[Toronto, CANADA] 2-Day Workshop with Joshua Craig - June 10-11, 2017
ILC Workshop in Toronto, Canada, September 2015
Basic Exercises 11-15
Pre-requisites: No previous experience is required to attend. This workshop is open to all participants! All concepts and principles will be reviewed.
Zhong Xin Dao I Liq Chuan has 15 Basic Exercises. These are divided into two sections: Basics 1-10 and Basics 11-15. If this is your first time, no problem - Basics 11-15 will simply be your introduction to the art. You will learn to recognize the concepts and principles that are common to all 15 Basic Exercises.
In this workshop we will continue our exploration of the Five Qualities, Six Directions, and the Three Dimensions. We will take the coordinations experienced in the stationary exercises of Level 1, and practice maintaining them as we begin to step, kick and strike.
On the first day of the workshop we will look at the principle of Non-Resistance through Basic Exercise # 11: Concave-Convex. Next we will look at the Basic Exercise # 12: Hip Roll, as the foundation of all of our movement, and then we will learn to recognize the Hip Roll through the patterns of Basic Exercise # 13: Stepping.
On the second day we will review Basic Exercises 11-13, as well as introduce Basic Exercise # 14: Kicking, and Basic Exercise # 15: Throwing Hands. Throughout both exercises we will use the concepts to observe the principles in action. If this is your first I Liq Chuan workshop, you are welcome to join us! This workshop is designed as a stand-alone module and we will review the essential concepts from Level 1.
|Day 1: Basic Exercises 11-13
||Day 2: Basic Exercises 14-15 & Review
12 hours of training
805 Dovercourt Road
Toronto, Ontario M6H 2X4
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See you at the workshop!
Joshua Craig is a student of Grandmaster Sam Chin and he teaches Zhong Xin Dao I Liq Chuan classes in New York City, as well as workshops in various cities around the world. Joshua's understanding of the principles at work, along with his knack for teaching with both humor and clarity have made him a popular teacher. If you ever find yourself in New York City, you are invited to train with Joshua. For details, please visit www.internal-arts-training.com.