Tai Ji


Tai Ji is one of the most effective and widely practiced forms of ancient exercise, using slow, graceful and coordinated movements for health benefits. Daily practice of Tai Ji can help improve balance, coordination, concentration, muscle tone, and agility. Both a tranquil mind and a relaxed body are engaged together while doing Tai Ji. Recent studies have shown that Tai Ji may offer benefits in the areas of stress reduction, increasing energy and endurance, reducing blood pressure, and improving overall feelings of well-being.


My classes provide an introduction to Tai Ji with standing, moving and seated forms of Yang Style Tai Ji available. They are suitable for adults of all ages and levels of fitness, and can be adapted to meet physical limitations. Class fees are $10.00 per class; discounts are offered for new students and for enrollment in a series of classes. Dates and times for classes are available at Blissful Wellness of Nutrition World.

Introduction to Tai Ji – Yang Style, 7 Standing, Linking Forms: Mondays, 6:00-7:00 p.m. in the Yoga Room.

Other Tai Ji classes may be offered throughout the year:  Please check with the instructor

Cost: $10 per class; special discounts offered for new students.  Scroll through calendar to locate class dates.

Contact Karen Wilson for more information: (423) 580-7895, orkarenwtj@bellsouth.net

INSTRUCTOR: Karen Wilson

I first became interested in Tai Ji as a means to reduce stress, and as a lifelong exercise that was easy on my joints. Since 2002 I have been a student of Tai Ji, attending regular classes and a variety of workshops over the years. In 2007 I was certified as an instructor by Dr. Zibin Guo. It is alway a pleasure to share the principles, the graceful moves, and the health benefits of Tai Ji with others.”

Karen’s Class Times


Here are some other links that discuss the positive aspects/possible benefits of Tai Ji:

Tai Ji benefits people with chronic health problems like Parkinsons, arthritis, and fibromyalgia http://www.naturalnews.com/034971_Tai_Chi_Parkinsons_arthritis.html#ixzz1mb6pPjro