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5 5 5 5 5
Columbia, MD
Jul 11, 2014

This instructor is the real deal. I actually learned while I was there and remembered techniques when I departed. This is one of those karate studios you see in the movies.  It's definitely worth the time and is a great relief of pressure or stress. It's great!

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Yang Style Tai Chi • $20.00

For many centuries, Tai Chi was practiced privately, passed on from father to son in the Chen Village in northern China. (This passing of knowledge from one generation to another is known as lineage, a term which is still used to describe the transmission of a particular form from master to student.) Beginning in the mid-1800's Master Yang Lu Shan, founder of the Yang Style form, was the first to teach Tai Chi publicly. It soon became popular in martial arts circles as an advanced self-defense method. In the early 20th century Lu Shan's grandson, Master Yang Cheng Fu, promoted Tai Chi as a health exercise. Since then, it has enjoyed widespread popularity in China. Adults of all ages practice the flowing postures every day. Many older adults begin learning Tai Chi after retirement.

This class is also offered:
Tuesday, June 18th
7:00 - 8:00pm John Baylor
Thursday, June 20th
9:30 - 10:30am John Baylor

Featured review

Featured review
5 5 5 5 5
Columbia, MD
Jul 11, 2014

This instructor is the real deal. I actually learned while I was there and remembered techniques when I departed. This is one of those karate studios you see in the movies.  It's definitely worth the time and is a great relief of pressure or stress. It's great!

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Martial Arts School HOURS*

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
9:30am - 8:30pm
5pm - 8pm
5pm - 8:30pm
9am - 8:30pm
5pm - 8:30pm
8am - 12pm
Closed
* Holiday Schedules Vary - Please contact us for more info