Online Training


The great thing about this practice is it can benefit anyone. You can study Tai Chi-Qigong for the Health benefits, Martial Arts, Therapeutic benefits, Medical training, philosophical applications or the meditative side of the training.  Practicing Tai Chi on a regular basis will improve your mind-body connection and make you healthier than you have in years.

How Does It Work? Who Is This For?

Anyone who wants to improve their health or add a fun and challenging practice into their life. Also, if you have been practicing Tai Chi, but feel you have come to a standstill in your training this will help you move past your current hurdle. If you are an Instructor who is looking to develop your skills and add to your curriculum then this is for you. 

The Internal Martial Arts have been part of my life for over 35 years. I started teaching in 1988 and have spent my career seeking out the best teachers around the world to become a better practitioner and teacher. 

Why should you practice? The internal martial arts have many benefits and if you are at this site you have at least some idea of why they are so profound and beneficial. 

With these practices, there are 5 different directions you can take the practice.

The Martial Side Of The Training

The Therapeutic Side Of The Practice

The Medical Side

The Philosophical Study

The Meditative Or Spiritual Side Of The Practice

Through the years I have had over 25,000 students come through my martial arts academy and never once have I met two that followed the same path. This is one of the beautiful forms of art.

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What You Will Learn In Your Free Trial?

  • How to build a dynamic evolving practice that will help you accomplish your intended goals year to year.

  • How to use tai chi and qigong to become healthier and improve your mental well being.

  • How to develop a solid practice that will include daily rituals, active practices, and philosophical practices.

  • Warm-up and conditioning sets.

  • Tai chi forms.

  • Sitting, standing, and walking meditations.

  • Qigong sets, breathing strategies and the philosophical approach to a healthier lifestyle.

  • Instructor training and advanced curriculums.

  • Ongoing support with being involved in our community through our private facebook page and email access.

Here’s How It Works…

You have the option of a 2-week trial, monthly, yearly or lifetime memberships. 

Why is this program great? 
We are not going to throw a bunch of videos at you and tell you to sink or swim. Every week you will get two emails, each with a lesson plan for your next step in the program. For beginners, we recommend following these lessons at your own pace. There is no need to keep up with the pace of the emails. 

For our advanced students, feel free to work through the membership site as you like. Keep in mind, no matter what your skill level, it is best to go for quality and not quantity. 

14 Day Free Trial

Free Unlimited Access To Learning How To Build A Tai Chi Qigong Practice.

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Monthly Unlimited Access $29.95

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Annual Membership

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Lifetime Access Best Deal!!! $497

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Interested in Our Instructor Training Program?


At Level 5, they will not only be able to teach the curriculum but also have the ability to promote their students in our program.
They will have shown that they display core character traits that TCOL values and find essential for our instructors.

"I have been practicing Tai Chi for 12 years it has been great. I have more energy and still feel like there is something new around every corner."
Jessie Lindenberg
“…It definitely brings a calm into your life. Everything starts to seem a little more simple.”
Sandy Mcdonald

The heart of Tai Chi training is based on these three pillars: The Body, The Breath, and The Mind.
By developing all three of these areas you can become truly limitless.



  • Training the body is part of the foundation of any successful meditation practice. It begins with restoring good posture and alignment. Without restoring natural alignment we exist in a constant state of instability. This drains our energy and can lead to injury and illness. Try this now. Press up lightly with the crown of your head, look forward and up a few degrees out to the horizon, and take three deep breaths. Go ahead try it…. Improving the body improves the mind and spirit.

  • ​We all have our own personal perspective. It defines how we view ourselves and determines our response to the myriad opportunities in life. For almost EVERYONE, successful or not, their perspective was determined by chance. Our reactions to formative experiences added together; year after year; the good, bad and ugly all mixed in. Well, imagine you had no limits and could change anything about your behavior and worldview. By training the mind you will learn how to recognize old patterns and move toward desired patterns. Your increased mental awareness will give you the tools to make these changes more effortlessly than ever before.

  • ​The next stage of this training restores the breath. There is a direct connection between mental/emotional stress and how you breathe. Most of us have developed a Stress-Breath, a habit of shallow and artificially rapid breathing. Simply freeing the breath and developing the positive habit of deep, fluid breathing is a game changer for most people. From there we explore advanced breathing techniques. We can use these techniques to shift our mental state at will.

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The Mayo Clinic States that Tai Chi Chuan can help with:

  • Reducing anxiety and depression
  • Improving balance, flexibility and muscle strength
  • Reducing falls in older adults Improving sleep quality
  • Lowering blood pressure Improving cardiovascular fitness in older adult
  • Relieving chronic pain Increasing energy, endurance and agility
  • Improving overall feelings of well-being

Harvard University published that Tai Chi results in:

  • Increased Aerobic conditioning
  • Improved Balance
  • Greater Flexibility
  • More Muscle strength

And can aid in recovery from:

  • Stroke
  • Sleep problems
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Hypertension
  • Heart failure
  • Heart disease
  • Breast cancer
  • Low bone density
  • Arthritis

The NCCAM reports that Tai Chi and Qigong positively effects:

  • Bone health
  • Cardiopulmonary fitness
  • Balance and factors associated with preventing falls, quality of life and self-efficacy


“My stress level is down.. I’ve lost nine pounds [in less than 2 months]… I enjoy it!”

-Becca, A happy new member of our Qigong and Tai Chi community