Tai Chi classes and training for New York and Long Island

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Slow motion of Tai Chi Chuan—William C. C. Chen

June 12, 2018 Tai Chi Chuan, literally meaning “Grand Ultimate Fist,” is one of the most sophisticated Chinese fighting arts. It is a masterpiece of neurophysiology as the brain connects with the fighting devices of the fingers and the toes for punches and kicks. The desire force of Yi毅(力) in the brain amplifies the energy

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An evidence map of the effect of Tai Chi on health outcomes

National Institutes of Health / July 27, 2016 Tai Chi, also known as T’ai chi ch’uan or Taijiquan, developed as an ancient Chinese martial art and is today widely practiced for its health benefits. Many forms of Tai Chi exist, but in western culture, it is most commonly taught as a series of slow, gentle,

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Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan—William C.C. Chen

The Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan Form is unlike other forms. It is a series of slow, continuous and even flowing movements that can be practiced by people of all ages. Imagine how happy you would feel if each new day brought you plenty of energy for all of life’s duties and responsibilities. Do you

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Tai Chi and Heart Disease—Roni Caryn Rabin, NY Times

Although the number of Tai Chi trials is limited, several have shown that Tai Chi Chuan can reduce certain cardiovascular risk factors, including reducing levels of total cholesterol and triglycerides, increasing levels of “good” HDL cholesterol and slowing heart rate. There is also quite a bit of evidence to suggest the practice can improve blood

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A Downside to Tai Chi? None That I See—Jane E. Brody, NY Times

The graceful, dancelike progression of meditative poses called “Tai Chi Chuan” originated in ancient China as a martial art, but the exercise is best known in modern times as a route to reduced stress and enhanced health. After reviewing existing scientific evidence for its potential health benefits, I’ve concluded that the proper question to ask

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Studio Class Details

We have a comfortable location with free, easy parking. Our students are friendly and we promote a collegial atmosphere.

Location

Northwell Center for Wellness and Integrative Medicine
1500 Old Northern Blvd, 2nd floor
Roslyn, NY 11576

Individual and organizational Tai Chi Chuan are available now, arranged for your customized schedule.

Class Schedule

We meet Sundays 6pm – 7pm (arrive 10-15 minutes early for signup).

Location is above “Besito” restaurant.

Investment

Initial trial class cost is $20.

Remaining classes are an investment of $20 per class, offered in 8-class sessions.

Prepare to expand yourself!