Tai Chi Classes

Tai Chi Classes

Photo courtesy of Yang Family Tai Chi

Beginner Tai Chi Classes of Yang Family Tai Chi Chaun are taught by Chris Wilson in Sparta, NJ.   Chris Wilson is a member of the Yang Family Association.  He is also a certified Yang Family Tai Chi Trainer. 

Regular weekly class $15.00 for each class, or buy 4 classes and get one free.  Reservations are not required but are recommended.  Private and small group classes are available upon request. 

Every effort will be made to accommodate those interested in studying Tai Chi Classes.  Below you will also find other class times available within the location Yang Family Tai Chi Association.

Classes are held

Wednesday morning at 7:30am

Yoga Youniverse 191 Woodport Road in Sparta NJ 

Individual classes $15 each 

Buy 4 classes get one Free ($45.00)

Chris@TodaysTaiChi.com

What Should I Wear to Tai Chi Classes?

In Tai Chi we will do a series of stretches and slow moving movements.  It is important that you are comfortable and relaxed.  There is no dress code.  However, it is suggested that you where loose fitting clothing and sneakers.   Kung Fu pants, sweat pants or yoga pants will allow for a nice range of motion to do the exercises.  There is a bathroom for changing if needed and there are places to store your belongings.  Please remember to take all of your belongings with you since this is a shared space.  We are not responsible for lost or miss placed items.

What Should I Bring to Tai Chi Classes?

It is recommended that you bring a notebook or electronic device to take notes during Tai Chi Classes.  Classes are a time for building your home practice.  Reviewing old material and learning new material.  Asking questions that arise during home practice.   The notebook serves as your journal and personal text book.  At your request a few minutes of class time can be used for updating information that has been learned in class.

For a complete list of area classes click the image below.

To attain knowledge, add things everyday. To attain wisdom, remove things every day.

~ Tao te ching