Interested in Tai Chi or Qigong in the Loop?  Join a class at Enso Tai Chi!

Our 8-week Summer Session begins in August.  Due to Enso Karate Camp, our Monday and Wednesday midday classes will meet 1 – 2 pm for the first two weeks in August.

Summer Session class schedule

Mondays
7 am – 8 am Continuing Tai Chi Practice
11 am – noon Beginning Tai Chi (Note:  Meets at 1 – 2 pm Aug 4, 6, 11, and 13)
Noon – 1 pm Beginning Tai Chi (Note:  Meets at 1 – 2 pm Aug 4, 6, 11, and 13)

Wednesdays
7 am – 8 am Continuing Tai Chi Practice
11 am – noon Qigong (Note:  Meets at 1 – 2 pm Aug 4, 6, 11, and 13)
Noon – 1 pm Beginning Tai Chi (Note:  Meets at 1 – 2 pm Aug 4, 6, 11, and 13)

Thursdays
5:30 – 6:30 pm Tai Chi – all levels

Class fees:

Special rate for 8-week summer session: $75

“Tai Chi helps people take control and responsibility for their health so that life is a joy to live and not a burden to carry into old age.”

Wu Style Lineage Holder Master Bruce Frantzis

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