Tai chi is a philo­sophy of seeking bal­ance and har­mony in life

Overview

Tai Chi Chuan is the martial art of maintaining balance. At Embody Tai Chi, we practice several styles of Tai Chi Chuan as well as other Chinese martial arts (Kung Fu) which also incorporate this outlook to training. We offer a recommended curriculum for those new to Tai Chi, while those with some experience may choose the style that interests them. There’s not necessarily one set path for how balance is achieved, so some may wish to start with slow, meditative styles of Tai Chi, and others may prefer more explosive styles, like Xingyi, and gradually work on softness over time.

Benefits

Practicing the forms and conditioning exercises will develop a strong, mobile body as well as reduce markers of stress. While Tai Chi forms look simple, they take quite a lot of coordination to accomplish. The attention required to learn and remember the movements tends to bring a focused, calm mind. Finally, push hands practice can improve one's timing and ability to adapt to different pressures. It can be also a fun, social activity that comes with a great work-out.

Plan

Sierra 2 Center

Tai Chi: Beginners
Sun. 12:30pm–1:30pm

West Sacramento Recreation Center

Tai Chi: Beginners
Mon. 11:45am-12:30pm

Tai Chi Short Form
Fri. 11:00am-12:00pm















Barefoot Yoga Studio (Davis)

Tai Chi: Beginners
Tue. 8:45am–9:45am

Yang Style Tai Chi
Fri. 1pm–2pm
Held at San Marino Park

Experimental College (UC Davis)

Xingyiquan/Baguazhang
Sat. 6–7pm

Push Hands Training

Drills and Free Play Push Hands
Mon. 10–11:30am, Tues/Thur 6-7:30pm

Private Lessons

available upon request

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