In this course you will learn the Chinese arts of Tai Chi Chuan and Qi Gong.


Tai Chi is a system of slow meditative, physical exercise designed for relaxation, balance and health. When performed properly, it is moving tranquility coordinated with your breath. Qi Gong is a type of Chinese breath control and a series of breathing exercises. The intention of Qi Gong is to maintain good health and control the flow of vital energy.  
This is a complete beginner's course in which you will learn a Tai Chi form in the Wudang style. The Wudang style is considered by many to be the oldest style of Tai Chi Chuan. The Wudang Mountains near Hubei, China are considered the birthplace of Tai Chi Chuan.  

In this beginning course you will also learn warm up exercises, qi gong breathing techniques, tai chi postures, the principles of yin and yang... and more!

Join instructor, Vashon Borich-Leach as she teaches you the beautiful arts of Tai Chi & Qi Gong.

Course Curriculum

  • 1


  • 2

    Chapter #1

  • 3

    Chapter #2

    • Warm Up Exercises

    • Silk Reeling Exercise

    • 8 Elements Practice

    • Tai Chi Walking

  • 4

    Chapter #3

    • Basic Elements of Wudang 8 Form (read this first)

    • Wudang 8 Form (Walk Thru with Spoken Moves)

    • Wudang 8 Form (Facing front)

    • Wudang 8 Form (Side Facing)

    • Wudang 8 Form (Back Facing)

    • BONUS: Wudang 8 Form REVERSE (Front Facing)

    • BONUS: Wudang 8 Form REVERSE (Side Facing)

    • BONUS: Wudang 8 Form REVERSE (Back Facing)

  • 5

    Chapter #4

  • 6

    Next steps

    • Congrats! Closing video...

    • More resources for you

About the instructor


Ronald Leach and Vashon Borich-Leach

Sensei Borich-Leach has been studying, competing and assisting students in the martial arts since 1992. She is currently a 5th Dan (5th degree black belt) in both Seiyo No Shorin-Ryu Karate and Kyokushin Karate. She has over 4,000 hours in teaching youth and adult karate classes. From 1999-2009 she built her martial arts background in the Kyokushin-Kai Karate lineage. In 2010 Sensei Borich began working with Kaicho Harold Mead, 10th Dan and Hanshi Ronald Leach, 9th Dan Instructors in Seiyo No Shorin-Ryu Karate & Kobudo Kai. Her continued studies have added additional experience in traditional weapons, jujitsu and advanced martial arts techniques. Sensei Borich enjoys sharing this knowledge back to her students.Ronald Leach, Hanshi relocated from Minnesota to Branson in 2014. Together with Borich-Leach Sensei they offer a variety of different Martial arts classes. Hanshi has studied and mastered many different martial arts styles through almost 40 years of continuous study. He is an expert instructor who is considered a "teacher's teacher." Black belts from many different martial arts styles and schools come to him for advanced training.

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