GOOD SPIRIT

Bringing the benefits of Tai Chi Chuan to San Antonio, Texas!

 

 

Practice traditional Yang style Tai Chi Chuan long form:  Gentle, soft, free-flowing, relaxing, invigorating...

Work on you mind-body connection and improve your physical structure, balance, focus...

Learn self defense, push hands, sword form...

Classes are suitable for all fitness levels -come by and you'll fit right in!

The first introductory class  is free  - try it out!

Where (NEW LOCATION) and When?

What are the Benefits?

What to expect of the Curriculum?

Who is the Instructor?

Are there good Links/Books?

Double Weighted: A Tai Chi Blog

Whether looking for health benefits or martial arts practice, Good Spirit offers a unique, in-depth and comprehensive experience in traditional Yang style Tai Chi Chuan in San Antonio!

For more information:

email: kirma@goodspirit-taichi.com

or call (210) 259-7095

 

 

Group and private classes are available.


Yang Cheng-Fu

Single Whip

 

Celebrating 20 Years of Tai Chi Practice

NEWS

Class is cancelled on  Thursday April 24 and Tuesday May 6. Otherwise classes are ongoing.

NEW LOCATION  2147 N.W. Military Highway #1 ; Castle Hills, TX, 78213 (in San Antonio metro area). For more details, please click here.

 Introductory classes start at 7:30 pm Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Read the San Antonio Express-News article featuring Good Spirit T'ai Chi Ch'uan

Good Spirit founder  Nameer Kirma was co-recipient of an outstanding project award at the Annual Community Service Learning Conference (2010) at the UT Health Science Center, San Antonio (UTHSCSA) for a study on the benefits of T'ai Chi Ch'uan on mobility. This study was funded by a grant from the Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics, UTHSCSA.

Come Join Us! Learn how Tai Chi can improve your balance, strength, internal awareness- how it reduces stress and muscle tension, and provides a fresh outlook to life!

Your first introductory class is  free!  Try it out, then decide if you'd like to join!

 

 


Yang Cheng-Fu

Fair ladies working Shuttle

Chen Wei-Ming

Fan Hand Through Back


Chen Wei-Ming

Push Hands