Tai Chi Chaun’s movements brings about mental calm and clarity. By practicing Tai Chi, it relieving the physical effects of stress on the body and mind. Researchers have found that Tai Chi Chaun practice shows some favorable effects on the promotion of balance control, flexibility and, cardiovascular fitness. Regular practice of Tai Chi can significantly increase psychological well-being including reduction of stress, anxiety, and depression.
Tai Chi Classes
Note: No class on Wednesday night 12/2 at 5:30 pm (2D Sport and Fitness). Lowell
Tuesday – I teach the 16 – form class at the Thrive at 9:00 am (1950 S Valley Parkway, Lewisville).
I teach a private 24/49-form class on Tuesday at 2:00 pm.
Wednesday – I teach the 24 – form class at the Thrive at 9:00 am (1950 S Valley Parkway, Lewisville).
I teach a 16-form class at the The Robert & Lee DuVall Center (948B Highland Village Rd, Highland Village) on Wednesday morning at 10:30 am.
I am also teaching a virtual Tai Chi Class at the Allen Senior Center on Wednesday afternoon.
I teach a 16 and 108-form class on Wednesday 5:30 pm am at the 2D Sports and Fitness (1219 Brumlow Road, Southlake). We will be meeting at Studio D which located on the back right corner of the Gymnasium facility.
Thursday – I teach the 16 – form class at the Thrive at 9:00 am (1950 S Valley Parkway, Lewisville).
Saturday – I teach a 16 and 108 – form class on Saturday at 7:45 am at the 2D Sports and Fitness (1219 Brumlow Road, Southlake). We will be meeting at Studio D which located on the back right corner of the Gymnasium facility.
Keep practicing Tai Chi.
Tai Chi Virtual Class
Grand Master Yang Jun – Yang Family Tai Chi Senior Form – Live Stream
Dates: November 14 to December 14, 2020
Days of the week: Every Saturday, Sunday and Monday between Nov. 14 and Dec. 14
Number of Classes: 15
Time of Class: 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time
Price: $270 USD for members; $300 USD for non-members
Master Yang Jun was invited by the China Seniors Sports Association to create a short but challenging form for participants in seniors events and competitions such as the Asia-Pacific Masters Games. Learn the26 movement form directly from Master Yang Jun in this seminar.
To learn more about Tai Chi: Go to: https://yangfamilytaichi.com/ – Click on “Learn Tai Chi” – Scroll down to “Study Material”. Here you will find an explanation for various movements in the form.
You can also find the 24-form, 49-form and 108-form by using www.youtube.com and looking at the Yang Style Tai Chi information
For more information on Yang Style Tai Chi visit: www.yangfamilytaichi.com/