers can also be arranged at a charge. For meals, guests can head to Melting Pot and Biah Biah restaurants, which are situated just across Iman Homestay. Breakfast can be enjoyed in the privacy of guests rooms.
Surrounded by forest and rice paddies, this relaxed property on a residential street lies a 15-minute walk from Ubud Palace and 4.2 km from the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary.
The basic, bamboo- or wood-furnished rooms come with balconies, TVs and free Wi-Fi; most have air-conditioning, while 2 are cooled with ceiling fans. Upgraded quarters feature living rooms. Room service is offered and in-room coffee and tea service is included.
There's a complimentary area shuttle, an unpretentious restaurant, and an outdoor pool and sundeck. Massage service is available.
Set within lush tropical gardens, this relaxed resort is a 4-minute walk from the Neka Art Museum, 2.7 km from the Ubud Palace, and 4 km from the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary temple.
Offering balconies or terraces with garden or pool views, the laid-back rooms feature TVs, sitting areas, and tea and coffee-making facilities. Family rooms have additional beds; some add 2nd levels, private gardens and 4-poster beds.
Complimentary breakfast is served in an open-air restaurant. There are also 5 outdoor pools, including 2 infinity pools. Car and bike rentals, cooking and yoga classes, and spa treatments are available.
Honeymoon Guesthouses, five minutes from the heart of Ubud, offer elegant Balinese style guest rooms in a lush tropical setting.
The restaurants, Casa Luna, Bar Luna and Indus are all close by. The Honeymoon Bakery is situated near the original Honeymoon Guesthouse and the Casa Luna Cooking School is just across the road at Second Honeymoon.
Casa Luna is the home of the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival that was created in 2004 in response to the first Bali bombings. Since then, it has been rated among the top 6 literary festivals in the world by Harpers Bazaar and brings to Bali some of the worlds most brilliant minds.
Blending Balinese architecture with modern styling, this relaxed-chic resort backs rice fields and is a 12-minute walk from the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary temple complex. It's 2.9 km from the Goa Gajah caves.
Exotic rooms have traditional Balinese decor and carved wood doors, plus free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Some rooms have balconies or terraces with pool or garden views. Upgraded rooms feature bright contemporary styling and add bathtubs.
Tropical gardens have thatched open-sided massage huts and a koi fish pond, as well as an outdoor pool with separate kids' section. Other amenities include an airy restaurant and free parking.
The course teaches the popular Yang Style Tai Chi Simplified 24 Hand Form which was compiled in 1956 for the Chinese Sports Commission by several leading Tai Chi masters including Professor Li Tian Ji and Fu Zhongwen with the goal of standardizing and popularizing Tai Chi Chuan for schools, hospitals, and competitions.
The private course is designed to help you study and practice the internal healing art of Tai Chi Chuan, which was originally created in a monastery by Taoist monks as a spiritual practice for health and self-defense.
In perfecting these arts, you develop your relationship with universal energy and the Tao, and in doing so begin to perfect yourself as a human being, healing your anger, greed, hatred and worry, perfecting yourself on all levels.
This is not just in the classroom, but also making gradual changes that begin to have positive effects on your health, personality and lifestyle, developing loving kindness, wisdom and compassion. This is the deeper wisdom of Tai Chi as a spiritual practice and the ultimate goal of spiritual enlightenment.
Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan) is a relaxing and natural form of mind-body fitness, and an internationally recognized health meditation exercise. This mystical and ancient combination of Qigong and Martial Arts can prevent and ease many diseases and ills of aging, and could be the perfect exercise for the rest of your life.
Tai Chi is the physical interpretation of the philosophy of Tao - the way of health and harmony with nature, which is based on the principles of Yin and Yang and the Five Elements. In China, Tai Chi is regarded in as an internal art that legends say was created in a monastery by Taoist monks over 1000 years ago as a spiritual practice for health and self-defense.
The value of Tai Chi is in its ability to help us develop our relationship with universal energy and the Tao and the potential to strengthen and repair the physical and energetic body, which in turn has the potential to prevent and cure diseases. With regular practice Tai Chi keeps blood and energy circulation smooth in the entire body, and prevents disease.
The Yang Style Tai Chi Simplified 24 Hand Form, based on the Long Form of Yang Chengfu, was compiled in 1956 for the Chinese Sports Commission by several leading Tai Chi masters including Professor Li Tian Ji and Fu Zhongwen.
Rooted in Tao philosophy, health and self-defense, the Simplified 24 Hand Form is a great low impact exercise for improving the flow of energy throughout the mind, body and spirit, leading to an overall sense of calm and well-being.
The Simplified 24 Hand Form has become the most popular of all Chinese martial arts, loved by millions of practitioners around the world, and is now an internationally recognized health meditation exercise.
Because this sequence is based on Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan, the training guidelines and principles of the Simplified 24 Form follow the characteristic flavor of the Yang style as described in the Ten Essential Points of Yang Chengfu.
Yang Style Tai Chi Simplified 24 Hand Form is a healing martial art that combines martial arts movements with energy (qi or chi) circulation, breathing, and stretching techniques. It utilizes the ancient philosophy of yin and yang and the five element theories, for its foundation and to establish its training principles.
The training of Tai Chi Chuan includes the integration of mind, qi, and body. The focus on qi circulation was initially used for the purpose of increasing the internal strength of the physical body for combat.
The same techniques that were capable of developing internal power for combat also proved to be effective as life-prolonging, healing, and rejuvenating exercises. These health benefits are the primary contributions that led to todays popularity of the Simplified 24 Form.
24 forms of the Yang Style Tai Chi Simplified 24 Hand Form
Part the Horses Mane x3
White Crane Spreads Wings
Brush Knee, and Push x3
Play the Lute
Retreat and Repulse Monkey x4
Grasp the Birds Tail - left
Grasp the Birds Tail - right
Wave Hands Like Clouds x3
Pat the High Horse
Heel Kick - right
Double Punch to the Ears
Turn and Heel Kick - left
Snake Creeps Down - Golden Pheasant Stands on One Leg - left
Snake Creeps Down - Golden Pheasant Stands on One Leg - right
Fair Lady Works the Shuttles - right - left
Pick Up Needle from Bottom of the Sea
Flash the Arms
Step Up, Parry, Block, and Punch
This course focuses not only in the study and practice of Tai Chi but in the healing art of the martial arts. Reading and writing assignments are given daily during the training period. Physically, it is not vital to prepare before the course. However, reading to understand the Tao philosophy, which is the root of Tai Chi, and its history, is recommended before joining the class.
Bali is one of Indonesia's seventeen thousand islands and also a province. It is a very well-known holiday destination for visitors from both the West and the East. The island lies about 8 degrees south of the Equator, southeast of Singapore (a little over two hours flight time). While Bali is accessible by a short ferry crossing from Java, with Indonesia's capital Jakarta and cities like Bandung, Semarang, Yogyakarta and Surabaya, most visitors fly to the Bali capital Denpasar, near the southern tip of the island. The distance by air from Jakarta to Bali is about 1,000 km (600 miles). Overland, it's considerably more.
Ubud, a town in central Bali, is regarded as the cultural center of Bali. It is famous as an arts and crafts hub, and much of the town and nearby villages seems to consist of artists' workshops and galleries. There are some remarkable architectural and other sights to be found, and a general feeling of well-being to be enjoyed, all thanks to the spirit, surroundings, and climate of the place.
Food is not included. Meals are generally inexpensive depending on local or western restaurants.
During your free time, you can explore the area and the Balinese culture. Ubud is an arts and craft hub on Bali.
Arrive at Denpasar International Airport (DPS)