Open Sky hosts seminars in Aikido and Chen style Tai Chi on a regular basis. See below for upcoming seminars, hotel information and links to driving directions.
Chen Tai Chi: Push Hands, Form & Sword
Returns March 2-4, 2018
Master Wang Hai Jun returns March 2-4, 2018 to continue teaching, reviewing and refining our practice. Saturday we will review the first Chen-style tai chi form, laojia yilu; Sunday he will continue teaching the straight sword form; Friday night he will lead us in push-hands practice. Master Wang is a true master of Chen Tai Chi, a wonderful person, and an excellent teacher of the highest caliber. Please join us to observe and train with a master who embodies the highest level of Tai Chi practice and be changed and inspired by that experience. Master Wang tours extensively throughout Europe so we are honored to have him join us here in North Carolina.
030218 WHJ FLYER Push hands, Laojia Yilu, Straight sword 3-day seminar March 2-4, 2018. Discount deadline postmarked February 21, 2018.
The required tai chi seminar practice waiver is available online and can be mailed with payment before the seminar for a discount. You may also pay over the phone in advance (see our contact page for details). Waivers and full payment are also accepted at the door.
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Hal Lehrman, Shihan
The delightful Hal Lehrman, 7th dan Shihan, often comes to our dojo to enhance and oversee our training. The date of our next seminar with Hal is to be announced.
The required aikido seminar practice waiver is available online and can be mailed with payment before the seminar for a discount. You may also pay over the phone in advance (see our contact page for details). Waivers and full payment are also accepted at the door.
FOR ALL SEMINARS
Visiting students looking for recommended hotels near Open Sky can find a number within short driving distance of the dojo.
Driving Directions: Open Sky seminars are convenient to any areas of the Research Triangle of North Carolina, the Raleigh Durham Airport (RDU), and drivers from out-of-state coming in on I-40 and I-85. Please see our contact us page for more details.