Contact us about classes in:

Bedminster, NJ

Clifton, NJ

Montclair, NJ

THIRD TTM-1 CAMP COMING SOON:
OCTOBER 6-8, Maron Hotel, Danbury, Connecticut

"Teacher Training Methods" camp is an opportunity to improve your tai chi in the company of some of our most respected teachers and practitioners. It can also lead to a TTM-1 Trainer certificate, which can give you an extra credential to teach in schools, universities, community centers, retirement communities, etc.

You can specialize in the first section of the Traditional Long Form; the 10-Movement Tai Chi Kung Form; or the 16-Movement Form. Below is a video of Song Bin performing the 10-Movement Form, which was debuted in 2014 at the international symposium as a form that clearly demonstrates and defines tai chi principles.

The seminar will focus on the 10-Movement Form and will be taught by our highly respected Center Director and Teacher Han Wang, from Michigan.

Push hands, basic level for all students, will be taught by Han Wang.

Push hands, intermediate/advanced, intended mainly for students preparing for Levels 4 and 5 ranking exams, will be taught by Audi Peal.

Costs and all details are outlined on the attached documents. The programs will be held at Maron Hotel (right next to Western Connecticut State University) and special room rates will be offered to those attending the seminar. I myself will be going, mainly for the advanced push hands training. Of course let me know if you have any questions. I've been to many of these seminars.

If you are interested please contact TTM Info and all the necessary documents will be emailed to you.

AT THE FIRST TTM-1 TEACHER TRAINING METHODS CAMP

Above: Faculty, staff, and participants at first TTM-1 camp. Tai Chi Academy of Northern New Jersey was well represented: Center Director Holly Sweeney-Hillman is fourth from right in second row; Ken Burgess is 6th from left in third row, Judith Rew is fifth from left in first (seated) row, and Nancy Thoman is 13th from end in last row.

Left: Pauline, Judith (Associate Instructor, Tai Chi Academy of Northern New Jersey), Montclair students Keith and Michelle, and Center Director Mari Lewis, Director, IYFTCC North American Teacher Academy Training Division

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ALSO THIS PAST WINTER:

Montclair Students and Teachers Honored:
Peg Lavake Receives Lifetime Award; Judith Rew and Nancy Thoman Achieve Level 4 Ranking

Affiliate Instructors Judith Rew and Nancy Thoman stopped by Holly Sweeney-Hillman's new Balance & Flow location along with long time Montclair tai chi participant, Peg LaVake.

Holly presented Judith and Nancy with their medals for successful completion of their Level 4 Ranking tests in November 2016. Peggy Lavake was honored for her 20 years of participation in classes with Holly and ongoing involvement in the planning and teaching of classes In Montclair. Peg has contributed so much over the years to the Tai Chi Academy of Northern New Jersey with her humility, great sense of humor, gentleness and devotion to the art of tai chi.

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Congratulations to Center Director, Holly Sweeney-Hillman who was accepted into the Yang Family as a disciple of 5th generation Grandmaster Yang Jun on August 5, 2015 in Taiyuan, China.

 

 

 


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TESTIMONIALS

FACULTY:

Holly Sweeney-Hillman, Director
Bedminster Area
& Stillwater

Ken Burgess
Clifton Area
& Bloomfield

Judith Rew
Montclair Area
& Summit

JoAnne Sellars
Seniors and Rainbow Fan

Nancy Thoman
New York City

GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABE!
Email
jrew7@comcast.net
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