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Moving Meditation

Our Tai Chi class has been described as a moving meditation. The class teaches mindfulness and attention to the breath leading to a decrease in stress and better health. The slow movements of T’ai Chi promote strength, flexibility and balance. You are invited to take the practice of T’ai Chi and meditation into your home and life, often leading to unexpected benefits that can last a lifetime. Students of T’ai Chi and meditation develop a life long practice.

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Research shows ancient tradition claims are validated. T’ai Chi has been shown to lower blood pressure more than other forms of exercise. Harvard Health says that T’ai Chi can help maintain strength, flexibility, and balance leading to fall prevention in later life. The National Institutes of Health documents many health benefits of practicing T’ai Chi.

Practically, students in our classes report feeling more grounded and calm in their everyday lives with reduced stress. Students feel stronger, and more able to move with grace.

Our classes teach the Yang style of T’ai Chi, a fluid, gracefully style that focuses on the breath leading the body. Once a certain level of proficiency is attained, the practice becomes a moving meditation.



As a lifetime student and instructor, Sifu Ryan Scott has seen the same transformation in the lives of his students as he has experienced in his own life. His passion for practice is surpassed only by his love for teaching martial arts. From young children to full-grown adults, his teachings of Kung Fu and Tai Chi have given many individuals the opportunity to become better martial artists, spiritual seekers, and just better people.

Working hours

Monday – Friday:
09:00 am – 8:00 pm

09:00 am – 1:30 pm

Sunday Closed