Discover an ancient Chinese art developed over 2000 years by Taoist monks. Find balance, harmony and peace.
Beginner Classes start every four months - however, you may join a class at any time. Follow this link to see our class schedule.
Classes are currently held in Montgomery, Eclectic, Enterprise and Tuskegee. Need directions?
Announcements - Mark Your Calendars!
On Monday, April 15, Carolyn Hutcheson will be doing interview of students at the Montgomery Center from 1 pm (during the 1 - 2:30 pm beginners class). If you can possibly be there and talk about what practicing Tai Chi has been like for you, what it has helped with, etc, it would be great! Carolyn will then edit the interviews and they will air on a show presented May 6 on WTSU- this will be our best on air advertising for new classes starting in May!
Starting next Sunday, April 21 through the end of May, there will be a brief Practice in the Park held at the Cloverdale-Idlewild Park (also known as Cloverdale Bottom - it is on the corner of Cloverdale Rd and Ponce de Leon) at 3:45. Each Sunday at 4 there will be live entertainment at the park, open to the public - the concerts are fun, so you may want to stay and hang out after doing a set.
Time to put out your Yard Signs - New classes start in May - this is a good time to put out a yard sign advertising our classes. If yours has town up, or you never had one - there are a stack available at the Montgomery Center. Remember not to throw it away - around the third week of May, stash it in a safe place so we can put them out again before classes start in the fall.
The Branch Council meeting scheduled for May 11 has been cancelled. The next Branch Council meeting will be held June 15 at 12:15 pm at the Montgomery Center.
Branch Annual Meeting (BAM), Graduation/Covered Dish Luncheon followed by an intensive $25.00 Donation required for intensive. 12-1 Lunch, 1-2 BAM, 2-5 Intensive
Summer Camp June 5-8 $25.00 Donation required for each session, execpt Saturday. W-F from 6-9 and Saturday from 10:30-1:30 No dontations for Saturday.
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