My ultimate goal is to help to create a sense of 
equilibrium and harmony in my students lives." 

- Jing Shuai

Tai Chi with Music

Designed & Taught by Tao Tai Chi Studio * Jing Shuai

Community Oriented Project: Tai Chi with Music

The focus of this program is to incorporate a variety music from different cultures into this fun series of classes targeting different skill levels and ages. The goal is to learn and master basic Tai Chi movements along with an understanding of the art and the culture of Tai Chi which is an internal Chinese martial art practiced for its health benefits. The term Tai Chi refers to a philosophy of the forces of yin and yang, which are related to the moves.

Tai Chi with Music Series:

1. Tai Chi for the Art and Culture Explorer

2. Tai Chi for Boomers

3. Tai Chi for Soul Seekers

4. Tai Chi for Dead Heads

5. Tai  Chi with Chinese Music

    Jing Shuai would like to support local non-profit organizations 

    Jing is willing to offer this program as a fundraiser for non-profit organizations which are involved in music, therapy, environmental or humanitarian related causes, and it is also free for school programs which are exploring Chinese culture.

    Please feel free to Text Jing Shuai* at (845) 214-8579. 

    You may also e-mail her at:

    For regular Tai Chi class information, please

    2018 Tai Chi with Music Series:

    1.Tai Chi for Boomers 

          2.Tai Chi for Soul Seekers

          3. Tai Chi for Dead Heads 

               4. Tai chi with Chinese Music

    2018 Class Description: “Tai Chi with Music” incorporates Chinese Music, and your favorite music of the 60's, 70's and 80's into this fun series of classes to help you learn and master basic Tai Chi movements.  
    If you prefer drop in classes, please check the Roost Studio Class to review the large group class schedule.  Click on Tao Tai Chi Class Schedule” for private, small group, or intermediate class schedules. 
    Jing Shuai is a 16th generation protégé to the ancient Chinese Wu Dang San Feng martial arts lineage, and a Tai Chi instructor who is certified by the Mainland China Martial Arts Association.   Read More about Jing Shuai

    Jing's teaching principle is based on helping students understand and benefit from practicing Tai Chi in a relaxed, safe and friendly environment. 

    No experience is necessary, and each class is an independent theme. 

    There is growing evidence that Tai Chi has value in treating or preventing many health problems. However, it’s important that students understand the purpose of the various movements.

    To help students receive the maximum benefits from their daily practice, Jing Shuai has created her “Introduction to Tai Chi Series“for people who want to receive an overall understanding of the Tai Chi philosophy and to enhance their training regimen.

    Classes are also designed for all level of Tai Chi students to practice the fundamentals in order to develop a healthy regimen. Each class is an independent theme. No experience necessary. >>Current Tai Chi Class Schedule

    No Matter your age or fitness level, Tai Chi is for everyone.Read more about What is Tai Chi

    What is the primary difference between Tai Chi and Qi Gong?  Read more about Tai Chi and Qi Gong.