3 Ways Tai Chi Makes You Feel Good

1. Moving slowly feels good. It’s like the opposite of all the rushing around we normally do all day.

2. It signals your brain to chill out and relax

3. It’s makes it easy to adapt to changes in every day life.

OKAY, I lied…here’s some more reasons…

4. It makes allergy season in Chicago a little less intense

5. It boosts your immunity

6. It just fun and relaxing darn it!


Whatcha waiting for? – Sign up quick and bring friends. Practicing tai chi together will bond you for life. And contrary to the Slate article by Simon Doonan, you really don’t have to be sixty to love this. And yes, tai chi is the new yoga… but much as I love yoga and think the two are a nice complement, you don’t need any mats or gear for tai chi. Just your body and a teacher and some time to chill. Start now and be amazing when you are actually sixty.

Enroll today in our new Chinese Yoga & Tai Chi – $160.00 8-week class

Think of tai chi as a kind of Chinese yoga (minus the specialized clothing and mats!) This 8-week course will introduce you to the basics of tai chi practice.

Learn posture fundamentals, tai chi stepping and some of the underlying principles of tai chi. We’ll also focus on how to apply the lessons of tai chi to reducing stress and increasing flow in your every day life. This class is perfect for anyone wanting to shed stress, worry, anxiety and gain greater well-being, happiness and enjoyment of life’s simple pleasures. Super fun for families, couples, friends to do together.

No special gear or prior experience required, just you and your body in some soft comfy clothing. You’ll gain mental and emotional flexibility, an overall softening of the heart/mind, as well as better balance and immune response!

Time: 10-11:15am

Class Dates: June 28, July 12, 19, 26, Aug 2, 9, 16, 23
Time: 10-11:15am
Price: $160.00


Sign up through this form or call me. 312-714-4563


Author: Hillary Johnson

Improvisational documentary and fine art photographer.

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