White Cloud Mountain
Autumn 2016


WHITE CLOUD MOUNTAIN

TAI CHI CHUAN

TUNG FAMILY/YANG STYLE

Madeleine Piat-Landolt & Andreas Landolt-Hoene


AUTUMN 2016

Teaching / Practice / Events

ALL LEVELS CLASS

(weekly instruction / begin anytime / no class on 9/7/16)

Beginners and ongoing students join together to learn and deepen their practice of this supreme internal art, as passed through four generations of the Tung Family Lineage (tungkaiying.com)
Traditional instruction in classes includes: Preliminary exercises;  Slow Set / Sequence of Postures; Qigong;  Yin/Yang philosophy & application of Principles; Fast Set; Push Hands Partner Practice.

An overall emphasis on relaxation, alignment, balance, concentration, awareness & harmonious flow is skillfully encouraged with joy, generating great benefit to the well being of  body, mind, and spirit.

WEDNESDAYS, 5:30-7 pm / McClure Center, Burlington
$60/month /  $15/single class / $150 season pass available for purchase in September

TAI CHI FOR HEALTH
with Madeleine Piat-Landolt

September 22nd - December 15th (no class on Thanksgiving Day)

All welcome to join together to learn and deepen the practice of this supreme internal art which has the potential to enhance vitality and health on all levels. In this twelve week session, traditional instruction in each class includes: Preliminary exercises;  Slow Set / Sequence of Postures (1st section); Qigong; Yin/Yang philosophy & application of Principles. An overall emphasis on relaxation, alignment, balance, concentration, awareness & harmonious flow is skillfully encouraged with joy, generating great benefit to the well being of  body, mind, and spirit.

Thursdays, 10-11 am / McClure Center, Burlington
$150 / 12 week course

FULL MOON CLASSES

(monthly instruction)

Begins September 19

+ October 17 / November 14 / December 12 +


ALL LEVELS CLASS

6-7:30 pm

Beginners and ongoing students join together to learn and deepen their practice of this supreme internal art, as passed through four generations of the Tung Family Lineage (tungkaiying.com) Traditional instruction in classes includes: Preliminary exercises;  Slow Set / Sequence of Postures; Qigong;  Yin/Yang philosophy & application of Principles;   Fast Set; Push Hands Partner Practice.
An overall emphasis on relaxation, alignment, balance, concentration, awareness & harmonious flow is skillfully encouraged with joy, generating great benefit to the well being of  body, mind, and spirit.

$60/4 classes or @ $15

INTERMEDIATE CLASS

(Knowledge of Slow Set required)
7:30-9 pm

Instruction & practice continues and deepens with the knowledge of Slow Set as foundation.  We will focus on Tung Family Set (slow & fast);  Kai He;  Weapons;  & Push Hands Partner Practice.

$60/4 classes or @ $15

Students attending the Intermediate class are encouraged to come to both classes.
Classes will begin and end with 5 minutes of personal time for warm-up and questions.



COMMUNITY PRACTICE

September 19 - December 19
Mondays, 6-9 pm
(weekly)
Burnham Town Hall
River Rd , Lincoln

Ongoing students join together to deepen their practice of Tung Tai Chi Chuan. Practices will be led as listed below with short breaks inbetween. Familiarity with practices required to participate in each session.

6-7 pm
Slow Set / Qigong
7-8 pm
8-9 pm
Kai He / Weapons / Push Hands
(variations)
Suggested Donation: $100/ Full Season (14 weeks) or $10/week


COMMUNITY PRACTICE RETREAT

Lincoln, Vermont
Sunday, September 25 / 10-2 pm

Tung Tai Chi Chuan practice for the whole community, with potluck lunch to follow.


REGISTRATION/INFORMATION
whitecloudarts@gmail.com / 802-453-3690 / www.whitecloudarts.org



Instructors

 

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.