Free Tai Chi, Qigong Classes at Pima County Libraries  

making tai chi for health accessible to everyone

Ask your librarian.   As classes are scheduled, they will be posted on this website and on the library events calendar

Currently scheduled thru 2019 and into 2020:


stay tuned


Taft Wheeler Abbett Library Wednesdays at 10:15-11:15,

TAI CHI (4 lessons), 2020 Jan 8, 15,  22, 29

QIGONG (4 lessons)  2020 Feb 5, 12, 19, 26


Nanini Library.   Thursdays 2020 March 19 thru April 23 at 12:30 to 1:30

Ongoing. Joyner Green Valley Library, 11:30am to 12:30. ongoing (not 12/22),  with Donnie Poling and Mike Cline.


stay tuned


stay tuned


Columbus Library – Tai Chi for Health classes,  2:0-3:00,  2020 March  8, 15, 22, 29

Columbus Library  – Tai Chi for Health classes,  2:00-3:00  2020 September 6, 13, 20, 27

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Library Classes are free of charge and open to everyone.    Check you local library to see if they are planning to host a Tai Chi for Health class or series. m

No experience required.  Wear loose fitting, comfortable clothes and flat, well-fitted shoes.

Bring water to drink.  Everyone can participate, even seated.

Tai Chi for Health is safe, effective, fun for anyone who is interested in learning about the ancient art of tai chi.   Known to improve balance, mental clarity, relieve pain, create overall feeling of well-being. Gentle movement.  Can be done in a chair. Qigong warm-ups and cool-downs, introducing 6 tai chi forms.

NOTE:  Please check our calendar (‘agenda’ view is easiest) for classes in the community, lead by one of our Tai Chi for Health Institute Certified Instructors.   Our goal is to make Tai Chi for Health accessible to everyone, regardless of circumstances.

Visit the library website for further details:

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