Tai chi and qigong are truly unique and valuable gifts that have been handed down to us from Chinese monasteries, sages, and prominent families. These are amazing exercises that can extend your quality of life and wellbeing. We try to adjust our teaching styles to fit the learning styles and needs of our students. MORE ABOUT US...
I am starting a new class on January 9th 2019. This class is intended to introduce new students to tai chi and qigong. We will also begin to learn the first section of the 108 Yang Style Long Form. The ...READ MORE
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Hui Gong for the Heart
Qigong means “qi” cultivation;  “qi” is life force energy. Hui Gong for the Heart is a Taoist style qigong practice, part of Wisdom Qigong which has been handed down for over 2,000 years.  This form focuses on bringing the heart-mind ...READ MORE
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The Eight Treasures is one of the oldest qigong forms, originating in early 12th century China.  It was developed to help monks and nuns keep their joints flexible.  Joints and tendons are interdependent; you can’t have flexible joints without  tendon ...READ MORE
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Beginners Tai Chi

Wednesdays 5:30 – 6:30 PM

New Class Starts Jan 9th, 2019
$10 per class, first class free

Advanced Tai Chi, San Shou

Saturdays 8:00 – 9:30 AM

The cost is $10 per class

If you are interested in attending one of our classes please contact Dave Pankey to learn more about the class and to see if Tai Chi is a good fit for you.
The QUIET HEART is content and satisfied with what the universe has to offer.
The QUIET MIND is free from white noise distractions and allows energy and intuition to flow freely.
The QUIET TIGER is in harmony with the universe, powerful yet humble.

Tai Chi chuan is a process that cultivates the body-mind-spirit relationship, allows you to experience a glimpse into the moment and produce a unique kind of strength out of softness.