Summer Classes: June – August 2022
Class sizes are limited, and schedules are subject to change.
Tai chi is a wonderful method of learning to move with better balance while aiding the organs, strengthening the bones and muscles, and supporting all the systems of the body. It is known to have beneficial effects on cardio-respiratory fitness, muscular strength, flexibility, peripheral circulation, and reduced anxiety. It is easy to learn, and can be done anywhere.
Qigong is an ancient exercise to improve health, and is practiced with breathing and postural considerations, which we go over in class. On the surface, it often seems very easy, but as a person progresses, they become aware of layers of work that can benefit them even more.
TAI CHI – Yang Style 24 Forms
June 27 – August 1 from 5:45 – 6:45 pm weekly
(6 Sessions, NOTE: one class on TUESDAY, July 5th due to holiday 7/4)
Practice of skills and latter half of the form for continuing students (instructor permission required). *NO drop-ins
DOWNTOWN – The Hive
QIGONG for Organ Health
July 5 – July 26 (4 Sessions) from 10:00 – 11:00 am weekly
Exercises to aid the organs; specific sets for the summer fire energy.
VALLEY – outdoor venue in a park
TAI CHI – Beginning SEMI-PRIVATE
July 5 – July 26 (4 Sessions) from 12:45 – 2:00 pm weekly
Learn principles of tai chi, and elements of health and how to move well.
ZOOM Virtual platform online
QIGONG for Stress Reduction
July 6 – July 27 (4 Sessions) from 10:00 – 10:45 am weekly
Discover better relaxation using methods of standing and breath work
VALLEY – Spokane Veteran’s Center
TAI CHI – Beginning
July 6 – July 27 (4 Sessions) from 2:00 – 3:00 pm weekly
Learn principles of tai chi, methods of standing and relaxing, and easy movement warm up series practice.
NORTH SPOKANE – outdoor venue in a park
Sign Up and Join A Class
You may also sign up and mail a check, or bring your payment to the first class.
Payment can be mailed to:
Tai Chi for Health Spokane
PO Box 11862
Spokane Valley, WA
TAI CHI (pronounced “tie-jee”) is a centuries-old Chinese exercise program that promotes good health and balance. It is a series of slow, gentle movements, done in a specific order to facilitate energy flow, fitness, relaxation and focus. Doing tai chi provides multiple health benefits.
QIGONG (“chi kung”) is an ancient art form that integrates breathing techniques, postural alignments and physical movements to aid the flow of QI (“chee”), or vital internal energy, and promote self-healing. Everyone can benefit from the practice of qigong, regardless of ability, age, or physical condition.