Tai Chi Yang Style

Learn the fundamentals of the world’s most popular tai chi form, characterized by rounded, fluid movements that help to build mind-body connection. Focus on posture, walking, breathing and qigong exercises, as well as the Yang 24 tai chi form. It is non-impact and builds balance, flexibility, strength and reduces stress

 Assistant teachers Jeannine Robinett

Linda Ebeling

Linda Ebeling is a Master Trainer for Tai Chi for Health Institute, a board member of the Tai Chi for Health Community and CPR certified. Linda is highly regarded by peers and is a skilled instructor. Assistant teacher, Jeannine Robinette is an experienced, certified instructor.

Past participants have shared: The instructor is knowledgeable and patient, class was both fun and relaxing, Tai Chi is slow in movement but I felt it build strength and it helped my knee pain

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AYANG-W1

  Linda Ebeling


  Rosemount Elementary : Cafe
  Mon Feb 5 & Mon Apr 2
6:30 - 7:30 PM
  Rosemount Middle School : Cafe
  Mondays, Feb 12 - Mar 19
6:30 - 7:30 PM

  No Class Feb 19 & Mar 26

Min Age
18 yr.
Price: $ 69 00