Free Lecture/Demo with Master Tung
Watch and learn from a taiji Master.
Master Tung is a direct lineage holder of the Chen style of Taiji. A master of the powerful xin jia form, he teaches the principles of Feng Zhiqiang and Chen Fake. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn from a taiji master.
Photo: Master Tung
Ready to create more balance in your life? Learn something new? Deepen your practice? We’ll help you stretch your muscles, improve your balance and circulation, strengthen your mind-body connection, and have fun in our beautiful, sunlit studio. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced practitioner, at GateWay you’ll find a welcoming, no-pressure environment with excellent, friendly instructors. Download a Spring 2013 schedule card including all ongoing classes for Gateway Taiji and Ocean Spirit Yoga. Our new spring schedule begins April 10.
New at GateWay: Taiji Ball Qigong
Taiji Ball is a great strengthening and centering workout for your back and core. Watch a short demo.
Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance
The medical benefits of tai chi continue to attract media attention. Note that Gateway is offering the nationally acclaimed balance curriculum, Tai Chi: Moving & Better Balance, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10 – 11 AM. Learn more. This program is endorsed by the NH Falls Prevention Task Force.
Why Practice Qigong?
Find out why the practice of Qigong is growing by leaps and bounds throughout the United States in this excellent article published by the New York Times.
Taiji or Tai Chi? Qigong or Chi Kung?
You’ll notice that we generally use the less common spelling: “taiji” and “qigong.” The old spelling of “Qigong” was “Chi Kung.” The change from “Chi Kung” to “Qigong,” and “Tai Chi” to “Taiji” is a move from what was called the “Wade-Giles” spelling or Romanization, to the “Pinyin” version, which is now more broadly accepted within the international Taiji community.)