4th Dan, Aikikai
New Orleans, Louisiana
Tai Chi and Qi Gong Basics
A 6 month course @ NOLA Aikido
Tuesday evenings beginning / October 14th / 7:30 p.m.
Long time practitioner and teacher Marilyn Yank offers this in depth course as an experiential mind/body opportunity to learn the Tai Chi Yang Style Short form. Students will also learn simple daily exercises for improving and enhancing energy, increasing flexibility, and decreasing stress.
Additional skill development
- To focus and calm the mind
- Improve posture
- Strengthen internal organs, muscles, and joints
- Improve mental and physical balance
- Increase core strength
Appropriate and beneficial for all ages and physical condition.
Course forming now. Space is limited.
Cost: $300 (payment plan options)
No cost to current Aikido dojo members.
And if you sign up for the tai chi course as a non-Aikido member, you can practice with us for free for six months as well!
Marilyn has been a student of Tai Chi for almost 30 years and a teacher for the last 15. She teaches at sites throughout the city. Her Yang style form is from the lineage of Da Liu – a tai chi master who taught in New York City until the age of age of 97.
To Register contact Marilyn
LARS STJERNSTEDT SENSEI,
5th Dan Aikikai
November 14-16, 2014
(First Class Begins: Friday, 6:30 p.m.;
Last Class Ends: Sunday,1:00 p.m.)
More information, Seminar Flyer, Pre-Registration Page coming in early October.
We are very excited to once again welcome Lars Sensei back to one of his favorite cities and groups of Aikidoists for another fun and enriching weekend of relaxed, sharp, precise and highly connected Aikido with a one of Endo Sensei’s favorite ukes, a very gentle and powerful practitioner of our shared art.
If you are traveling from out of town we can help with accommodations. Space is available to stay in our dojo, or we can recommend b and b’s, hotels, and hostels near the dojo. Feel free to contact us here if you would like help with any of these options or have other questions about the seminar by clicking here.
The Facebook event page for the seminar is already open here and will be continually updated as the seminar approaches.
Aikidoists of all styles and affiliations are most welcome!
And please help spread the word by forwarding this email to anyone you think might like to join us!
Ten Phases of Qi Cultivation
An Introduction to Qi Gong
Sunday, July 20th 2 – 5 p.m.
at NOLA Aikido
with Marilyn Yank
The ancient practice of Qi Gong (literally translated as “energy work”) combines breath, simple movements, and mental focus to promote and sustain deep healing in body, mind, and spirit. The result is increased vitality and well being.
This 3 hour workshop will be both experiential and theoretical.
Participants will learn a series of simple and replicable movements that will introduce the potential and power of Qi cultivation and mastery.
Marilyn Yank has been a student of Qi Gong, Tai Chi, meditation, and movement arts for most of her life and a teacher for the last 15 years.
She teaches Qi Gong as a mind/body practice for increasing awareness, reducing stress, building internal strength, and clearing energy channels in the body to prevent disease, and promote overall health.