Free Group Practice Session

Saturday June 5, 2021
10am to 11am
Bitter Lake Playfield

King County is now in Phase 3 of the state COVID recovery plan. Outdoor gatherings up to 50 people are allowed. So let’s come together and practice Tai Chi!

We’ll meet at 10am, and practice the Yang style long form. Join in for one, or three times in a row, according to your preference. Please bring a mask and plan to remain six feet apart.

Need to refresh your memory? Watch the complete Yang 85 form on YouTube.

Competitive Tai Chi Push Hands

June 12 through July 31, 2021 (8 weeks)
Saturdays 10am to 11am at Bitter Lake Park

Strengthen your body and sharpen your mind with focused training in competitive Tai Chi.

During this eight-week outdoor course, we will learn and refine a variety of Tai Chi pushing hands drills. We will develop balance, resilience, fitness, sportsmanship and overall technical excellence.

We will follow the current state COVID guidelines for recreational sports:

  • You must wear a mask at all times.
  • If you have been exposed to COVID-19 within the past 14 days, you must not enroll in this class series.
  • If you begin to show signs or symptoms during this series, you must stop attending.

This course is intended for former and current students of Shoreline Tai Chi, with a minimum of 3 months prior experience. Please contact the instructor with any questions.

Course fee: $80 (Online registration available now)

Past Events

Tai Chi Push Hands Workshop

Saturday March 28, 2020
2pm to 5pm
Bitter Lake Community Center

Come and train in choreographed and freestyle methods of pushing hands, with other members of the Pacific Northwest Tai Chi community. All styles are welcome. A minimum of three months’ prior experience is recommended, to participate in this loosely structured event.

This event has been postponed. Check back later for updates.

World Tai Chi Day 2021

Saturday April 24, 2021
10am to 11am
Bitter Lake Playfield

King County is now in Phase 3 of the state COVID recovery plan. Outdoor gatherings up to 50 people are allowed. So let’s come together and practice Tai Chi!

We’ll meet at 10am, and practice the Yang style long form. Join in for one, or three times in a row, according to your preference. Please bring a mask and plan to remain six feet apart.