Frequently Asked Questions

Tai chi and qigong are not like jogging or working out at the gym, they are slow, flowing movements that work the whole body, and you often discover muscles that you may not have noticed before!

It is possible that you will work up a sweat and feel a little sore afterwards, but in any case you will feel that you have done something. However, the feeling of your body is totally different from the feeling after classical sports. You are less "exhausted", more pleasantly tired and - depending on your energy level - slightly activated.

For real athletes, Tai Chi is therefore probably less strenuous, for somewhat untrained "movement muffleurs" it could be a bit exhausting :-)

We are air-conditioned!

Before the course, the room is cooled to a pleasant 21/22 degrees and in high summer, the air conditioning runs on the lowest setting. We do this entirely according to the needs of our course participants and make sure that there is as little draught as possible.

We are easily accessible by public transport!

  • From Wien Westbahnhof: on foot in approx. 10 -12 min.
  • Line U3 Zieglergasse (5-7 min walk)
  • Line U6 Burggasse/Stadthalle (10 min walk)
  • Tram no. 49 (stop Zieglergasse, 3 min walk)
  • Tram no. 5 (stop Westbahnstrasse, 3 min walk)

Yes, we teach in German and English if required!

Cotton trousers and a T-shirt are best, light socks.

For Tai Chi it is best to have good contact with the floor - you don't need shoes!

Our cancellation conditions:

  • Cancellation up to 10 days before the start of the course: refund of the full amount minus 15%.
  • Cancellation up to 24 hours before the start of the course: credit note of 50% of the amount
  • Cancellation within 24 hours before the start of the course: no substitution possible

You are welcome to change to the next higher level course (Part 1 Beginning Courses) and become a regular course participant!

Dates and payment options will be explained in the summer school!