Chinatown Tai Chi CenterEnjoy the benefits of Tai Chi by Enrolling now.
Check the Class Schedule for class times and enrollment dates.
Posted By: Sifu Phyllis Calph
On February 27, 2014 at 10:51
Hi, It has been a while since updating the web site. Can I blame the weather? OK. No, probably not. I have decided to think Spring. So aside from starting seedlings inside and beginning my Spring cleaning early, it is my thought that Chinatown Tai Chi Center needs a boost into Spring.
There will be more information soon on this topic. In the meantime, I am challenging all students to make time for 15 minutes of standing (or seated) meditation every day. And also to physically perform one tai chi form, either empty hand or weapon, every day. Then keep a journal or notebook on the experience. I challenge you to do this during the month of March. Friday is March 1, 2014, and it is a great place to begin.
Tai Chi Chuan is an ancient Chinese Martial Art that is well known for its superior health benefits and high level of effectiveness in combat. Tai Chi forms, which are performed in a slow and relaxed manner, calm the mind and release the mental and physical tensions of our modern, stressful lifestyle. Our school is directly descended from the originator of Yang Style Tai Chi through his grandson Yang Cheng-Fu.
Please call Sifu Phyllis Calph at 651-699-2863 with questions. You may also send us mail
If you call in advance, we can answer any questions you may have before you come to your first class. Of course, you can always just show up to watch a class. Everyone is welcome.
I intend to develop myself in a positive manner and avoid anything that would reduce my mental growth or my physical health.
I intend to develop self-discipline and respect in order to bring out the best in myself and others.
I intend to participate in class consistently, practice what I learn constructively and defensively to help myself and others, and never be abusive or offensive.
Bend and be straight,
Empty and be full,
Wear out and be new,
Have little and gain,
Have much and be confused.
Tao Te Ching - Twenty-Two