remove your shoes upon entering
We have newly refurbished this space, and have added comfortable padded carpet.
Practicing t’ai chi on carpet requires slightly better balance than on a hard floor, so greater leg strength
and balance coordination is developed. Softer surfaces are easier on the knees and spine, and provide us
with the opportunity to practice barefooted, or in stocking feet, which also helps develop the muscles in the legs, feet and
ankles. In order to keep this surface fresh and clean for all of us, we have implemented a “no street
shoes” policy in the studio. There is a shoe rack directly inside the studio door, and you are requested to remove your
shoes at that point. Feel free to wear socks, go barefooted, or bring “studio shoes” of your
choosing, which should have a smooth sole for easy movement on the carpet. These shoes can be of any type,
but just worn in the studio and not on the street.
you wear orthotic or corrective shoes or have certain footwear needs, you are, of course, exempt from this request.
We provide teas for your enjoyment before and during class, and we have installed a “drinks
shelf” along the studio walls. You are also welcome to bring any drinks with you.
We request that there be no food in the studio, except for specific dietary needs, such as for those of diabetics.
We will be at the studio approximately 10-15 minutes before class starts. Feel free to come
and settle in, ask questions, have some tea. Please try to arrive on time for classes, as we will begin
at the designated times, but do not fret about being late on occasion; still come to class, and relax.
Where to park,
a few details on our location. Driving directions are linked below.
We are located at the corner of Euclid and Austin Avenues in
Inman Park/Little 5 Points, address above. We are located just downstairs from the Horizon Theatre. The best directions can
be found at the mapquest link above, but if you need other instructions from your specific location, please feel free
to contact us. There is well lighted parking behind the building. Please park there
and enter through the door in the center of the building. There is a slope down once you enter.
Walk straight and you will see our door. Suite 002.
There is also a no-steps access, please ask us for those directions into the building.
We look forward to seeing you! Please
email us with any questions or concerns, and we will be happy to address any issue. Thank you and Great