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Beginner Class



7:00 pm -- 8:30 pm

Central Congregational Church
5600 Royal Ln
Dallas, TX

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Check the calendar often for class changes due to holidays, etc.

* Wear comfortable clothes and shoes you can twist and turn in without leaving your feet.

* We do both standing and sitting tai chi. 

The best place to start is at the beginning! So new 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 approximately four month semesters.

Beginner classes focus on moving and following. We don't worry about memorizing the moves, that comes with practice and repetition. Health and well-being are our goals in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.

These classes are once or twice per week and will total 1 or 1.5 hours per week. Most locations offer a variety of class times so that there are opportunities for people to be able to fit a class into their personal schedule.

In addition to your own beginner class, you are welcome to join other beginner classes for extra practice. As a Taoist Tai Chi Society® member, you can attend as many classes as often as you wish anywhere in the world!

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.

Want to learn more about Beginner Taoist Tai Chi? Follow this link for more information: Beginner Introduction

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