The Art of Letting Go
Breath, relax and create space with authentic Yang family Taijiquan (Tai Chi). You’ll feel like you are floating after a class of joint opening exercises, integrative flow drills and moving meditation.
Experience a modern approach to an ancient art. You’ll learn genuine Yang family training methods explained through functional body mechanics from movement science.
Taijiquan and Qigong can help you:
- build strength, stability and balance
- improve mobility and release tension
- reduce stress and anxiety
- increase energy and focus
Follow the Mobility Warmup video below to start receiving the benefits immediately.
Tuesday and Thursday
5:30pm – 6:30pm
Rudd Park (Eastern Star Hall)
*No class August 3rd or August 5th*
- Outdoors (weather permitting)
- Limited number of participants
- Well-ventilated hall (for rainy days)
- Hand sanitizer available
- Masks welcome
Complete the form below to schedule your free trial class and take your next step on a journey towards deeper healing and connection.
Schedule a Trial Class
Complete the form below to experience Tai Chi for yourself.
Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30pm-6:30pm.
Our 100-Day Challenge
The Tai Chi Mobility Warmup is specifically designed to condition and hydrate the white connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, fascia). Watch the tutorial video and then practice the exercises everyday. It’s an easy 3 months to more fluidity and elasticity with less pain and stiffness. Try it for yourself!
“Gabriel is hard-working and always looking for more information to bring is understanding of Tai Chi and similar arts deeper. The mark of a good teacher, he genuinely cares, which makes what he teaches that much more effective. Anyone who learns Tai Chi from Gabriel is a fortunate person indeed!”
— Michael Paler, Lineage Holder, Imperial Yang family Tai Chi
“Gabriel is an awesome instructor who is able to gear a class to all levels. I don’t think I’ve ever found a class that causes my muscles to relax so immediately. I also really appreciate his insights for helping us develop more awareness of ourselves, both mentally and physically. Highly recommended instructor for anyone who is looking to reduce pain, feel better or build resiliency.”
— Jenna Peters, Physiotherapist