Tai Chi 

The Art of Flow and Ageless Living 

Englewood – Littleton – Highlands Ranch

Healing

The body talks and meditation helps to unite the body and mind connection. Tai Chi is “medicine in movement”, cultivating internal energy for healing the body as a whole.

Strength

Gain strength and grace and connect to your inner being through the calm and gentle motions that develop Chi (life force).

Breath

Connect inside and out by breathing and oxygenating your whole body from the Core (the sea of Chi), also called the Tan tian, where water and fire meet in harmony.

Flow

Chi energy curves like a river with many winding paths continuously flowing. You need a practice that will remove any blockages to your internal circulation.

Balance

Tai chi has been shown to reduce the risk of falls and boost balance skills, flexibility, and strength.

Vitality

The state of being strong, active, and energetic with the power of giving continuance of life, present  in all living things. 

What makes us different?

Our program focuses on curing the body through nutrition, internal exercise, and meditation – creating a better quality of life.

Through the study of tai chi the art of “Flow and Ageless Living” program, you will learn that your thoughts and the supreme power of the mind is the key to healing. 

You will be introduced to the nine principles that will change your physical health using our stress therapy through the practice of Tai Chi, Chi Gong, and Yoga.

FAQ

What Is Tai Chi?

Tai chi is a Chinese martial art emphasizing on both physical proficiency and meditative mental clarity. Overall is the fountain of youth a way to longevity and rejuvenation.

Does Tai Chi has a Cardio Element?

Healthy body and a strong heart is one of the greatest benefits.  A great way to increase blood flow so you can engage in other forms of physical activity.

 

What Should I Bring?

The best thing to bring to a Tai Chi class is an open mind and the willingness to learn.

What Style of Tai Chi do we Research?

There are many styles of Tai Chi you can choose from, but the most commonly practiced worldwide is the Yang frame.

 

How difficult is it to learn Tai Chi?

TaiChi is very easy to learn, but difficult to master the applications and principles. It takes about 24 to 48 hours to learn the basic movements, depending on your schedule.

What Should I Wear?

Loose comfortable clothing and flat flexible shoes. Cotton is the best type of clothing to wear for every day practice. Because it allows the skin to breathe in absorbs sweat.

How Long Are the Classes?

It depends on your objective and physical conditioning. It is wise to generally build up the length and number of practice session aiming for about 30-60 minutes for most days.

Forms Practiced: 

Yang 13 Routine, 24 Routine and traditional 108. Chen Style 36 short form, and the 48 combined form. Including weapons: Straight sword, Broad sword, Spear, Staff, Fan and Pushing Hands; Stationary, Moving and Free Style.

 

How to Schedule a Group or Private Class 

We have an open schedule for your online/one on one classes, to allow many options to choose from with flexible hours that will meet your needs. 

 

Schedule a time that’s most convenient for you, whether it’s in the morning, afternoon, or evening. Request the day and time that works best.  

 
For private lessons, ​ tell me your preferred availability and we will create a schedule We have three group lessons per week: Tuesday, Thursday evening and Saturday morning for you to participate in. and to experience the philosophy of FLOW.
Online Classes Available. 
Opening Hours

Mon-Fri: 8 AM – 5 PM
Sat-Sun: 8 AM – 2 PM

Phone

(720) 244-3927

Address

4380 S Federal Blvd. Englewood, CO  80110

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