Congratulations, on taking the first step of your Tai Chi journey on the path to better health and well-being! Enjoy learning Tai Chi from the comfort of home now that classes are available on Zoom. Find out below which beginning class is best for you...
Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention combines the gentle, slow movements of Sun Style Tai Chi to strengthen muscles and bones, improve coordination and balance, and sharpen mental focus. Each class begins with stress-reducing Qigong and a series of full body warm-ups before proceeding to the low-impact Tai Chi form instruction.
In the first half of this form (movements 1-20), core and extension movements are linked together in a continuous flow to provide the foundation for more challenging movements in the second half (movements 21-41). It is suitable for anyone who can stand and walk without assistance for approximately 30 minutes.
Designed by Dr. Paul Lam, Director of the Tai Chi for Health Institute, a team of medical experts and Tai Chi masters, this program is safe, easy to learn, and effective. This course was developed in collaboration with the Arthritis Foundation and has been shown in medical studies to relieve pain, reduce falls and improve the quality of life for participants.
TaijiFit is a mind/body exercise that combines the best of traditional Taiji (Tai Chi) with modern Western fitness. It is a workout appropriate for any age or fitness level and has you experiencing the FLOW of Taiji whether it’s your first class or 100th. Christine offers both seated and standing TaijiFit classes.
There are no routines to learn or forms to remember. Instead, class members follow Christine in a method known as “Qi Cueing” designed by Taiji Master David-Dorian Ross to bring your muscular, cardiovascular, and nervous systems into perfect synergy along with your mind and spirit.
TaijiFit is more than just an exercise, it is moving meditation. Enjoy this energizing low-impact workout with a smile while improving your health and well-being.