Rocky Mountain T'ai Chi Ch'uan

Teaching Yang style Tai Chi Chuan via the Cheng Man-Ching lineage in Boulder CO since 1977


New Beginning Class

Our next Beginning Form class will start on Apr 13 and run through the end of June. This class is now full. You can contact us to be put on a waiting list. But you can also start now with Tai Chi Elements and be ready for our next Beginning Form class. 

Getting started

You can start now with Tai Chi Elements. No experience needed; drop-ins welcome. Elements is offered on Tue afternoons at 4:30.
Students learn the Five Animal Frolics and the Form Sequences that underlie the complete tai chi form. Contact us if you're interested in joining or just drop by to join a class.

Tai Chi Elements at Cancer Center

On Friday mornings, we work with cancer patients at the Cancer Center at Boulder Community Hospital. It's a great opportunity for us to help people by sharing the art and its benefits.  This class is open to anyone dealing with cancer treatment whether at BCH or other facilities. Click here to see the BCH flyer. 

 

 

First Sunday

Our next First Sunday session will be on May 7. 

The first Sunday of every month is an open practice session for students of RMTCC who know at least the First Third of the form -- at Beth and Lee's home studio in Hygiene, starting at 10:30 AM.

Contact us for more info and directions

Lee's Latest Translation Effort

I revisited my translation of Yang Chengfu's Ten Essentials. And while I made a few changes to my translation, I focused my efforts on finding the connections between this work, the larger body of tai chi theory, and the even larger world of Chinese philosophy. Enjoy!

You can find all my translations on the Translations page.

Curriculum

We base our work at Rocky Mountain Tai Chi on the "practice tripod" defined by Professor Cheng: form, push hands, and sword.

We also incorporate practice of various qigong sets, fundamental drills, standing meditation, and internal work.

See a description of our classes for more information.

Questions? See our FAQ.