Originating in China, there are 5 main styles of Tai Chi and are named for their founders; Yang, Sun, Chen, Wu & Wu Hao. In our classes we concentrate on the Sun & Yang systems, utilizing the shorter, more concise forms from those systems. Tai Chi is well suited for people of all ages & abilities. All of the forms can be practiced either standing or seated. It is a perfect exercise whether you are in good health, recovering from an injury or illness, or are facing chronic health challenges.
Pronounced "chee", Qi is usually translated to mean life force or vital energy. A complement to Tai Chi practice, the gentle, rhythmic movements reduce stress, build stamina, increase vitality, and enhance the immune system. It has been found to improve cardiovascular, respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic & digestive functions.
An active Martial Artist since 1997, I was introduced to Tai Chi in 2009. Immediately I fell in love with the art form & its slow, meditative & fluid movements. - Cheryl Rowland
Certified Instructor Tai Chi For Arthritis - Tai Chi For Health
Certified Instructor Tai Chi For Fall Prevention - Tai Chi For Health
Certified Instructor Seated Tai Chi - Tai Chi For Health
Certified Instructor Tai Chi For Rehabilitation - Tai Chi For Health
Certified Instructor Level I 24 Postures QiGong - The Village of Healing & Wellness
Certified Instructor QiGong Foundation Practices - Long White Cloud QiGong
Certified Instructor Easy Tai Chi - Easy Tai Chi Productions
Certified Instructor 4 Minute Fitness (QiGong) - Easy Tai Chi Productions
Professional Member American Tai Chi and QiGong Association