Roswell Tai Chi - Tai Chi & Qigong classes 102 Russel Rd. Roswell, GA 678-521-9855


Roswell Tai Chi News:

William CC Chen at the Roswell Tai Chi Seminar with Brian Sutton & students

Brian Sutton, of Roswell Tai Chi 
hosted a one day workshop lead by 
Grand Master William CC Chen. Topics   
covered at the 2017 Roswell Tai Chi  
Summer Seminar were proper body mechanics for health and martial arts as 
well as form refinements and the use of Acupuncture points in the practice of 
Tai Chi Chuan. 

Brian Sutton, instructor/owner of Roswell Tai Chi offers group Tai Chi & 
Qi Gong (pronounced Chee Gung) classes as well as private instruction at the Heron House studio in Roswell, Georgia. Brian teaches the art in a variety of settings including parties, universities & the corporate setting and our private studio. 

View from the Roswell Tai Chi front studio
Roswell Tai Chi studio

View from the Roswell Tai Chi back studio

In recent years Tai Chi has revealed itself 
as a multifaceted activity for all ages, with countless health and wellness benefits. 
Roughly translated as the grand ultimate fist, 
Tai Chi (or T'ai ji quan) was originally taught as a highly advanced martial art. Also a powerful form of meditation, Tai Chi brings the practitioner's 
focus (or mindfulness) into the present moment. 

At Roswell Tai Chi we strive to bring all elements of this incredible art into our teaching & training. Roswell Tai Chi is proud to offer instruction to students in the Atlanta, Buckhead, Perimeter, Dunwoody, Roswell,  
Town Center, Marietta, Kennesaw, Milton, Alpharetta, Mountain Park, Woodstock, Canton, Johns Creek areas of the greater Atlanta area.

Please see the 
Tai Chi Schedule Page for descriptions 
and hours of classes

Brian Sutton and students of Roswell Tai ChiRoswell Tai Chi students practicing Tai Chi
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