Efforts to reduce the risk of spreading the Coronavirus are in full effect throughout the area. Understandably, this means that all of our T’ai Chi classes have been temporarily suspended.

The Natick Rec Department has cancelled the Spring session. If the opportunity arises, there is a possibility that Natick will try to put together some short term programming after this passes.

The governor has issued an order that all non-essential bussinesses stay closed until May 4th. I would imagine that this will apply to all locations running T’ai Chi classes. However, I will wait to change dates listed below until I hear directly from those locations.

Updated April 4th 3:45 PM:

Here is the full list of classes that are suspended.

  • Tolles Parsons Center / Wellesley COA – classes suspended through 5/4
  • Sudbury Senior Center – classes suspended unitl further notice
  • Weston Council on Aging – classes suspended through 4/10
  • Callahan Center / Framingham COA – classes suspended through 5/4
  • MetroWest YMCA – classes suspended through 5/4 – then will review on week by week basis
  • Lumina – classes suspended through 5/4
  • Nouvelle – class suspended for time being until further notice
  • North Hill -Class suspended for the time being
  • Natick Rec / East School – Spring Session is cancelled for the time being
  • Push Hands Practice – suspended until further notice

Please note that these dates may continue to be extended out further depending on the situation. In many instances, this will impact start dates or end dates of registration class sessions. Many of these end/start/registration dates have not yet been determined. I will update information as I receive it.

For more complete information about what programs or services are still being offered and what is being shut down, please contact the organizations directly.

I want to express my gratitude and appreciation to Lou Goodman for creating this wonderful video.

Looking for a T’ai Chi class in the MetroWest area?
Jon Woodward is a certified T’ai Chi instructor who leads many classes in the area. Find out about all classes by checking out the Classes page.

No classes are running right now due to the Coronavirus outbreak. I will start listing these again when classes start to return.

Watch for a new Videos page to be added soon so that you can practice T’ai Chi more easily at home.

Classes Starting Soon

Here are the start dates for all the registration classes that are currently running.

  • MetroWest YMCA – T’ai Chi for Healthy Aging: Thursdays 12:45 PM, Starting February 27th (This is a T’ai Chi for Better Balance class.)
  • Tolles Parsons Center, Wellesley – Advanced Traditional Yang Style T’ai Chi: Mondays 10:30 AM, Starting March 9th
  • Tolles Parsons Center, Wellesley – Beginners Traditional Yang Style T’ai Chi: Wednesdays 10:00 AM, Starting March 11th
  • Tolles Parsons Center, Wellesley – T’ai Chi for Better Balance: Wednesdays 2:00 PM Starting March 11th
  • Sudbury Senior Center – T’ai Chi for Healthy Living: Tuesdays 1:30 PM, Starting March 24 (This is a T’ai Chi for Better Balance class.)
  • Sudbury Senior Center – Advanced Traditional Yang Style T’ai Chi: Mondays 2:15 PM, Starting March 26th
  • Natick Rec Department – Beginners Traditional Yang Style T’ai Chi: Mondays 6:30 PM, Starting April 6th
  • Natick Rec Department – 2nd Section Traditional Yang Style T’ai Chi: Mondays 6:30 PM, Starting April 6th
  • Natick Rec Department – 3rd Section Traditional Yang Style T’ai Chi: Mondays 7:45 PM, Starting April 6th
  • Natick Rec Department – Advanced Traditional Yang Style T’ai Chi: Mondays 7:45 PM, Starting April 6th
  • Sudbury Senior Center – Intro to T’ai Chi: Thursdays 2:30 PM, Starting April 13th (This is a Traditional T’ai Chi class.)

Current Ongoing Drop-In Classes

For a full list of classes, click here.

What is T’ai Chi?
Tai Chi is an ancient form of Chinese exercise consisting of slow, beautiful, relaxed meditative movements. Tai Chi is sometimes described as “meditation in motion” because it promotes serenity through gentle movements connecting the mind and body. Originally developed in China for self-defense, Tai Chi has evolved into a graceful form of exercise, that’s now often used for relaxation and for developing a sense of inner calm.
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