Class Information:
To REGISTER online click HERE

Special Announcement:
Friday classes have been discontinued

Spring Schedule
T'ai Chi:
Mondays 2-3; Tuesdays 5:30-6:30

• 1, 3, 5 & 10 class packages available

All classes are
Online only!

to REGISTER for Group Classes, click HERE

Group classes are ongoing, and you may start at any time.
You don't have to be in perfect health to begin (but please consult your medical professional first)

Please bear in mind that urgencies and emergencies emerge from time to time,
and we do take a break now and then
It’s always a good idea to check the website before joining class.


T’ai Chi is nonlinear, as is learning. Trying to learn can just make learning harder. Come to class, follow the form, absorb what you comfortably can, and eventually this stuff gets into your skin. Trust the process. Trust the principles. Relax.

Flexible Scheduling:

—> Come to as many classes per week as you like.

—> Come to any class you like—mix and match.

—> You may gift your classes to another if you move away, your schedule changes, or for whatever reason (but please
contact me so I know what's happening!).

—> Travel or take time off as you need; when you return, your card and your unused classes will be there for you (after 18 months I may move class cards to an "inactive" file for administrative reasons, but you can still access them— just contact me).

DC residents often have schedules that are unpredictable. To accommodate these, we offer flexible scheduling. Come to class as your schedule permits; you only pay for the classes you take.

Begin when you are ready to. Each class is its own freestanding lesson, geared to the group that is in the room at the time. And each lesson connects with all the others. Classes and enrollment are ongoing. Everyone participates and learns in accord with their own level of experience. We are all deepening our practice together.

How it works:

Register for classes

2) Receive zoom links to join us online

3) Keep track of the number of classes you attend.

4) When you've used up your classes, purchase more!

5) Rinse and repeat