Tai Chi 24-Posture Yang Style – April 24

Discount for 1 student registration for the TAI CHI 24-Posture Yang Style Class

Register before the countdown runs out and save $35 on tuition. Regularly $295, the tuition is $260 if you register and pay by midnight on 4/16/21

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Discount for you and a new student friend

If you are using the “Bring a New Student Discount,” you and your friend must register and pay at the same time. The two of you will save $45 each on tuition. Regularly $590 for 2 tuitions, you and your new student friend will pay a total of $500. The “Bring a New Student Discount” doesn’t expire until the first day of class. Just ignore the countdown.

Class Description

Tai Chi 24-Posture Yang Style is the most popularly practiced in the world. Relative to other styles, 24 Yang is easier to learn. Its soft, slow, circular healing movements make it ideal for energetic cultivation for health and spirituality. For the martial artist, this form can serve to balance out “harder” movements, thus developing a higher level of awareness.

Tai Chi 24-Posture Yang Style:

  • reduces stress and revitalizes health and well-being
  • is easy to learn regardless of age or physical ability
  • will help you discover Qi, your life-force energy 

Class details

Prerequisite: None
Modality: Online
Class Length: 6 lessons
Class Start Date: Saturday, April 24, 2021
Meets for 6 consecutive
Saturdays
Class Time: 10:30 AM- 12 PM Pacific Time
Tuition: $295
OR
Bring a new student and your tuition is $250 each,
for a total of $500 (a savings of $45 each)

your instructor

Prof. Arnold Tayam teaches a Tai Chi class
Professor Arnold Tayam, D.M.Q., D.T.C.M. (China), Master Instructor Shifu of Tai Chi & Bagua

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