Tai Ji, Continuing (Fall 2015)


Continuing Tai Ji

Tai Ji is an ancient martial art rooted in Chinese Taoism, practiced in slow and graceful forms using gentle movements. Wear loose, comfortable clothing in layers and bring light, sturdy footwear (no street shoes) and a beginner's mind to class.

Continuing Tai Ji: TUESDAYS 8:00-9:30am
with Scott Carrino
Tuesdays 8:00-9:30am
Fall Term: September 15 through January 26 (no class 12/22, 12/29)
Beacon Feed Dance Studio

Term Tuition: $270 *best value even if missing several classes during the term*
or Autopay: 5 monthly charges of $56  (download autopay contract)
Single drop-in: $19 (First for $5)
Drop-in Class Card $130: 11 drop-in hours for the price of 10 hours
(This class uses 1.5 hours on your class card per drop-in.)

Tuition assistance available, forms are due by September 4 for priority consideration. Download a Scholarship Application here.

Scott Carrino (Tai Ji) has studied Taoism and Tai Ji as a method of centering and as a metaphor for life for the past 31 years. Teaching Yang Style solo, two-person, sabre and sword forms since 1986, he has cultivated an integrated understanding of chi (vital energy) and the mysteries and power of the Tao. He is a teaching member of the Living Tao Foundation for the past fifteen years, and published their newsletter for 10 years. Scott is a founding member of Pompanuck Farm and co-owner of Roundhouse Bakery and Cafe.

What Scott's students are saying:

"Excellent class and a very good low stress workout. Great way to start the day."
"Professional attitude, ultimate understanding of students & learning, gentle manner."
"He has a wonderful approach to subject, very intuitive."
"We are so lucky to have this caliber of instructor."

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