CK Chu Tai Chi
Year of the Snake Creeps Down
20 DECEMBER 2013

The first Special Class of 2014 will be Meditation 1. This class will be taught by Evan Wilson on Wednesdays at 5:30 starting January 8th. The cost will be $245 for 10 weeks. (Sign up and pay by check or cash before January 2nd save $10.) Sign up today!

Our first workshop of 2014 will be Nei Kung. It will be held Sunday, Jan. 26th from 1-3:30pm. Sign up early for discounted rates.

Seasons Greetings from CK Chu Tai Chi! We look forward to seeing you in 2014!

The memorial issue of Tai Chi Magazine has arrived. It has a special write up on Grand Master C.K. Chu as well as a few tributes from students. You may purchase a copy in the office for $6.

Here's what's going on:
More Details on Changes at School

Next Thursday, the 26th at 6:30, will be a Continuous Form Class. Our new schedule goes into effect January 3rd. You can see the new schedule here.

In 2014, there will be changes to fees charges at CK Chu Tai Chi. A single 7:30 am morning classes will be $12; 6 used in a month $60; a monthly unlimited 7:30 am pass is $75. Fighting II quarterly dues will be $130 (or $10 a single class).


To encourage you in your resolution to do more tai chi, we will help get you going in 2014 with our CHI EXPRESS PASS. For $150, you get 10 Eternal Spring or Nei Kung Classes with no expiration. This pass will only be sold in January. Don't miss this!


We move to exercise the body but we sit to take care of the mind. If you have every witnessed the suffering of elderly persons struck by brain degeneration, you have probably said, 'I hope that's not me.' Experts say we can do many things to avoid brain degeneration as we age: eat right, make appropriate lifestyle choices, exercise and MEDITATE. Don't put this off any longer. Meditation I begins January 8th. In this class, we will read Chu Meditation together and learn Grand Master Chu's 5-step meditation technique.

Pledge Drive
The Tai Chi Chuan Center has launched its annual fundraising drive. It is no exaggeration to say that the school's survival depends on the center. As the NPR folks would put it - if you enjoy the fact we are here and want us to continue, then please, if you can, make a donation to the Tai Chi Chuan Center.

Year of the Horse Banquet
This year, Chinese New Year falls on February 1st, 2014. Preparations are being made for a banquet. We will update you soon. Update: the date is not yet set but it will be much later than it has been in the past.