Huntingdon Tai Chi
YMAA Huntingdon Tai Chi teaches the Yang style Tai Chi long form, saber, and sword, as taught by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming (shown above). You should consider studying Tai Chi if you would like to improve your physical fitness and balance, learn to relax under stress, or are interested in learning self-defense through a traditional style of Chinese Kung Fu.
Effective 9/1/2012, Huntingdon Tai Chi became YMAA Huntingdon Tai Chi, a provisional branch of Yang's Martial Arts Association (YMAA). YMAA was founded by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming (shown at left) in 1982. Dr. Phil Dunwoody (shown at right) studies Tai Chi yearly at the YMAA Retreat Center under the direction of Dr. Yang, his son and YMAA International Director Nicholas Yang, and Dr. Yang's disciples. Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan, 太极拳), commonly known as Tai Chi (Taiji), is a traditional style of Chinese Kung Fu which is also practiced today for health reasons. It is a series of martial-based movements that emphasize proper posture and breathing. As a moving meditation, Tai Chi improves balance and physical fitness, lowers stress, and teaches relaxation. As a martial art, Tai Chi is a traditional style of Kung Fu which includes kicks, strikes, joint-locks, takedowns, and weapons. Huntingdon Tai Chi serves central Pennsylvania offering Tai Chi classes for those interested in health & wellness (Thursday classes), as well as for those interested in learning a traditional style of Kung Fu (Tuesday classes). Classes are held at 609 Washington St., Huntingdon PA, at the Goju-Ryu Karate Dojo.
Tuesdays, 5-6:15pm: Taijiquan Kung Fu.
Thursdays, 5-5:30pm: FREE, open to the public, Tai Chi Qigong warm-up and stretch.
Thursdays, 5:30-6:15: Yang Tai Chi Chuan Long Form
Sscheduled Saturdays: Tai Chi Saber & Sword
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$40 per month or $10 drop-in, Full-time college students 1/2 price