Relieves Stress and Creates Peacefulness

The demands of living are stressful for adults of all ages. the breathing, movement, and concentration…

Increase Energy and help stay focused

Regular Tai chi practice has been shown to improve the ability to stay focused on particular tasks and…

Develops Strength and Endurance

tai chi is a potent intervention that improved balance, upper- and lower-body muscular strength and endurance...

Improves Balance, Grace and Health

Practice T’ai Chi to gain calm, stability and strength. Work with slow, careful movements while sinking your roots deep...

The Art of Moving Meditation

Tai Chi is an art. One who practices Tai Chi is actually directing the movement of the internal, invisible energy of Chi throughout the entire body. The swimming, weaving motions of Tai Chi soothe tired, over-stimulated nerves and loosen tense muscles. Tai Chi has the therapeutic effect of slowing down the mind and refreshing the body. Tai Chi is used by the Chinese to treat conditions of stress, depression, mental strain, listlessness, chronic indigestion, insomnia, arthritis, rheumatism, obesity, and sciatica.

Chi is subtle vitality. It animates all the processes of the body and stimulates the creativity of the mind. It is the invisible, protective and defensive energy of the body and is diffused throughout the body, where it warms the flesh, regulates the pores, maintains the complexion, and protects bones and joints.

Class Schedule:

Mondays - Joe Farmers Rec Center
6:30-7:30 pm  64 Move Form
7:40-8:40 pm  64 Move Form

Tuesdays - Joe Farmers Rec Center
6:30-7:30 pm  Intro to Tai Chi
7:40-8:40 pm 24 Move Form & Review

Wednesdays - Joe Farmers Rec Center
6:30-7:30 pm Intro to Tai Chi
7:15-8:15 pm Plum Blossom Fan & Review

Thursdays - Allen Natatorium
10:15-11:10 am Intro to Tai Chi
11:15-12:15 pm 64 Move Form

Saturdays - Creekwood United Church
270 Country Club Rd. & Stacey Rd.
8:15- 10:00 am Informal Practice