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Tai Chi Sword

Feedback about Ms. Kathy Yang

Kathy's depth of skill, clarity of communication, and joy of sharing and teaching Qigong shone through. It was inspirational to participate and be part of her presentation and class!

Seminar participant Mike C. Chelmsford, MA

Intro to

Tai Chi Sword Seminar
Discover Tai Chi (Taiji) Sword as a weapon of light.

This seminar will focus on practicing sword as a meditative art and introduce various health benefits from training the Yang Style Tai Chi Sword Form. Including:

  • Increase your mental focus

  • Deepen your body relaxation

  • Expand your Tai Chi knowledge

  • Cultivate grace and intention in your movement

Basic Sword Fundamentals will be covered!

This seminar is a great prep for the April Tai Chi Sword Seminar with Dr Yang & Kathy Yang.

Time: 11:00 am  to 1 pm
When: Saturday, March 16th
Instructor: Ms. Kathy Yang
Location: 18 Red Spring Rd, Andover

(Inside Fit Body Boot Camp) 

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A Wooden Tai Chi Sword is suggested

(No metal sword allowed). 

Cost: $35

Click here to reserve yours.

(Limited amount)

One on one Consultations with Kathy Yang

Kathy will offer a limited number of 20-minute Traditional Chinese Medicine private consultations after the seminar.

 

Click here to reserve your spot

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Dr. Yang Returns this April

with Kathy Yang

​2024 Seminar subjects:

  • Taiji Sword

  • Tai Chi Basic Principles

  • Eight Pieces Brocade Medical Qigong

  • Four Season Medical Qigong

 Limited Spots Remaining! 

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Dr Yang 2024
Beginners Tai Chi

Beginner's Tai Chi Classes
 New Morning Class Available

Tai Chi (Taiji) is a gentle, low-impact exercise suitable for participants of any age and varying physical ability. It is a therapeutic exercise derived from Chinese martial arts, focusing on the circulation of Chi (Qi), or "life energy" found within all living things. Sometimes called "moving meditation," millions around the world practice it daily as a gentle stress-reducing exercise.

 

Qigong is introduced to help beginners understand and feel Chi (Qi).

Some benefits of Tai Chi include:
~ Reduced stress

~ Increased mobility, flexibility & balance
~ Increased energy & vitality
~ Improved general health
~ Relief from asthma symptoms, back pain, arthritis, high blood pressure, and more.

 

When:

  • Sundays, March 17th,  9 - 10:15 am

  • Wednesdays, March 20th, 7 - 8:15 pm

  • Thursdays, March 21st, 10:30 - 11:45 am

Length: 8-weeks (Once or twice a week option!)

Instructor: Alex Kiesel

Note: Missed classes can be made up within the 8-week session!
Location:  18 Red Spring Rd., Andover (inside Andover Fit Body Boot Camp)

(New Day and Time)
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Continuation Tai Chi
Level 1

This course may be suitable for those who have completed two or more Beginner's sessions.

 

Participants who have recently completed Part One of Yang's 108 Style Tai Chi may also benefit from this course if they feel they need more practice and improvement before moving on to the next level.

If you are unsure if this course is the correct level, please email Alex at YangsAndover@gmail.com BEFORE registering.

When: Tuesdays, 7 to 8:15

Starting:  March 19th

Length: 8-weeks

Instructor: Alex Kiesel
Location: 18 Red Spring Rd., Andover (inside Fit Body Boot Camp)

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PRIVATE LESSONS
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Private Lessons
with Alex Kiesel

Private lessons are an excellent way to get started or continue your study of Martial Arts.  We understand that life can be hectic and it’s impossible sometimes to attend scheduled group class time or maybe group classes aren’t for you.  

Available options:

  • 30 or 45-minute sessions.

  • One-on-one or small groups.

  • Instruction in Tai Chi - Short or Long form.

 

For more about Mr Kiesel click here


For more info contact Alex @ YangsAndover@gmail.com

 

or call 978-494-4355

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"Taiji for Health"
at Andover Senior Center 
(Robb Center) 

Instructor: Meg Holmes

When: Tuesday morning from 9:15-10:15 am

 

For information and registration:

please call 978-623-8320

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