A Foundation in History

It was suggested by Lao Tsu (Father of Taoism), that Tai Chi derives its name from the concept of Yin and Yang, known as the Tai Chi symbol. Yin and Yang are the central concept in traditional Chinese medicine, philosophy, and culture, depicting two complimentary polar opposites that, together, create a dynamic, balanced, integrated and inter-dependent whole (reference The Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi, Peter M. Wayne, PhD, with Mark L. Fuerst).

Tai Chi principles, form, movement, flow and constructs will be taught that requires no previous experience and is appropriate for all ages. This is a very low physical impact art combining meditative movements proper body alignment, breath and instructed intent, that can effectively:

  • Reduces stress and improves sleep
  • Tai chi is a moving meditation that promotes physical, psychological, and spiritual well-being
  • Improves balance and vestibular system functioning
  • Increases sensory awareness and movement
  • Reduces chronic medical conditions related to heart disease, strokes, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and immune diseases.
  • Increases age related cognitive functions

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