Tai Chi Ch’uan and Qigong for strength, peace and balance.

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Basic Tai Chi Ch’uan and Qigong moves

Tai Chi Ch’uan is a mind-body exercise, also known as meditation in motion. It is a gentle way of moving to connect with nature, your inner and external self all while gaining strength and flexibility.

These practices are ancient – some dating back to 4,000 years ago. Millions of people in the world practice to gain strength, peace and improve their balance.

However, modern non-advocate clinical research continues to prove the regular practice of Tai Chi and Qigong provide seemingly endless benefits. Some notable studies have shown the improvement of symptoms of PTSD and Parkinsons Disease. Many have experienced better pain management, physical and emotional support for recovery from major and minor surgeries… The list goes on.

The program, taught by Amy Alderman, is a progression of learning simple to complex movements for people with a variety of abilities. We will practice a short form, a sequence of flowing movements. You will also learn meditative skills to bring balance, focus and peace.


$10 for individual classes
Punch cards for 10 classes are available for $90
(Yes, you may join at any time! It is easy to pick up.)
**Please inquire about military discounts.

You are welcome to try one class for free to see if it is a good fit.

If tuition is out of your reach, a sliding scale based on what fits your budget is fine.

Payments can be made by cash, check, via
Venmo @Amy-Alderman-13
or arranged otherwise by contacting Amy at


Next in-person session TBD

Free classes for veterans and loved ones

**Free seated tai chi classes for veterans and their loved ones are also available on Tuesday mornings in Dubuque, Iowa. Please reach out to if you are interested.

More in-person locations are being reviewed for future classes in the tri-state area.

Please contact Amy at if you have questions about attending classes, scheduling a session for your team or a workshop, or if you have other questions.

Meditation in motion.

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