• Introduction to the 108 movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® set.

    Billings Community Center

    Participants will normally sign up for a Beginner Class, where they will be introduced to the 108 movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® set. In addition to your own beginner class, you are welcome to join other beginner classes for extra practice. It generally takes 3 or 4 months to be introduced to the 108 movements of the Tai Chi set, after which, participants join a Continuing Class. There is no pressure to master the movements in three months! At the beginning, the main goal is to start to gently exercise and to relax. We try to keep the atmosphere light and enjoyable, so you can feel comfortable progressing at your own pace. More information can be found at http://www.taoist.org/usa/beginner-introduction/

  • Beginning Taoist Tai Chi Class

    Adult Resource Alliance of Yellowstone County

  • Introduction to the 108 movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® set.

    Casa Village Community Center

    Participants will normally sign up for a Beginner Class, where they will be introduced to the 108 movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® set. In addition to your own beginner class, you are welcome to join other beginner classes for extra practice. It generally takes 3 or 4 months to be introduced to the 108 movements of the Tai Chi set, after which, participants join a Continuing Class. There is no pressure to master the movements in three months! At the beginning, the main goal is to start to gently exercise and to relax. We try to keep the atmosphere light and enjoyable, so you can feel comfortable progressing at your own pace. More information can be found at http://www.taoist.org/usa/beginner-introduction/

  • Introduction to Taoist Tai Chi Thursday Noon @ Library

    Parmly Billings Library

    You are invited to attend our lunch hour class on Thursday noon at the Library. The class start and end times are flexible to allow you to attend during your lunch break. The instructor will be there from 11:30 - 1:30 but the class is expected to begin at 11:45 or 12:00 depending on attendee's schedules. If you can make it for at least half an hour you will not fall behind. There will be a tea break so you can eat your lunch. If you are curious about the class, attend any time. We are tax deductible donation based. We don't expect a commitment at your first class. We are normally located in the community room at the South entrance. But when others are using the room, look for us in the open spaces to the East of the main desk (by the East windows)

  • Tai Chi in the Park or Garfield Community Center

    Garfield Community Resource Center

    A beginning introduction to the 108 movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® set. It is after Labor Day and we are back indoors at Garfield until Spring. During nice weather we meet at Pioneer Park between the tennis courts but revert to Garfield if raining or the ground is wet at 9am. In addition to your own beginner class, you are welcome to join other beginner classes for extra practice. It generally takes 3 or 4 months to be introduced to the 108 movements of the Tai Chi set. But we recommend making this a life long practice. There is no pressure to master the movements in three months! At the beginning, the main goal is to start to gently exercise and to relax. We try to keep the atmosphere light and enjoyable, so you can feel comfortable progressing at your own pace. More information can be found at http://www.taoist.org/usa/beginner-introduction/ We offer free classes in exchange for your tax deductible donation.

  • Introduction to the 108 movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® set.

    Billings Community Center

    Participants will normally sign up for a Beginner Class, where they will be introduced to the 108 movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® set. In addition to your own beginner class, you are welcome to join other beginner classes for extra practice. It generally takes 3 or 4 months to be introduced to the 108 movements of the Tai Chi set, after which, participants join a Continuing Class. There is no pressure to master the movements in three months! At the beginning, the main goal is to start to gently exercise and to relax. We try to keep the atmosphere light and enjoyable, so you can feel comfortable progressing at your own pace. More information can be found at http://www.taoist.org/usa/beginner-introduction/

  • Beginning Taoist Tai Chi Class

    Adult Resource Alliance of Yellowstone County

  • Introduction to the 108 movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® set.

    Casa Village Community Center

    Participants will normally sign up for a Beginner Class, where they will be introduced to the 108 movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® set. In addition to your own beginner class, you are welcome to join other beginner classes for extra practice. It generally takes 3 or 4 months to be introduced to the 108 movements of the Tai Chi set, after which, participants join a Continuing Class. There is no pressure to master the movements in three months! At the beginning, the main goal is to start to gently exercise and to relax. We try to keep the atmosphere light and enjoyable, so you can feel comfortable progressing at your own pace. More information can be found at http://www.taoist.org/usa/beginner-introduction/

  • Introduction to Taoist Tai Chi Thursday Noon @ Library

    Parmly Billings Library

    You are invited to attend our lunch hour class on Thursday noon at the Library. The class start and end times are flexible to allow you to attend during your lunch break. The instructor will be there from 11:30 - 1:30 but the class is expected to begin at 11:45 or 12:00 depending on attendee's schedules. If you can make it for at least half an hour you will not fall behind. There will be a tea break so you can eat your lunch. If you are curious about the class, attend any time. We are tax deductible donation based. We don't expect a commitment at your first class. We are normally located in the community room at the South entrance. But when others are using the room, look for us in the open spaces to the East of the main desk (by the East windows)

  • Tai Chi in the Park or Garfield Community Center

    Garfield Community Resource Center

    A beginning introduction to the 108 movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® set. It is after Labor Day and we are back indoors at Garfield until Spring. During nice weather we meet at Pioneer Park between the tennis courts but revert to Garfield if raining or the ground is wet at 9am. In addition to your own beginner class, you are welcome to join other beginner classes for extra practice. It generally takes 3 or 4 months to be introduced to the 108 movements of the Tai Chi set. But we recommend making this a life long practice. There is no pressure to master the movements in three months! At the beginning, the main goal is to start to gently exercise and to relax. We try to keep the atmosphere light and enjoyable, so you can feel comfortable progressing at your own pace. More information can be found at http://www.taoist.org/usa/beginner-introduction/ We offer free classes in exchange for your tax deductible donation.