Williamsburg Taijiquan

Bill Hansell has been practicing and teaching taijiquan for over 30 years. His lineage is: Yang, Chenfu - Jiang, Yukun - Zhu, Lianfang - Cheng, Xianhao (who currently teaches in Philadelphia and has a blog at TheInternalArts.com). The Health Journal profiled Bill in Taking Time to Practice Tai Chi. The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine of the National Institutes of Health has a brief overview of taiji chuan which can be accessed by clicking here . Science Daily follows news on alternative medicine and includes news about taiji and qigong and can be viewed here.

Winter 2015

Free Winter classes at Quarter Path Recreation Center in Williamsburg on Thursday December 3, 10, and 17. From 11:30 AM to noon is a review of 24 Yang form and from noon to 12:30 PM is a review of Yang 40 form.

Call Bill Hansell (757-566-0040) or email him ( bill@williamsburgtaiji.com) if you have questions.  Prior registration not required for the free classes.

There has been a growing interest in learning Tai Chi Long Form. As a result I will offer a series of classes to learn the Yang Style Traditional Form, 105 Movements. Although the techniques in Traditional Form are more comprehensive than those used in modern Yang forms, the movements are basically the same as 24 and 40 Form.

The 36 hour series of classes will be offered every other weekend at the Quarter Path Recreation Center beginning January 9 & 10, 2016. The classes will go through the weekend of April 30/May 1, 2016. Each class will be 2 hours and will begin at 1:00 on both Saturday and Sunday. The cost for the total series will be $190. The economics of renting the room for the class requires that I have a minimum of 10 students. If you have questions please contact me.


CONTACT BILL at 757-566-0040 or bill@williamsburgtaiji.com

Read more about Bill and Taijiquan at The Health Journal and in a second article about balance at The Health Journal.

© Stan Rockwell