Taiji and Meditation in Zürich

body - mind - energy - spirit

Taiji is an internal style of Chinese martial arts. Looking at Taiji from the outside, one sees a sequence of soft, calm movements. The body is precisely aligned and moves fluidly without any part of the body ever stopping.
Taiji (Tai Chi) puts Daoist principles into practice. Through the coordination and relaxation of mind and body, we develop inner strength and harmony.
Taiji promotes health and can be used for self-defence. However, the main work takes place internally. An aspect that is emphasised in our training.
 

In our group we practice the Taiji system of Patrick Kelly. Patrick Kelly has been on the spiritual path for 50 years and is the only non-Chinese student of the «inner school» of Master Huang Xingxian. He leads a worldwide network of 100 senior students (20+ years) and 1000s of students.



Open Class and next beginners course
You would like to know more about Taiji and are interested in the training?
Then come to the Open class on Monday 30.01.2023 and train with us.
What can you expect? A bit of theory, but also a lot of participation and trying out.
You are cordially invited.
Please let me know beforehand via e-mail.

On Thursday 02.02.2023 a beginners course will start.


Training

The training takes place at Bäckeranlage (Zurich, district/Kreis 4, Aussersihl).

  • Monday         19:00-20:30
  • Wednesday   18:30-20:00 - longform class (from 15.03. untill 27.09.)
  • Thursday       19:00-20:30
  • Saturday       11:00-12:30

You can start the training at any time. To ensure a good training process we ask you to join at least two Taiji classes per week. Classes are given in German and/or English as required.

Training fee: 150 CHF/month, additional fee for longform class: 50 CHF/month

Interested?

Here you can find more information: Contact

I am looking forward to meeting you!


Taiji-training

Taiji group doing partner exercises (Pushing Hands, Tuishou) at an outdoor training.

Patrick Kelly

Patrick Kelly explaining something to the Taiji group at the workshop.

blog

Photo collage pointing to the Taiji and Meditation blog.