About the Practice of Tai Chi
Tai Chi is a slow, soft, continuous stepping sequence that circulates forces (mostly gravitational) through the practitioner to develops bones, muscles, tissues, and neurology thereby optimizing human response. Think: postural medicine.
Tai Chi is about moving optimally. The 108 moves of the 'set' are performed in a variety of postures aligned with gravitational forces to protect the anatomical structures. Therefore, all the benefits of moving are available such as:
Circulation of lymph, blood
In addition, Tai Chi provides:
a Brain Exercise by challenging the memories of the postures and developing neurological connection such as through proprioception
A Meditative component resulting via ie: continuous flow of movement, gaze, slow speed
An aerobic exercise due to the sustained 25-30 minutes required for the completion of the 108 moves of the set
These health benefits are usually noticed within the first two months and can continue to enhance health for a life time!
Open House: Tuesday, January 16th, 2024 @ 7-8pm at our studio location. An opportunity to experience Tai Chi and ask questions for FREE.
Beginner Classes: Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:30pm-8:30pm. First class is Thursday, January 18th, 2024. Try a class for free to see if you like it. Semester fee of $140 non-refundable is due on second class if you'd like to commit to the semester. Semester runs from mid-January until end of April, 2024.
Intermediate Classes: Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:30pm-7:30pm.
Advanced Classes: Ongoing since 1997.