Tai Chi Chuan/ Qigong Classes


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 Private classes, group classes, and seminars are offered, though no amount of group instruction could ever begin to substitute for a more "traditional one-on-one" tutelage.

" Tai Chi Chuan/Qigong of Colorado Springs offers classes ranging from "Beginner", to the most advanced "Instructor Training". Our encouragement is to read through all the information provided on our website, and then contact us by phone at 719-636-1075 to schedule an "interview" for enrollment.

The "Interview" is provided at no cost to you, and is essential to determine that the services we provide within the Tai Chi Chuan/Qigong organization align with your own personal goals and intention. Below you will find a list of classes offered and a few general guidelines for finding a Qualified Instructor of Tai Chi Chuan/Qigong.

Qigong Classes in Colorado

  • Taoist Meditation (Yichuan)
  • Taoist Internal Alchemy (Yichuan)
  • Medicinal Qigong
  • Taoist Qigong
  • Wuji Qigong
  • Tui Na (Acupressure)

Taijiquan Classes in Colorado

  • Traditional Yang Family Taijiquan
  • Traditional Chen Family Taijiquan
  • Traditional Wu Family Taijiquan

Classical Push Hands In Colorado

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Training Guidelines:

When seeking classes for training in Yichuan, Qigong or Taijiquan look for a curriculum inclusive of:

  1. An in-depth Meditational (Yichuan) practice.
  2. An extensive and intensive curriculum of Qigong founded on this Meditational Practice.
  3. One of the "Traditional" long forms of Taijiquan.

If someone is truly knowledgeable and earnest about the dissemination of information regarding Yichuan,  Qigong, and Taijiquan their methodology of training others should, in general, adhere to this simple format.

Instructor Guidelines:

When seeking a qualified Instructor of Yichuan,Qigong or Taijiquan

  1. Search for someone with credentials, and ask for references. Be sure to contact these references.
  2. Search for someone that teaches ONLY that which you are interested in. When many arts are taught at one location simultaneously, most often, there exists the possibility and probability of one art being compromised or influenced by another.
  3. While interviewing the Instructor, try to determine if this potential Instructor is capable of matching his/her teaching abilities with your learning abilities.
  4. Be as diligent and persistent about interviewing as many prospective Instructors as possible until you feel comfortable. Ask as many questions as you feel necessary.
  5. Most importantly, find someone you feel is competent, knowledgeable, and can most readily address your personal goal and "intent".