Morning, Daytime and Evening classes
2 1/2 blocks from the Tenleytown /AU Metro stop
In the historic neighborhood of Tenleytown in Washington, DC
To REGISTER for T’ai Chi Classes, click HERE!
No classes September 14-23
(I’ll be co-hosting the world’s 1st Biotensegrity Summit!)
SUMMER STUDENT APPRECIATION SPECIAL—extended through September!
(convert 3 of your regular classes into a private lesson -Details Here)
Free classes—see below
The vibrant neighborhood of Tenleytown, DC is home to the highest point in the city, a Civil War fort, some of the District’s oldest streets and homes, the northernmost hiking trail entrance to Glover Archibald Park, Wilson High School and pool, American University’s Tenley campus, the Tenley-Friendship neighborhood library, and more. Come for a visit!
Our classroom is at The Center:
at 4321 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20016
T’ai Chi (also known as T’ai Chi Ch’uan, Taiji and Taijiquan) is a wise and wonderful movement system. If you’re curious about trying T’ai Chi, let me know if you’d like to come in for a free sample class.
• Free DC Public Library classes —resume in the autumn — see schedule on the DC Public Library classes page
The Soft Answer: Verbal T’ai Chi
inspired by Suzette Haden Elgin’s books on The Gentle Art of Verbal Self Defense
Tenleytown T’ai Chi is convenient to Chevy Chase, Friendship Heights, Van Ness, Palisades and Spring Valley, and we are right up Wisconsin Ave from Cathedral Heights, Glover Park, Burleith and Georgetown. On the WMATA Metro Red line, we are only a few stops from Cleveland Park, Woodley Park, DuPont Circle, Farragut North, Metro Center, Chinatown / Gallery Place, Judiciary Square, Union Station and the NoMa - Gallaudet, Brookland / Catholic University Fort Totten, and Takoma Park stops. If you are coming in from the orange or blue lines, such as from Rosslyn or George Washington University / GWU / Foggy Bottom, WMATA allows above ground transfers between Farragut West and Farragut North Metro stops.
Stand like a mountain; move like a great river. ~T’ai Chi Classics
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