It’s Back! The Full 108 moves set for Beginners – Come Join Us!!

We are excited to announce that Tai Chi Revolution is going to offer the full 108 move set as a Beginner’s Class starting on April 11th, 2018

It’s been a while since we’ve offered this class but its time has come!  Our instructors will take you through the full set of 108 moves over this 12 week course.  While this is a beginners class EVERYONE is welcome! Maybe you are completely new to Tai Chi, or took a break to focus on other demands in your life, or maybe you’ve been practicing but you enjoy the community of others or supporting people who are new to Tai Chi – wherever you are at in your Tai Chi journey we look forward to you joining us.  Just remember – you do NOT need ANY prior experience with Tai Chi to participate in this class.  You will learn the fundamentals of Tai Chi and experience the meditative effects of this practice in a relaxed and friendly setting.  Regular and on-going practice of Tai Chi has been proven to provide many beneficial health effects. Our studio is an open and welcoming space and well suited to taking advantage of this experience.  Our members will be there to help support new comers and to share their experiences.

If you’ve ever wanted to see what Tai Chi is about or you drifted away and want to come back to a regular practice… this class is for you!  Details are below.  We hope to see you at the studio!


When: Wednesday nights from April 11th – June 27th, 2018

Time: 6:00 – 7:30pm

Cost:  $120 for the 12 weeks.  Payment by check due the first week of class.  Payment may also be made in three 4-week installments ($40/installment).

Location:  Tai Chi Revolution Studio located at 2817 James Street, corner of James and North Edwards Ave.  The studio is on the North Edwards Street side of the building, look for the Tai Chi Revolution sign in the window.  You can park in our lot or the lot across the street.

What to Wear:  Comfortable and loose clothing.  Shoes should be flat and enclose your foot with good support (think sneakers or low hiking shoes).  Bare feet, flip flops, crocs or open sandals should be avoided.

Still have questions?  You can check out our FAQ page here or send us an e-mail to and someone will get back to you within a day.



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