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A Weekend of Movement

Tai Chi Getaway Weekend in Ubud, Bali January 28-29, 2012

(1/6/2012) An ancient art form sometimes described as ‘meditation with movement’, Tai Chi has been shown to promote vibrant mental and physical health in people who practice regularly. Young and old alike benefit from Tai Chi's slow, flowing body movements that combine concentration, balance, and awareness.

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During a special weekend Tai Chi Retreat to be held in Ubud, Bali on January 28-29, 2012, at the Komaneka Resort on Jalan Monkey Forest, participants will learn how this ancient exercise and meditative practice can be used to support mind-body health. Attendees will learn five body-loosening methods and a ten-movement short form that can be easily mastered by beginners and practiced in just a few minutes every day. Special emphasis is given to making Tai Chi part of a naturally healthy lifestyle.

Instructor Rod Lee

Rod Lee of Sydney, Australia has over 30 years of experience as a Tai Chi practitioner and teacher. He is also proficient in meditation practice and Shiatsu healing massage, which informs his understanding of mind- body health and wellbeing. His main teacher was a student of the lineage holder Master Huang Sheng-Shyan famed in Southeast Asia as the ‘Old Man of Tai Chi’. Rod Lee continues to teach the master’s Tai Chi style to students in Australia and Southeast Asia.

The workshop will be held in Ubud, Bali’s center of holistic health, at the renowned Komaneka Resort –centrally located on Jl. Monkey Forest.

Language of instruction is English and Indonesian organized by Rio Helmi and the Ubud Meditation Group

A Rp. 2,500,000 (US$288) fee covers the cost of the two-day workshop, Tai Chi instruction, walking meditation, discussions, an instructional video CD, light breakfast, tea, 4-course lunch at Komaneka Resort and a celebratory vegetarian dinner.

Operated as a non-profit event, proceeds will be used to help establish a meditation retreat center in Ubud. Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis and strictly limited to 30 participants.

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