Natick Rec Department Classes

Starting Monday, April 3rd
6:30 – Beginner (1st Section)
6:30 – 2nd Section
7:45 – 3rd Section
7:45 – Advanced

Registration has opened for Natick Residents.
Registration opens 3/29 for non-Residents.

More information on the Classes Page. Registration is required.

Free Intro Demo / Workshop

Monday, January 9th, 7PM

A free introductory workshop for those interested in the upcoming Natick Rec Department classes.

Registration is required.

There Will Be No T’ai Chi Classes Today

Monday October 11th

Classes will resume on Tuesday, October 12th

World T’ai Chi Day

World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day

Saturday, April 29th, 9 AM – 11 AM
Cushing Memorial Park, Framingham

9:00 – Hunyuan Qigong
10:00 – T’ai Chi for Better Balance
10:30 – Traditional T’ai Chi

8:30 AM Weather Forecast: Cloudy with temps in the low to upper 50’s. A possible very short spot of light rain at about 9:30 (according to radar). No other rain predicted for this morning.

“Grasp The Sparrow’s Tail” Mini-Course

Starts Tuesday, July 20th

4 week mini-course delving into the depths of one of the most important moves in T’ai Chi.
Course fee is $35. Registration is required.

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

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HIDDEN 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.

Videos Resource Page

There are now more than 60 videos available to help you with your practice of T’ai Chi – with more coming. They are all available on the Videos Page.

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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.
Learn more about T’ai Chi

Please bear with me. This site is in ongoing stages of development. And I am much more a T’ai Chi instructor than I am a Web Site creator. Over time, more content will be added including videos, class resources and a calendar of events. In the mean time, feel free to Contact Me with any questions.