Everett, WA
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Everett Tai Chi Instructors

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  • 6 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
Mary W.
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I met Julia and asked her to come get me started with Tai Chi. She provided some introductory written information about it and explained the way Tai Chi is done. She also explained about the benefits for the whole person. She gave me private instruction. She came to my home on time. Julia is very respectful of each individual's unique needs and a very pleasant person to work with. Due to a huge change in my personal schedule and demands on my time, I cannot continue which is very disappointing. I would try to go to a class of hers if I had the opportunity. What impresses me is Julia herself and her sensitivity to persons and their needs. She is an giftt to anyone who works with her.

  • 5 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Jean T.
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Mr. Scott is extremely knowledgeable and understood and delivered on our objective of getting the basic self defense instructions. We're looking forward to our next lesson!

  • New on Thumbtack
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We offer instruction in traditional Yang Family tai chi chuan forms that includes the hand (long), sword, and saber forms and push hands.

  • 6 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Ruth E.
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I have been taking Tai Chi classes for about 16 months, and doing the free Saturday morning class for longer than that. (at either Third Place books in the winter, or Virgil Flaim park the other seasons). Dan is wonderful. He's very patient, and great at giving just the piece of feedback that helps me make progress. Tai Chi is not just movements, but also connection to your 'center' and breath. Dan knows tons about how Tai Chi connects to the other martial arts, as well as to Chi Gong and Chinese Mediine. Classes are small (except the free one, which might have 15-30 people in it). And the prices are very good, much lower than most places.

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