Tai Chi

with Dustin McCreery


August 12th-September 2nd

Inside, In Person





$16/single class

$44/full 4-week Aug/Sept session

IMAC class passes are accepted.



*If you'd like to register for the Aug/Sept session of Tai Chi (4 classes total) but the cost is prohibitive for you, please apply for assistance through the Movement Scholarship Fund.


You must be pre-registered for class.

Walk-ins are not allowed.

Masks are optional for participants who are fully vaccinated.

When you pre-register, you can choose to pay online, in person, or with your IMAC class pass. Please review our health & safety protocols before registering for class.

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Tai Chi at IMAC

Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan) is a moving meditation and martial art that embodies the principle of yin/yang. Done slowly, the Taiji adept finds themselves entering a calm state of coordinated movement. Done quickly, the movement can be adapted to a martial context. Taiji students often refer to themselves as players rather than practitioners because whether doing the solo slow form, or two person games (from a safe distance) such as "push hands", we stir a curiosity, a playfulness that offers bodily insight.

In class we will acquire the solo form, which is a set of postures with an emphasis on the essence of Taijiquan, meditative movement. All levels of skills are welcome. Expect form study, partnered work (from a safe distance), limbering exercises to release tensions, and philosophical dialogue.