• Subject : Health & Well Being
  • No. of Sessions : 20 (1 Cycle)
  • Time Schedule : 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Dates : 23 April 2012 | 28 April 2012 | 30 April 2012 | 05 May 2012 | 07 May 2012 | 12 May 2012 | 14 May 2012 | 19 May 2012 | 21 May 2012 | 26 May 2012 | 28 May 2012 | 02 June 2012 | 04 June 2012 | 09 June 2012 | 11 June 2012 | 16 June 2012 | 18 June 2012 | 25 June 2012 | 28 June 2012 | 30 June 2012

  • Fee : AED 450.00 (1 Cycle)
  • Audience : Seniors (15+)
  • Speaker/Instructor : Anmarie Visser
  • Venue : ARTSAWA | ALQUOZ
  • Description:

    Tai Chi is the most practiced martial art form in the world and it is well known for its many great health benefits. The Chinese kept it a secret for many centuries and it was passed down only to selected students.

    Relaxation is the basis of Tai Chi, leading to naturalness and harmony in life.

    The initial exercises of Tai Chi were carefully designed and refined over hundreds of years to counter the effects of aging and create a surplus of energy in the body ensuring physical and psychological health. This creates a harmonious balance of yin and yang in the organs.

    People of all ages and degrees of health are equally able to practice Tai Chi. It only requires an attitude of genuine enquiry, patience, perseverance and an openness to practice. Tai Chi requires no large space, no special uniform or equipment. It can be done indoors or outdoors and it is suitable for everyone regardless of their age or physical ability. Tai Chi should be thought of as a lifetime practice.


    Tai Chi is great exercise for:

    physical, mental and emotional balance

    strengthening the core muscle groups

    stress relief


    high blood pressure



    overall health and wellbeing

    Anmarie Visser Passionnate for Tai Chi since her first travel to Hong Kong in 2002 when the philosophy of longevity and good health of the Chinese people, together with their techniques and practices of enhancing good, Chi: (life force), inspired her.Anmarie  further given her full time to intensive training in Yang Style Tai Chi and Qi-Gong with 4 qualified native Chinese Masters (Master Tang En Xi, Master Zhou Da Zhu, Master Huang and Master Yang) for 5 hours a day, 6 days a week, between the beautiful mountains, along the Yu Long river in the Yangshuo valley, through the bitter cold of winter, the rain and the hot summer sun. 

    During the 10th Annual International Wushu Competition in Hong Kong in February 2012,  she  was awarded a medal in 42 Tai Chi Chuan and 42 sword form with an accredited level 4 Duan certified by the Chinese Wushu Association.