Tai Chi Classes Mcallen TX

Local resource for tai chi classes in Mcallen, TX. Includes detailed information on local martial arts studios that provide access to tai chi instructors who instruct in tai chai in the wu style, yang style, and tai chi chih style, as well as advice on self-defense and perfecting meditative body movements.

Erika Contreras
(956) 239-0659
4704 Date Palm Ave.
McAllen, TX
Yoga Styles
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Anusara Yoga

Rio Grande Yoga Institute
(956) 686-8630
1005 Sycamore Ave
Mcallen, TX
 
Imx Pilates Texas
(956) 519-5266
2407 N Shary Rd
Mission, TX
 
The Combative Arts Alliance of Texas & Texoma Martial Arts
(903) 814-9966
Corner of South Montgomery & Cottage Sts.
Sherman, TX
Martial Art Styles
Arnis, Escrima, Jeet Kune do, Kali, Kung Fu, Silat, Tai chi, Wing Chun, Combat Proven Pacific Archipelago Combative Systems

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Center For Tai Chi Studies
(972) 234-9919
11902 Oak Highland Dr
Dallas, TX
Martial Art Styles
Tai chi

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MANDALA YOGA SPA
(956) 583-2838
1706 E.GRIFFIN PARKWAY
Mission, TX
Yoga Styles
Kundallini - Hatha - Nidra - Vinyasa - P

Lifescapes Whole Health Center
(956) 627-3580
5401 N 10th St
Mcallen, TX
 
Mandala Yoga Spa
(956) 583-2838
1706 E Griffin Pkwy
Mission, TX
 
Classical Chinese Martial Arts Academy
(713) 822-2655
2222 Westerland Dr.
Houston, TX
Martial Art Styles
Kung Fu, Tai chi, Wushu, Xing-I, Tan tui, Shaolin, Ermei, Tiger-Crane, Long Fist and weapons

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Real Kung Fu
(712) 259-2965
20825 Wilderness Oak
San Antonio, TX
Martial Art Styles
Kung Fu, Tai chi, Eight Step Preying Mantis Kung Fu

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Tai Chi for Beginners with Grandmaster William C.C. Chen

The fourth in Acacia’s For Beginners series, this introduction to the ancient art of Tai Chi is led by Grandmaster William C.C. Chen, recognized as one of the most important Tai Chi practitioners of his generation. Chen holds the National Tai Chi Chuan Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award, and taught Tai Chi in a series developed for The Learning Channel. Here, he leads viewers through the stress releasing, flowing movements of Tai Chi, while offering special tips that include when to inhale and how to move. He also provides practical explanations of why Tai Chi movements are deliberately slow, and offers an easy-to-understand definition of chi. One of the most useful features of this CD is the option for a continuous loop of the various learning segments, so that you can fully master each sequence before moving on to the next. You can also choose to listen to both the music and the audio instruction, or just the music.

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