Class Schedule and Fees
Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong
7-8 p.m., free will donation to the church
Gentle Tai Chi and Qigong (seated or standing)
11 a.m.-12 p.m., free will donation to the church
Advanced Class-7:30-9:00 a.m. -- Push hands, weapons, applications, and advanced forms
Open Tai Chi Class-all levels-9-10 a.m.
Class fee is $10 per class, pay as you go. Your first Saturday class is complimentary!
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
1375 Grand Ave.
Baldwin, NY 11510
Note: In nice weather in the spring, summer and fall classes are held at Milburn Creek Boat Launch, Atlantic Avenue, Baldwin, NY.
All levels are welcome to attend!
More classes forming soon!
Private lessons available by appointment. Please call 516-855-8251 or email email@example.com to schedule a session.
Tai Chi Chuan-Qigong Classes
Lakeview Public Library
Basic Tai Chi postures and Qigong.
Two Thursdays per month.
Class dates: May 3, 10; June 7, 14
6-7 pm Lakeview Public Library
Woodfield Road, West Hempstead, NY
Contact Jacinta Bowman at 516-536-3071 for more information.
"I have been taking tai chi with Shifu Pam Dye for almost two years. I love her teaching style, which is gentle and firm. She observes very carefully, and makes sure that all students, whether beginning or advanced, can keep up. There is a great deal of camaraderie developed in the classroom environment, and I feel very comfortable and welcomed". -- Sara H.
I truly look forward to our Tai Chi class very week. Regardless what's going on in my life, I leave class feeling relaxed, yet energized and much more centered. --Janet M.
I am so happy to have found a Tai Chi class that fits my schedule. I always feel good after the class and am enjoying it so much. Seems my balance is improving too. Have met many new friends. Pam is a wonderful teacher, and you never feel pressured - just relaxed. I especially enjoy when we take our class outside to the local parks, gardens and beach. -- WallyAnne
“Once you begin to move, the entire body must be light and limber. Each part of your body should be connected to every other part." -- Tai Chi Classics