Come back to the centered, balance place of your spirit. 
The practice of taiji will bring you home.

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This new 6-week series of taiji (tai chi) begins in November thanks to the folks @ OSU Integrative Medicine!

If you are looking for Taiji For Balance, it is offered there as well!

Mondays In-Person
$75 or $12.50/class
Due to the Delta variant, this in-person class is limited to 12 people. If the variant numbers begin to rise, the safety of students will be taken into consideration and this may become a virtual class.

This form is the first I ever learned and I love it because of its challenge. There is strength, resiliency, liveliness, power, and deep peace. This is a moving meditation.



This is also a 6-week course (due to the holiday season) and begins in November!

Wednesdays Zoom
$75 or $12.50/class

Virtual Class Via Zoom 

When you register for the class, you'll receive an email with your Zoom link information to attend. It's important to have a working camera and audio for community and communication!

Prior taiji knowledge is not needed. 

It's a great section for practicing balance, strength, and letting go of ego!



Virtual or In-Person classes aren't working for you right now?

You can easily join our online membership where you can learn taiji and other forms in great detail on your own time.

Try it for 30 days free and see if it's for you!

Begin your practice of Taiji, Qigong, Meditation, Taoist Philosophy and take it wherever you go! This ONLINE membership offers hundreds of lessons in Body Mechanics, Movements, Philosophy, and Meditation accessible in a month-to-month membership. And the first month is free to simply check it out.


Stress, Taiji And Balance

Stress and anxiety fragments life. As much as we think a body can handle a schedule that runs from one moment to the next, it can't.

When we're stressed here's how the body reacts: increased heart rate, high blood pressure, increased blood glucose, and increased cholesterol in the blood. 

Over time, these symptoms become the leading health issues humans face: hypertension, cardiac issues, stroke, diabetes, and fall-related injuries.

They aren't the top killers: stress and anxiety are.

That is not a life in balance.



A Call To Being

Begin taiji in your time. We have online courses in taiji that go deep into the practice with no pressure. Learn more here.

Taiji and Balance

Taiji For Balance brings us back to being whole. 

Taiji is known to prevent falls that can cause tremendous life changes. It does this by moving in ways that challenge balance, posture and coordination. These techniques reconnect neuropathways from the brain to the body much more effectively than other forms of movement.

But this form goes much deeper by honoring how emotional and mental stress contribute to the overall imbalance that leads to illness and disease. 

Meditations are threaded through Taiji for Balance to train lowering your heart rate and blood pressure, and to take the felt sense of the practice with you to help in real life situations.

I also dive into the rich philosophy that guides us back to being calm, centered adults -  but in an age where immediacy is king. Yes, it's possible.  


Taiji Brings Us Back 

Taiji is not just a series of movements. It is a lifestyle that not only strengthens the body, but the mind and heart.

It is an ancient art that doesn't shy away from the fact that we need balance in all areas of our lives: mental, emotional and physical.

Taiji For Balance highlights these practices which highlight the true health benefits to those who practice it. 

More about Yin and Yang.

 Taiji or Yin/yang divides the world into balanced opposites: Up/down, hot/cold, in/out, male/female, good/bad. The reason it does this is so we can get our minds around "all that is." Because that's a lot to understand all at once!

The beauty of this theory of life is that these opposites need each other or they wouldn't exist. How could we only have hot? We wouldn't know hot, unless we had something else to experience to help define "hot."

Here's the other beauty of this theory: the symbol of these balanced opposites (black/white) are always in fluctuation. We don't live in the extremes.

If you look at the image you'll notice a couple of things:
1. The black and white sections are in constant flow and movement. So nothing is statically bad or good, right or wrong.
2. The black and white sections contain a circle of their opposite within them. So nothing is ever fully good or bad, right or wrong. (Even though we'd like to sometimes think that.)

There is deep, wonderful wisdom in this simple image. And there are deep, wonderful lessons to unfold and observe in our own lives.

The practice of taiji exposes those lessons. And in my experience, has helped build equanimity, resilience and deep, deep peace.


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Qigong is similar to Taiji, just less physically challenging to learn and more focused on energy work, which is the translation for qigong

Qi is energy. Gong is work.



If you want the movements of Qigong and Taiji, along with the body mechanics, theory, meditative practices and how it all relates easily to our time, try my workshops. 

You'll get a comprehensive foundation to a lifelong practice.



Begin your practice of Taiji and take it whereever you go! This ONLINE course is over 60 lessons in Body Mechanics, Movements, Philosophy, Meditation and Presentations accessible for a lifetime.



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