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Now, more than ever, we all need to find a way to bring balance into our lives. From career, family, and social demands to the increased volume and way we receive information, the pace of modern life can easily overcome our abilities to cope in a healthy way. So where do we look for this balance in current times? One of the best sources can be found in the past, with the practice of Lee Family Tai Chi.

  • Includes step-by-step instructions to learn the complete Lee Family Tai Chi form
  • 120 photos of all the form’s postures in sequence with descriptions
  • Detailed guide for breathing, balance, targeting vital organs, and practice tips
  • Tai Chi strengthens the core postural muscles, improves balance and flexibility, and provides excellent stress management
  • DVD includes interview with Master Hiang Thè

View a PDF of Chapter One of the book Here

Monday – Loudon House
10:00-11:00a Beginner Tai Chi – Ben Allen
Wednesday – Senior Center
1:30-2:30p Tai Chi Flow – Ben Allen
12:30-1:30p Seated Tai Chi Flow – Ben Allen
Thursdays – Beaumont YMCA
6:00-7:00p Chi Kung Part II – Master Cubine
7:00-8:00p Beginner Part II – Master Cubine
Friday – Senior Center
10:30-11:30a Tai Chi Flow – Ben Allen
Saturday – Loudon House
9:30-10:30a Beginner Tai Chi – Ben Allen