Tai Ji improves balance, flexibility, mental clarity, and pain management.
It is enjoyable, relaxing, engaging, healthy, and fun.
Long-term Tai Ji Players become more effective, higher functioning, and
Regular Tai Ji practice creates a routine that encourages healthy habits.
Jonathan Purcell has been a student of Chinese language, culture, history, and martial arts for 30 years.
Private and Group Classes for:
Faith-Based Communities, and
Standing meditation to develop alignment, balance, and composure.
JI BEN GONG
Basic Exercises to open the joints, increase range of motion, and improve flexibility.
Tai Ji movement components, isolated to emphasize precise timing, coordination, and weight shift.
TAI JI FORMS
Movements combined into single and two person forms.
History and Philosophy of Tai Ji and its relationship to the broader Chinese cultural background.