Membership involves paying $5 per class for study materials and print costs. (Pay at time of class)
**FIRST CLASS FREE** **Private Instruction Available**
Social outings are no cost to members and their families.
Roger has been a practitioner of the martial arts for 50+ years. He started his training under Gil Hibben and Sensei Kiyoshi where he earned a black belt in Judo. In addition to Judo, he studied Kenpo Karate under Master Ed Parker, Mills Crenshaw, Casey Clayton and Terry Arnell; earning himself a 4th degree black belt. In 1972, he studied Tai Chi Chuan , Qi Gong, Pa Kua Chang, Hsing I Chuan, under Casey Clayton and Master Chen San Wu. He has also studied the internal martial arts with many other high level masters from China.
Roger's formal education includes 3 years of biophysics, which he applied to his already vast knowledge of the martial arts, and a Microsoft Systems Certified Engineer (MSCE) Certification. Roger is experienced in working with students of all ages and abilities. In addition, he has owned and managed martial arts schools in several states.
Tamalyn has been a practitioner of Tai Chi Chuan and Qi Gong for the past 10 years. Prior to the practice of Tai Chi she taught yoga classes to seniors. Her formal education includes a Masters degree in Rehabilitation Counseling with a specialty in Gerontology. She has a strong interest in body-oriented therapies and has a private practice in Massage Therapy. In addition, she has worked in the medical field as a bereavement counselor in a Hospice setting. For many years she has sought out a therapeutic system that could heal and transform on all levels of being; body/mind/spirit. She found that Tai Chi Chuan had all the qualities that she was looking for in a healing system. Currently, she teaches Tai Chi with Clark County Parks and Recreation, the YMCA and at the Atria Sutton Assisted Living Facility.
Events: World Tai Chi Day 2014
West Flamingo Park
6255 W. Flamingo
Las Vegas, NV 89103
April 26, 2014 @ 9:30-11:00 AM
Warm-ups begin at 9:40 AM; at 10:00 AM we will begin practice of Yang Style Long Form (1st Section). Followed by an introduction to the Tai Chi Ruler. On-going students and visitors welcome to attend.