Tai Chi is universal — suitable for all ages and fitness levels.
The Great Ultimate
Strengthens the weak
Heals the sick
Invigorates the debilitated
Encourages the timid
— Ancient Tai Chi Proverb
"Tai Chi has helped me to discover an amazing alternative workout that helps keep me mentally and physically fit. It is a wonderful way to help relieve the day's stress and can be practiced just about anywhere, which makes it easy to perform regularly. Whether you are completely new to Tai Chi or are looking for a way to enhance your regular workout or simply your life, I highly recommend it!! Thank you Simu!" — Peter W.
"Practicing Tai Chi is the best thing I've done for myself in years. It's a great way to relieve stress and helps me to relax, especially after a long day spent hunching over a computer. I feel tall and lively again." — Clayton
"Practicing Tai Chi has been very beneficial for me. Not only have I have gotten physically stronger but it has helped me learn how to counteract stress. Class is also a lot of fun!" — S. H.
"Doing Tai Chi, and learning it from Tzyann Hsu, has been a wonderful experience. It is a great form of exercise, meditation and relaxation. It helps me to stay healthy, limber, strong, calm, and I think I am physically younger than my years because of this practice. I always feel happier and more able to handle whatever comes my way when I have done Tai Chi, and it feels very good to do it." — Rebecca A.
"The changes I've noticed since starting Tai Chi are too numerous to detail, so I'll mention just a few. The flexibility of my joints has improved tremendously. My movements are smoother, and the improvement in my balance is very noticeable. I can trust my body a lot more than I used to. Learning to relax and recharge in class has extended to my real life — I can now cope with everyday stresses a lot better than before." — Gennady
"Since I stop doing Tai Chi for more than a month because of surgery on my foot, I have muscle ache and pain on foot and arms. I finally was able to do Tai Chi last Saturday, and my ache and pain are temporarily gone. Since Tai Chi uses every part of your body in a continuous flowing movement, it's like a physical therapy." — Lilia
"Tai Chi class gives me an opportunity to learn a little about a different culture. Also, it has been recommended by doctors for balance and general health. When I'm really concentrating, trying to follow Tzyann Hsu's graceful movements and learn, I become completely focused and no other thoughts enter my mind." — Virginia
"Tai Chi practice gives strength to my weak back. Also, it helps me to calm my mind." — Rieko
"I started taking Tai Chi in 2002, after an accident that resulted in back and neck injuries, as well as an immune disorder. Needless to say, the benefits have been amazing! Over the years, I have been able to strengthen my back, improve my posture, get much needed exercise and do this with a sense of peace and calm. I even used what I learned when I gave birth to my first child and will use it again when my second is born. Everything about Tai Chi is exactly what I needed and was missing in my life, and I am so thankful that I started!" — Nadia
"I don't only get a benefit from having a more supple, relaxed, poised and balanced body. There is also a sense of alertness and focus that comes from trying to do one thing perfectly. My day just goes better when I start with Tai Chi." — Dan
"Tai Chi is the greatest exercise. It is beneficial for everything. I am happy to be able to participate and especially to have a great treacher. Simu told me that she saw a change in the way I look, and I am very grateful to her for it." — Debra