Do not eat a main course less than a hour before training.
Remember to drink water before training.
Please turn off your cellphone before entering the class.
Tai Chi is meditation. Please turn up at the time arranged, This will also allow you time to relax and change clothes. By showing up on time you also avoid to attract irritation from your fellow student. Should you be late, please change before you enter and slip into the rear row.
Tai Chi is best practised in loose fitting clothes, flat shoes or bare-footed.
Respect your instructor as well as your fellow students.
Tai Chi is not learned by asking questions. Tai Chi is learned by watching and listening - and then carefully focusing on what you've seen and heard.
When the instructor demonstrates a movement and you stand infront of somebody, please move to the side or squat, so others also can watch.
Observe yourself while training. Listen to yourself and your body and have confidence in the progress of your own inner sensation of both postures and principles of movement. Accept that it takes time for your body to become stronger, for your awareness to become keen and for your spirit to open up.
Any dialogue with the instructor takes place after the class.
Remember that you yourself contributes to the good atmosphere in the classes.
Tai Chi Instructor Bjørn Darboe Nissen - Ph. +45 26 717 817 - email