Stillness is the Master of Unrest

Rochester, Minnesota

The Particulars

What is T'ai-Chi

T’ai-Chi, also called T’ai-Chi Ch’uan, is practiced through a series of gently shifting postures that represent a form of moving meditation. The individual postures in a T’ai-Chi form slowly exercise various muscle groups, while improving balance, agility and mindfulness. Over time, individuals who routinely practice T’ai-Chi can reduce stress through increased levels of physical and mental relaxation, as well as flexibility.

Instructors

Instruction is provided by Mike and Kim Cain.


Mike is a 7th-generation disciple of Yang-style T'ai-Chi Ch'uan and a student of Master Ray Hayward.  Kim has studied and practiced T'ai-Chi for over 10 years. 


Med City T'ai-Chi is dedicated to the study of the art and science of T'ai-Chi Ch'uan. It is our belief that T’ai-Chi is universally accessible and that everyone – young or old, weak or strong, male or female, health enthusiast or martial artist – can benefit from studying and practicing this profound art.

Class Information and Fees

Med City T'ai-Chi is a non-profit club, based in Rochester, Minnesota. 

The monthly fee is $33 for weekly Monday evening classes. 


With a focus on mindful and therapeutic practices, the current curriculum includes:


Warm ups

Standing meditation /  Qigong 

Cheng Man-Ch'ing’s Yang style short form

Yielding and sensitivity concepts

T'ai-Chi sword form


Classes are ongoing  -  beginners are always welcome! 

Join Us

If you have questions, drop us a line. 

Better yet, stop by a class to experience a session first hand.

Class Location

Community Presbyterian Church 3705 55th St, NW Rochester, MN 55901

Class Days and Hours

Most Mondays:  6pm - 8pm


Yang style long form by private appointment 

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Announcements

There will be no class on the following dates:  Dec 24, Dec 31

Links

Mayo Clinic on Tai Chi

Harvard Medical School on Tai Chi

Massachusetts General Hospital Study

Mindful Motion Tai Chi Academy

Twin Cities Tai Chi

The Inspired Teacher - Master Ray Hayward's blog