Tai Chi

Tai chi is practiced for relaxation, centering, and increasing internal power. Adults of all ages and levels of fitness can benefit from this calming, meditative martial art. Through practice of the tai chi form, students develop internal energy while strengthening muscles and joints. Many find tai chi helpful for healing and connecting body and spirit. Tai chi focuses on the breath and is essentially a form of meditation, or what has been called “meditation in motion.”

The yang style is the most common traditional style of tai chi practiced today; the yang style emphasizes the health benefits of tai chi and makes the art accessible. It is especially good for developing relaxed strength and balance. CAE teaches the yang short form of tai chi and the yang sword form.

What does this course cost?

CAE offers this course on a sliding scale (based on income). Survivors of relationship/domestic violence, sexual assault, or childhood abuse can receive one month of tai chi for free.

The course can be anywhere from $20/month to $75/month at the highest. To determine your particular fee you can call our office at 718-788-1775 between 10 AM and 6 PM.

Who is this course for?

This course is open to all women, transgender and gender non-conforming people. Students are diverse in age, body type, background and ability. Free childcare is available to all students.

The best way to know if this course is right for you is to see it for yourself. Call to learn more, register or schedule a time to view a class.

When does Tai Chi meet?

Tai chi meets once a week:
Thursdays, 6:30 PM – 7:30PM

As students continue to train, an intermediate/advanced level class becomes available for no extra charge.

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