Class Times, Fees & Office Hours


All Tai Chi and Qi Gong classes are held outdoors at Ocean View Park, in the Seabright neighborhood of Santa Cruz. The park is at the south end of Ocean View Avenue.Wear loose, comfortable, layered clothing for varied weather. In case of rain, class is cancelled.

For Tai Chi and Qi Gong information call (831) 325-6293. If the weather is questionable call by 8:30 a.m. Saturday or 7:30 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday for confirmation.

Click here for a map

Beginners are welcome

Tai Chi Classes

  • Tuesday and Thursday at 8 am (don’t leave . . . we’re always 5 minutes late)
  • Saturday at 10 am


  • $65/month for 1 class per week.
  • $75/month for 2-3 classes per week.
  • No drop-ins for Tai Chi.
  • You may take your first  class for $15, which will be applied to your monthly fee if you decide to continue.

Qi Gong Class

  • 9 a.m. Saturday and 8 a.m Tuesday
  • $10 drop in

Wear loose comfortable clothing and layers for varied weather.

Acupuncture Location, Office Hours and Fees

(831) 423-2037

Monday, Wednesday, Friday by appointment 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

  • Acupuncture treatments initial appointment, extended visit $100, follow-up treatments $85
  • Initial appointments last @ 1-1 1/2 hours, follow-up appointments last 1 hour.
  • Herbal medicine and supplement costs vary.
  • Arrive 15 minutes early to fill in registration paperwork.
  • Many types of insurance accepted, if acupuncture is covered by your policy

Please wear loose, comfortable clothing for acupuncture treatments.

17 thoughts on “Class Times, Fees & Office Hours

  1. Gabriela Alvarez

    Good Morning:

    Would you entertain offering classes during the week at a senior affordable housing complex in the Live Oak area? Please reply by e-mail. Thank you!


  2. gary gibs

    I am interested in coming to your chi gong class, however i have a meditation class at Mt Madonna at 7:30 saturday mornings. Is there any other time available or do you do offer private lessons?

    1. Post author

      Hi Gary, I’m really sorry that I missed this comment until today! Are you still interested in chi gong lessons? Saturday is our only class, although my husband Sid teaches private lessons. You can call me at 831 325-6293. Thanks, Wendy

  3. Amy

    I’m very interested in the Qi Gong class, but to attend would need to have my 6 year old join the class as well. Is there a suggested or recommended age?

    1. Post author

      Hi Amy, sorry I didn’t reply sooner. Your comment didn’t appear to me until today. I’d love to have you in class, although a 6 year old might find it very slow moving and boring.I’ve had teenagers in class before. You’re welcome to try it out. Again, so sorry about the delay in answering. Wendy

  4. Bob Magnante

    I would like to start tai chi with u guys. Can I just bring money to my 1st class on Tuesday or do I need to do it another way. ?

    1. Post author

      Hi Bob, yes, you can just show up on Tuesday. We meet on the path area close to where Oceanview Ave. dead ends at the park. We usually meet around 8:05. See you there.

  5. Don Levine

    This is for my 54-year-old son who lives off Ocean Street at N.

    I’m encouraging him to try Tai Qi, instead of aikido which he finds stressful.

    Where are you located?

    1. Post author

      Hi Don, Thanks for your interest. Our classes are at Ocean View Park. It is locate at the end of Ocean View Ave. Ocean View Ave. is just 1 block east of Ocean St., off Broadway. There is a map on my webpage under Class Times, Fees & Office Hours. You need to click on the link. Tai Chi is very gentle and easier than aikido for someone who is 54 (I’m 59). I look forward to meeting him. Wendy

    1. Post author

      Thanks for your inquiry. It is approximately 108 moves, more or less. It is known as the Chen Pan-Ling style. You can read more about it on the “About our Founder and Style” page.


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