Tai Chi

Tai Chi for Beginners – Free Classes
San Pedro / Culver City / Long Beach


Let’s Come Together Release Tension, Increase Balance and Feel Completely Relaxed with Tai Chi.
Tai Chi is a Graceful Series of meditative exercise movements that help promote physical and health, well-being and spiritual essence.
Some benefits may include relieving physical affects of stress and tension, reducing anxiety and depression, improves balance and stability, enhances mental capacity and concentration, promotes serenity, deep breathing and inner peace.

Join Us as we practice 24-form Yang Style, an ancient Chinese form that helps create a healthy balance of
Yin-internal energy with Yang-external energy.

We Suggest wearing comfortable clothing and bringing a bottle of water.
Please dress according to weather conditions – protecting yourself from both hot or cold temperatures.
These classes are free, they are made possible through contributions.

Who Can Do This? Anyone can learn Tai Chi – any age, all levels of fitness.
If there are any medical condition, injuries, pregnancy, etc. please consult with your doctor prior to attending.
Free Tai Chi for Beginners San Pedro.
We meet Saturday’s 9:45am
920 W Paseo Del Mar,
San Pedro, CA 90731
Classes are free; donations are graciously appreciated.

Our Awesome Tai Chi Members will meet on the grass overlooking the ocean -
Cross street are Paseo Del Mar and South Cabrillo Ave.
No need to sign up to attend :)

Free Tai Chi for Beginners Culver City.
We meet Sunday’s 9:45am
Dr. Paul Carlson Memorial Park
10400 Braddock Dr, Culver City, CA 90232
Classes are free; donations are graciously appreciated.

Our Awesome Tai Chi Members meet on the grass near the corner of Braddock Dr. and Motor Ave.
Free parking is available all around the park.
No need to sign up to attend :)

Free Tai Chi ~ Moving Meditation Long Beach.
Wednesday’s 12pm
5300 E. Eliot St.
Long Beach, 90803
Classes are free; donations are graciously appreciated.

Our Tai Chi Members will meet on the grass overlooking the water at Marina Vista Park.
We are between Colorado St. and Boathouse Ln.
No need to sign up to attend :)

All classes
We recommend wearing comfortable clothing and bringing a bottle of water. Please dress according to weather conditions – protecting yourself from both hot or cold temperatures.

Looking forward to seeing you there! :)
Instructor: Angie Sierra
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~ What People Are Saying ~
“Great class! A great way to relax, get exercise, raise energy and enjoy the outdoors. I’ve never done this form before and I really love Angie’s style – don’t stress about getting every move perfect before moving on, you can practice part of the form at each class and refine each section as you continue your practice. Will definitely be back for more.”
“The experience was surreal. I had my expectations and they were exceeded. Angie is a wonderful, positive and excellent instructor. I am definitely looking forward to next week’s class. It was a pleasure meeting the other attendees. Thank you Angie and I will see you next week.”
“Truly lovely & wondrous: the stunningly gorgeous view, calm, gentle weather, much like the techniques w/fantastic instructor & crew – sweet vibes for a good day! Really glad to attend & huge karmic kindness thx to Angie for giving our souls a marvelous uplift in an uncertain chaotic world. Hope to cross paths again w/all soon, cheerz & hugz!”
“My first ever Tai Chi instruction was the best. Angie is a patient and wonderful teacher. She explains the moves in an unhurried way so you get to practice each one and then puts them all together. I was very comfortable and it was the best day I’ve had in months. The members are all friendly and I loved that Angie took out time to share so we could get to know one another. This is the class I’ve been waiting for and can hardly wait for the next one. The rest of my day was full of energy and an overall feeling of peace and wellness. Thank You, Angie. You’re a phenomenal teacher and kind spirit. Namaste”

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~ Angie Sierra’s Tai Chi Story ~

“I’ll never forget the first time I came across Tai Chi. It was at a 5-day silent retreat. I was walking in nature and noticed a man underneath this beautiful tree moving in a slow graceful manner. I didn’t know at the time what exactly he was doing, but I was fascinated with the graceful, almost meditative-like movements. I stopped and sat in awe, wondering what this was, but I couldn’t ask him because I was at a silent retreat :)

As soon as I got home I Googled, “graceful meditative movements”, and Tai Chi came up.
I searched for classes in my area and found ‘Tai Chi Long Beach for Beginners’.
It only took attending 1 class to fall in love with the art. After a few months I then was invited to practice 3-days a week with a Master named Master Tâm at a Buddhist Temple in Long Beach Ca. There we practiced Tai Chi, Fan, Dao, Shaolin Cane and other like forms. Since then, I have become a Tai Chi Instructor, and my balance, focus and overall health has improved as a result of Tai Chi.”

Private Lessons are available upon request.
Price: $45 for 1hr
To schedule a private lesson email
Or text
(310) 701-1113

Tai Chi 24 Form – Front View with Angie Sierra
Tai Chi 24 Form – Back View with Angie Sierra
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3 thoughts on “Tai Chi

  1. Angie,

    It was a pleasure meeting you this past Sunday at Culver City.
    You are an Amazing instructor :()

    In addtion, I will gather a few individuals so that we can start a class in the Malibu Canyon / Calabasas area…

    Dean Theodore

  2. Hi Dean,
    It was wonderful meeting you, thank you so much for joining our class :)
    Excited for the possibility of heading your way!

    Touch bases soon!
    ~ Angie

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