Free Live Online Classes
Welcome to the Tai Chi Foundation Free Live Online Classes Schedule.
Here you will find ZOOM classes led by senior teachers in our school. When you select an online live class you will be redirected to the class organizer. You will then be sent an invitation to the class and instructions on how best to experience the class. To learn more about finding a school near you and to receive notices about free online classes and Tunings, sign up for our TCF Newsletter.
These classes are free, but if you wish to support the work of the Tai Chi Foundation, a not for profit organization, you can make a Donation.
These classes are suitable for all levels - from complete beginners to experienced tai chi practitioners.
New York City | Qi Gong for Relaxation and Grounding | Taught by Greg Woodson
Every Sunday at 12 p.m. EST
Please note new time is 12 noon
Los Angeles | Qi Gong for Relaxation and Centering | Taught by Margaret Olmsted
Every Tuesday and Thursday at 9 a.m. PST
Contact Margaret for registration information.
New York (Long Island) Qi Gong for Self-Healing & Balance | Taught by Tina Curran
Every Friday at 11:30 EST
Every Saturday at 1 p.m. EST
Contact Tina for registration information.
Portland, OR | Qi Gong, Meditation, 8 Ways & Form Practice | Portland School of Tai Chi Chuan
Every Saturday at 10 a.m. PST
Contact Portland STCC for registration information.
Classes for TCF Students
Existing students with TCF can also join the following classes offered by our teaching locations around the world.
We recommend you do not visit classes above your current level.
New York | NYSTCC
Every Wednesday at 6 pm EST
Join us for practice rounds - first thirds and whole form.
Long Island, NY | Tina Curran
Intermediate Form Rounds, Tuesdays at 12 pm EST
North Carolina, Chapel Hill / Durham | Edna Brandt
Fundamentals, Saturdays at 10:30 am EST
This class is open to students who know the full 37-movement tai chi form.
Seattle | Quiet Morning Rounds
Every day at 7:30 am PST
This practice session consists of 3 times through the first third, then 2 times through the whole form, led by a rotating cast of Seattle apprentice teachers.