Pueblo Tai Chi Club
Learning Traditional Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan for an Authentic Tai Chi Experience.
Jim Klodzinski, a Teacher of Traditional Yang Style Tai Chi, and with the Pueblo Tai Chi Club, offers an authentic tai chi experience with Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Tai Chi levels of detailed step-by-step instruction with 90 minute class sessions held continuously throughout the year.
Jim has been practicing and studying traditional yang style tai chi (Taiji, T'ai Chi Ch'uan, Taijiquan) since 1990 and has been teaching tai chi since 2004.
He is an experienced and effective teacher of traditional yang style tai chi movement forms - as well as the health, meditative, chi energy work (qi gong), body-mind, push-hands (sensing hands) and the martial arts aspects of yang style tai chi practice. Jim also holds the rank of Black Sash in the Chinese martial art of Kung Fu San Soo.
Legacy Bank Community Room
730 Desert Flower Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81001
Martial Art Styles
The following Martial Arts Styles are offered at Pueblo Tai Chi Club:
- Tai chi
- Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan
Programs & Class Schedule
Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan Classes
For those new to tai chi, with detailed step-by-step instruction, Beginners learn the yang style 10 Form and the Simplified Yang 24 Short Form for the fundamental principles of tai chi practice along with stress reduction and the harmonizing of chi energy. This Yang 24 Form is the most practiced Tai Chi movement form in the world.
Intermediate/Advanced classes with the yang 10 form and 24 short form (left and right style) bring tai chi students to higher, advanced levels of tai chi practice by emphasizing the in-depth internal integration of the principles and methods of tai chi practice.
Advanced students go on to learn the Traditional 108 Yang Style Long Form (left and right style) and further internal integration of tai chi principles and methods of practice.
For interested students The Pueblo Tai Chi Club also offers:
San Sau - The Yang Style 88 Two-Person Application Form: With this high level yang form students learn the 44 moves of Side A and of Side B and then with a partner match Sides A and B together in a fluid, safe, dancelike manner to understand the martial applications of the postures contained in the tai chi hand forms.
A tai chi sword form is also taught for interested students.
Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced classes are two evenings during the week from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm & Saturday mornings 8:30 am - 10:00 am. No contracts are required.
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