All welcome to join in following the traditional long form of Yang style Tai Chi Chuan. Outdoor practice, dress accordingly with flat soled shoes.
Traditional class taught weekly for seasoned practitioners and beginners. Wear clothing for ease of movement and flat soled shoes.
An introduction to the basic components of Tai Chi Chuan, creating a foundation for personal practice and inspiration for further study.
Community practice in the energetic light of the full moon for beginners and seasoned practitioners, with potluck dinner and evening fire.
Seasoned students invited to refine and deepen their practices and learn new forms accordingly through instruction, practice, discussion & contemplation.
Individual or small group (2-4) instruction available by appointment. $60/hr Large group events for communities & businesses. Fees TBD
Madeleine Piat-Landolt (Instructor), is a movement artist/dancer, educator and healer who has shared the wisdom nature of complementary movement art forms, sound, and meditation in North America and Europe with all ages for over 35 years. She has been a practitioner of this authentic Yang style Tai Chi Chuan since 2003, studying with Grandmaster Tung Kai Ying, his son, Master Tung Chen Wei, and long time student, Christopher Kiely. Madeleine has been teaching traditional Tai Chi Chuan classes in Vermont since 2006. She is the Director/Founder of the White Cloud Living Arts Foundation, established in 2007 to inspire, awaken, and cultivate true nature through education, consultations, retreats, and community events wherein all beings may benefit.
Andreas Landolt-Hoene (Instructor), has had a passion for martial arts throughout his youth and, after his graduation from the University of Vermont, was introduced to the practice of Tai Chi Chuan in 2009 by Madeleine Piat-Landolt. Within the next year, he deepened his ongoing training through seminars and camps with Master Tung Chen Wei and Grandmaster Tung Kai Ying. He has assisted in teaching all level classes, as well as for the Governor’s Institute of Asian Culture at UVM with Madeleine since 2012. In the Autumn of 2015, he began teaching his own class in Burlington with the blessings and encouragement of the Tung Family. Additionally, Andreas cooks fine meals at Pauline’s Cafe in S. Burlington, and enjoys the arts of videography and photography as well as moving in the flow on his skateboard or snowboard.