Tai Chi

Summer 2017

Ongoing Tai Chi Chuan and Qi Gong classes

Contact Sue Driscoll for details.

Qi Gong

Energize your body and mind with traditional qi gong in this early morning class. The Eight Pieces of Brocade is easy to learn and practice at home. It’s a simple stretching routine with profound effect on body and mind. This is a standing practice; please wear comfortable clothes.

Wednesday mornings 8:15 – 9:15


Beginning Tai Chi Chuan

Students will learn the beginning sequence of the Yang-style long form, known as “slowset”. They begin to memorize the basic postures and learn the principles of full and empty. Part of the class is devoted to martial applications to illustrate the basis of the movements they are learning.

Mondays 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.


Tai Chi Chuan open practice

Open practice in Yang-style Tai Chi Chuan. Join a group of tai chi practitioners in a “slowset,” a 30-45 minute form. There is no instruction per se, but much can be gleaned through silent following. We’ll begin the set at 12:15

Meet behind CFA
Thursday morning 8:30 – 9:15
Friday 12:15 – 1:00

Sue Driscoll practices Yang-style Tai Chi Chuan and studies with the lineage holders of the Tung family, training in traditional forms, practicing daily and attending workshops several times a year. She has led classes in Tai Chi and Qi Gong at the Falling Water School since 2011.