Tai Chi Art Tutoring by
Thomas Nowakowski
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3rd International Push Hands Meeting in Prague
September 2014 www.push-hands.cz

Tai Ki Kung (Tai Chi Kung)
workshops with Master Thomas Nowakowski

Nowakowski Tomasz

2014 IV - April

5 - 6 Bratislava - Slovakia : http://www.zlatykopec.org/slovensky_front.php

2014 V - May

9 - 10 - 11 Prague - Czech Republic : http://www.zlatykopec.org/cestina_front.php
29.5 - 1.6 Bacopa Centre - Austria : http://www.zlatykopec.org/de_bacopa_onzonsu

2014 VI - June

7 - 8 Katowice - Poland : http://www.zlatykopec.org/polski_front.php

2014 VII - July - summer camp

7 - 19 Tuczno - Poland : http://www.zlatykopec.org/polski_seminaria_tuczno.php

2014 VIII - August - summer camps

4 - 9 Zlatý Kopec - Czech Republic: advanced
11 - 16 Zlatý Kopec - Czech Republic: sword
24 - 28 Bacopa Centre - Austria : http://www.zlatykopec.org/de_bacopa_position

2014 IX - September

12 - 13 - 14 Prague - Czech Republic : http://www.push-hands.cz/


The art of Tai Ki Kung is a relatively unknown and unique style originating from southern China.
Cantonese Tai Ki is the same as Tai Chi.
The term refers to the philosophical principle describing the state of dynamic balance of energy Chi (mutual changes yin and yang).
The impact of Tai Ki’s (complement the opposites) rule can be observed in many of the manifestation of life.
The closest example of this is our own breathing reflex.
Breath in (yin) followed by the breath out (yang).
Both phases of breathing complement one another according to Tai Ki’s rhythm, this assisting us constantly throughout our life cycle.
Kung means to work, practice, and experience over the passage of time through practical action.

Practice Tai Ki Kung can improve your health, inner balance,
breathing quality and core stability.

It develops the ability of noticing the most subtle phenomena:
* The ability to adapt to the changes, the perception, the skills of taking better-considered decisions.
Decisions which are based on more extensive knowledge about situation.
* The perception of the process of changes and multidimensional thinking.
* The ability to notice the aspects of events often overlooked by others,
to think unconventionally and creatively.
* The ability to notice and change the habits disturbing us.

This skills are useful in the martial arts, business, art and whole life.



E-mail : info@taichi-goldenhill.info - Please contact us to book the place
Phone : Zofia Polak - +44 (0) 751 409 2687


Master Tomasz (Thomas) Nowakowski

born 1954 in Warsaw, an artist and Tai Chi practitioner.

Having been interested in Asian culture
since his youth Thomas started practicing Tai Chi thirty years ago.
He works with two styles: Yang and San Feng.
In Yang style he deals (works) mainly with the traditional form of the Yang family (108 forms), push-hands and Tai Chi fencing.
San Feng, rare style from the south of China, is practiced in the interpretation of master Ming Wong.
In the past Thomas has had a few teachers, mainly Krzysztof Łozinski.
His present teacher is Dr. Ming Wong, C.Y.

Since 1982 he has taught Tai Chi in many European countries (Austria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, UK)
and prepared over forty Tai Chi and Qi Gong instructors.

When teaching, Thomas concentrates on understanding Tai Chi principles and their use in daily life.
Thomas considers Tai Chi an art (like painting or music) and a way of putting the mind and body in harmony.
Thomas founded Centre of Taoist Arts Zlatý Kopec in Prague and works
as a professor of Qi Gong Teachers Study in Academy for Health and Social Competence in Linz (Austria).
Since 2004 he has been cooperating
with the National Tai Chi Chuan Federation of the Republic of the Taiwan.



Contact us

e-mail : info@taichi-goldenhill.info

telephone: (+44) 0 751 409 2687


Master Thomas Nowakowski


Contact me

e-mail : thomastaichi.art85@yahoo.co.uk

telephone: (+44) 0 7599 276 447

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*Shapes of Balance (English Blog)*........*Refleksje o Taichi (Polski Blog)*

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