TO ALL OF OUR STUDENTS: The health and wellness of all the individuals that come to the Tai Chi Center is of paramount importance to us. As such, we will continue to suspend in-person classes at the Center at least through Saturday, April 18.
It is likely that our closing will continue through most of the rest of April, but we remain optimistic. Please check back Sunday, April 19, to see the status for the subsequent week. We have postings on our Facebook page as well as on the School Closings Network. Please email us if you have any questions.
VIRTUAL CLASSES: In order to keep people attached to their Tai Chi community and their practices, we are launching some Zoom classes for our current students. Please check with your instructor for information.
We anticipate offering Zoom classes to the general public. These will be simple Qigong and/or Tai Chi practices to provide an opportunity for people to relax and reduce stress. We hope to get these classes launched soon. Please check back on this page periodically to see what we’re offering.
WORLD TAI CHI DAY: As you all know, World Tai Chi Day is celebrated around the world on the last Saturday of April. Given the current pandemic conditions, Bill Douglas and the World Tai Chi organizers have postponed the World Tai Chi Day celebrations to the last Saturday in May – May 30.
Remember: The research shows that Tai Chi and Qigong help to boost the immune system. Keep up your practices. See our Tai Chi Research page for some great information about Tai Chi and immunity that has been made available by Bill Douglas and the World Tai Chi folks.
Our New Series - “A Taste of…”
In 2020, we are continuing the series we call, “A Taste of…”. These very short sessions – anywhere from one to five classes – give interested individuals the opportunity to explore different programs and styles in Tai Chi and Qigong. Most sessions will not require any previous Tai Chi experience. Are you interested in relaxation strategies? Have you wondered what “silk reeling” is? Are you curious about what “Yang Style” is? What “Qigong” is? Would you like to see what Tai Chi is about but don’t feel ready to commit to a lengthy session? These short sessions will inform you and let you sample the beautiful art of Tai Chi. The “A Taste of…” sessions will vary through the year, so watch our Upcoming New Classes schedule to see what’s planned.
Looking for a new gift idea? How about an Asian Arts gift certificate. These can be purchased for introductory and regular monthly classes, or for a dollar amount. Dollar amounts can be used toward classes, books, dvds and other items in our center's sales corner. For more information call us at (518) 489-1458 or email us at info@AsianArtsGrp.com.
The gift of Tai Chi is a gift that lasts a lifetime.