Ask people who have been practicing tai chi or qigong for even a little while what they get out of it and you’ll hear variants on a theme — it feels good, and it gets better and better. Students always tell us that they finish a class or solo practice feeling different than when they started.
Always wondered about Tai Chi, but don’t know where to start? This is a perfect introductory short program that gives individuals a chance to experience the joys and benefits of Tai Chi, without having to commit to a full 2 or 4 month course. “A Taste Of” classes introduce the essential Tai Chi processes of Quiet Standing, Rooting, Pulsing, and Mindful Movement, and are designed to be appropriate for students of all ages and levels of physical ability.
“What got me is that after three days of doing tai chi, though I didn’t know what I was doing and felt totally inadequate, my energy was up. I had the feeling, ‘There’s something going on here; this is doing something for me.’ Now I’ve been doing this awhile and it’s still working. I’m 83. I should be going downhill but I’m not.”
“I like the idea of a longevity formula that is more encompassing than how many miles I walk a day or how many vegetables I eat.”