In this time of the Coronavirus, we hope you are managing and staying healthy. Our studio classes have of course needed to stop. But, as far as on-line instruction and practice, we’re offering a way to practice t’ai chi and Qi gong on line.

QiGong Tuesday 9am - 9:30

QiGong/ intermediate t'aichi
Thursday 11 am - 11:30 followed by intermediate t'aichi 11:30 - 12 (you can study Qigong without taking t'aichi)

QiGong/ beginning t'ai chi NEW
Friday 10 am - 10:30 followed by beginning t'ai chi 10:30 - 11 (Qigong can be taken on its own See above)
Registration for beginning t'ai chi closes on November 1, 2020

Private classes available to enable late joining of any class

payment $15 for 1/2 hour Qigong
$25 for the combo Qigong/t'aichi class.
$10 for your first class

But don’t let your finances stop you from practicing with us. sliding scale is available if you’re struggling to make ends meet. Qi gong can be a very useful”tool” to help with centering, de-stressing...

finally, we ask that you pre-register for class by contacting the instructor.You will then be given the ZOOM link

And don’t hesitate to contact the the instructor for any other information you may need! We look forward to meeting you!


What: Qi Gong and t’ai chi are two very old Chinese programs of postures
and movement that are now practiced by millions of people around the world.
These gentle exercises promote better balance, coordination, and bone and joint health.
T’ai Chi has also been called meditation in motion and may be the best mind-body
integrator on the planet!

If you're re just beginning, contact instructor to sign up for a class.

See Schedule for full details



1st class is $10

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