Y.M.A.A. Tai Chi Ch'uan of Wisconsin is a branch of Yang's Martial Arts Association International (YMAA) which has schools across the world. Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming is the founder of that organ-ization. He is a Master of several Martial Art Styles and an Internationally known author of Qigong and Martial Arts Training books and materials. Angela Laughingheart first began Taijiquan studies with YMAA in 1991 and has been owner and operator of YMAA Tai Chi Ch'uan of Wisconsin since 2004. Angela recently returned from a 2.5 year stint at the YMAA Retreat Center in Northern California which included independent studies in Taijiquan & Qigong. We are now offering two Classes for Beginners interested in acquiring a foundation of the martial techniques of Tai Chi Ch'uan with an emphasis on health.
Lake Park Lutheran Fellowship Hall
2647 North Stowell Avenue
Saturday Morning Classic Tai Chi Ch'uan Classes:
October 7 through December 30 / 12 Weeks / $85.*
9AM - 10:20 Learn Part 1 of the Classic Yang Style Tai Chi Form. (22 Movements)
*Students registered for Saturday morning class will be able to attend the Taiji Qigong class
at no extra charge.
Part 2 will be taught January 6 - March 23, 2024.
Part 3 will be taught April 6 - June 22, 2024.
Wednesday Morning Tai Chi & Qigong
October 4 through December 27 / 12 weeks / $75.
10 AM - 10:50 AM
Tai Chi & Qigong Curriculum
Yang Style Mirror Image Tai Chi Sequence
Eight Pieces of Brocade
5 Animal Sports
White Crane Soft Qigong
- Mirror Image Taiji (16 Forms / Right & Left Sides)
- Yang Style Long Form/112 movements. (Taught in three separate sections).
- Tai Chi Qigong (Primary set, Coiling Qigong, Spinal Qigong)
- Tai Chi Ball Qigong, Stationary/Moving
- Pushing Hands/Stationary Basic Drills
- Centering - Neutralizing
- Tai Chi Saber & Saber Qigong (upon completion of Tai Chi Classic Form)
If you would like more information use the contact form or call today. (414-350-5248)
In person, or on Zoom, private lessons are available. Register on the Contact page.
Challenge levels for practitioners:
Drills can be performed standing or sitting.
Number of repetitions can be gradually increased.
Light weights can be held or worn.