Schedule

Public Lessons:

  • In Person Class: YWCA/Cambridge – 7 Temple Street
  • In Person Class: GBCCA/Newton – 437 Cherry Street
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdaySunday
11:00am-12:00pmYang Style Tai Chi Beginner (GBCCA)
7pm-8pmWeapon – Iron Door Latch
(YWCA)
Yang Style Tai Chi
( YWCA)
7:30pm-8:30pmYang Style Tai Chi
(Online)
Yang StyleTai Chi
( Online)
8pm-9pmCheng Style Ba Gua 64 Palms ( YWCA) Xin Yi Dao
Currently: Che Style Xing Yi ( YWCA)

Private Lessons:

For Health Related Private Lessons:

Yang Style Tai Chi, Wu Style Tai Chi, Cheng Style Ba Gua Walking

For Martial Arts Private Lessons

We offer Tan Tui ( Foundations), Gong Li & Ba ji( Power Training), Xing Yi( Steps), Five Element Tong Bei ( Long Distance attack), Cheng Style Ba Gua ( Hands & Steps Switches), Chen Style Tai Chi ( New Frame), Dagger, Saber, Sword, Short Staff ( Whipping Rod), Long Staff and Spear forms.

( Private Lessons are booked online through my calendar )

Classes information for PUBLIC LESSONS:

QI GONG WARM UPS

(Qi Kung is a Chinese exercise combined with breathing, stretches and movement, We perform them as a warm up exercise before each Tai Chi class )

Tai Chi Qi Gong as a warm up exercise before our Yang Style Tai Chi Class, Characters: Very simple movements with simple breathing method which calm you down and relax your mind.

Yang Style Tai Chi

Meditation in motion. Great for balance, stress release and reducing joint pain. Slow moves help you coordinate upper & lower body. Application and Self-defense skill will be explained at intermediate level.

Weapon – Legendary Short Whip – Iron Door Latch/鐵門閂

In our weapon class, we are teaching Iron Door Latch which is a Whip Staff form in legend from famous Tang Dynasty War General Yuchi Gong. Weapon is an extension of your arm, short weapon will train your arm power and your arm ability of further reach. This whip form is useful for both close and long distance fighting. It combines techniques of saber, sword, spear, short-stick and long stick. Drills and light sparring with protection will also help you understand the martial art meaning of the movements.

Xin Yi Dao Kung Fu 心意道: Xing Yi Quan, Ba Gua Zhang

( Xing Yi Dao Kung Fu is a internal martial arts system created by Grandmaster Li Tai Liang, one of the most famous martial art grandmasters from Mainland China.

Che Style Xing Yi is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power that’s most often applied from a short range with quick advance and turning steps. A practitioner of Xing Yi uses coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. We are also able to do it soft way for internal breathing and health benefits.

Baguazhang is an internal Chinese martial art is extremely beneficial for good health. Bagua is known for its circle walking which is very beneficial as a cardio exercise. The circle walking could be used to develop Qi, meditation, to train physical strength and is very effective as martial arts.)

Tong Hua Men Kung Fu 通化門: Tong Bei, Yang and Chen Style Tai Chi, Ba Gua Zhang, Tan Tui & Baji Quan

( Tong Hua Men Kung Fu is a mixed internal and External martial arts system created by Master Huan Zhang which he inherited mostly from his father Grandmaster Zhang Lu Ping.

Five Element Tong Bei combines fast movements with long distance attack, Great for self-defense and weight lose. Also good for relax/loose your shoulders and back. Drills and light sparring will also help you understand the martial art meaning of the movements.

Chen Style Bagua zhang is an internal Chinese martial art is extremely beneficial for good health. Bagua is known for its circle walking which is very beneficial as a cardio exercise. The circle walking could be used to develop Qi, meditation, to train physical strength and is very effective as martial arts.

Tan Tui is the most famous Chinese marital arts form for fundamental martial arts training in China.

Baji is a Chinese martial art that features explosive, short-range power and is famous for its elbow and shoulder strikes.)

Chen Style Tai Chi characterized by silk reeling, alternating fast and slow motions, and bursts of power.