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Tai Chi – Meditation in motion for optimal health, healing and wellness.

Slow, easy-to-learn, fun movements to harmonize one’s body, mind and spirit.

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MEDITATION IN MOTION FOR OPTIMAL WELL-BEING AND GREATER LONGEVITY.

Don’t be fooled by this gentle form of mind-body exercise… it’s loaded with superior benefits including muscle strength, flexibility, and balance.

Anyone can practice Tai Chi, even if you aren't in top shape or the best of health. It can easily be adapted for anyone - from the most fit to people confined to wheelchairs or recovering from an injury.

Want the perfect activity for the rest of your life to reduce stress, improve mood and sleep better? It’s no longer “an apple a day keeps the doctor away;” it’s now “Tai chi a day keeps the doctor away.”

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Mindful movements, deep breathing and body awareness are great for stress reduction, anxiety and a host of other common ailments that rob us from living life to the fullest.

Students learn to cultivate knowledge, personal power and inner harmony.

Tai Chi is the key, the door is in front of you, enter.

TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE AND TAKE BACK YOUR POWER.

Cultivating your energy with Tai Chi allows you to say what you want to say; go where you want to go and be who you want to be with clear intent and a passionate heart.

Tai Chi promotes a smooth flow of energy, improves physical balance and the balance of Ying and Yang.

As students learn how to maintain harmony of their body and mind, they start to see more harmony and happiness in their whole life.

WELL-BEING, BALANCE, AND ENERGY FOR ALL AGES.

Tai Chi creates a peaceful mental space and builds a calm balancing energy. The slow, mindful movements of Tai Chi will leave you feeling energized and more flexible physically and mentally, as well as more positive and confident.

As your body and mind become more balanced, you’ll sleep soundly and peacefully at night while improving your immune function.

With a good night’s sleep every night, you’ll wake up feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day with positivity and joy.

Frequently Asked Questions

A: Although Tai Chi is generally safe, women who are pregnant or people with joint problems, back pain, fractures, severe osteoporosis or a hernia should consult their health care provider before trying Tai Chi. Modification or avoidance of certain postures may be recommended. Also, talk with the instructor before class to discuss your injury and limitations. We always try to offer modifications in class, but this will allow the instructor to plan or assist you during class, should you need it.
A: Your first class is typically the most challenging, regardless of what age or physical shape you are in. Even though the movements are slow and gentle, they're still new to you, your muscles are working, and it may be somewhat tiring. But don't lose heart! Most new students will tell you that they feel energized and have a great feeling of well-being after just one class. Usually by the third class, they are hooked on Tai Chi and attend regularly.
A: There are no set rules for how often to practice. Some students come almost every day while others come one to three times a week. The benefits of Tai Chi can be felt after only one class, so we believe that you will find the right number that works best for your body, schedule, and life.
A: Tai Chi has evolved into a graceful, meditative form of exercise that's now used for stress reduction and a variety of other health conditions. It promotes serenity through gentle, flowing movements performed in a slow, focused manner and accompanied by deep breathing. When performed regularly, you can benefit from decreased stress, anxiety and depression; improved mood and aerobic capacity; increased energy and stamina; greater flexibility, balance and agility; and enhanced muscle strength and definition.
A: Tai Chi is beneficial for men, women and even children. Because it's low impact and puts minimal stress on muscles and joints, it's generally safe for all ages and fitness levels. In fact, because Tai Chi is a low-impact exercise, it may be especially suitable if you're an older adult who otherwise may not exercise. It improves strength, balance, flexibility, and overall health and happiness' and that's priceless for anybody and every body.
A: No. The most common misconception that prevents people from doing Tai Chi is that they think they must be in shape first. Tai Chi is not about how fit and coordinated you are; it's about moving and optimizing your body and mind to develop and increase your strength, balance, flexibility, and overall health and happiness. With time, practice and patience, you will most likely benefit from getting and staying in shape.

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