The Yang Styles of Tai Chi being taught provides great emphasis on relaxation, flexibility, increased range of motion, centering, and balance. Students learn to ‘relax’ while remaining alert. As students advance they learn push-hands techniques. These techniques develop the ability to ‘listen’ to the movements (and intent) of another person. In more advanced stages students learn self defense through relaxing, offering no resistance and utilizing the force of an opponent against them.
Later Advanced instruction includes learning the Tchoung Ta Tchen Dual Sided Yang Style Forms, moving push hands, two man drills, partnered sets, and more.
Participants who practice regularly will experience increased mobility, improved balance, body strengthening and muscular realignment.
We have moved the class to across the parking lot thanks to the generosity of the National Center for Farm Worker Health for letting us use their space! The class is now in the little wing of 1770 FM 967. Enter through the courtyard into the doors straight ahead and to the left.
Class time is Tuesday evenings at 7:00 PM till 8:30 PM although we sometimes stay till 9:00 PM.
Soft Answer Tai Chi Class Location: Now at National Center for Farmworker Health (Across the Parking Lot from Linda Carney MD) 1770 FM 967, (Side Annex around the back) Buda, TX 78610 1 1/2 mile East of FM 1626 & FM 967
All of Instructors profits (above cost of insurance and marketing) will be donated for the support of orphans in developing nations. We support orphans through the International Childrens Care organization. The more students we get, the more we will be able to donate!
We have known the peoeple that run this organization for MANY years and trust them!