Welcome to the Taoist Tai Chi Society®-Austin Meetup Group!
Taoist Tai Chi® internal arts of health incorporate stretching and turning into a sequence of movements that improve the health of body, mind, and spirit. They reduce tension, improve circulation and balance, and increase strength and flexibility.
Over time, these internal arts reach deep inside the body to benefit its entire physiology and restore the calmness and peace of mind often lost through the excessive desires and anxieties of daily life.
What are the Taoist Tai Chi® movements?
The physical part of Taoist Tai Chi® internal arts of health consists of the basic principles, known as the basic exercises and movements that set of 108 forms.
Wow, 108 moves sounds like a lot, doesn't it? Not really. We don't ask our students to memorize these forms. Just practice them, and before you know it, these forms are part of your muscle memory.
New participants will normally sign up for a New Beginner Class, where they will be gradually introduced to the 108 movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® set over a period of 3 to 4 months.
We offer daytime, evening & weekend Beginner classes at our Cedar Park Center and on Tuesday afternoons at the Georgetown Library. Classes meet weekly. Check our web page for start dates and times of new beginner classes.
We also offer introductory tai chi classes at our Cedar Park location on Tuesday mornings and on Friday mornings at the Baca Senior Center in Round Rock.
Try the first class FREE! You can start anytime but drop in the first few weeks of a new beginner class to learn the first few moves of the set. We look forward to seeing you soon!
The Taoist Tai Chi Society of the USA is a non-profit organization. For information about participant fees, talk to one of the instructors at your free introductory class, call 512-339-9004 or email us at email@example.com.