Workshops with Nils Klug and Meetings in Hannover

Workshops with Nils Klug 2020

26.02 – 1.03.2020 Introduction to push hands during the 19th International Push Hands Meeting. See push-hands.de for details and registration.

Sword Workshops

Workshop 1, 28./29. March – The internal connection: Bringing energy into the sword

Workshop 2, 18./19. April – The external connection: expressing intention and contacting the partner

Workshop 3, 16./17. May – communicative actions: flow and flexibility

The workshops may be booked as single courses. All three courses taken together form a complete fundamental training course.

Push Hands Workshops

17./18. October
14./15. November

Times

Saturdays: 15:00- 20:00pm
Sundays: 10:00- 15:00pm

Prices for Tai Chi Chuan Workshops in Hannover

1 day 5h:        80 EUR
2 days 10h:  160 EUR

Registration

Registration_Anmeldung

Just fill in your details, scan/photograph it and send it via email or send the original via mail to the stated address:

Tai-Chi-HannoverTai Chi-Studio
Nils Klug
Zur Bettfedernfabrik 1
30451 Hannover
Germany

Or contact us via email: nils.klug@taiji-europa.de

Exchange Meetings in Hannover

International Push Hands Meeting

Touch – Feel – Communicate

 

The International Push Hands Meeting is dedicated to the internal arts and their (martial) application in contact, independent of styles. We host teachers of different schools and systems, seeing Push Hands as a means for cross-style communication and a great opportunity to test, to research and to enhance one’s skills, not to mention the fun of being able to communicate without words. Our approach towards Push Hands is experimental rather than competitive: it is not about winning or losing, but about the creation of a situation, where one can consciously explore one’s limits and widen one’s comfort zone in personal interaction.

The teacher

Nils Klug has been studying with William C.C. Chen and Dr. Tao Ping Siang, two students of Cheng Man Ching. He has been teaching in the Tai Chi Studio, his own school in Hanover, Germany, for over 25 years. Nils’ focus in form work is on the meditative flow of vivid movements, which are created by the changes in the postures of the form. The way of moving and the accurate external form are derived from the functionality of the movements, which are made accessible through practical experience. To spark the imagination of the participants and to develop the joy of learning in a group are at the heart of his teaching.

Sword Workshop