Tai Chi Youth NEWSLETTERS Posted Here
Starting now, Tai Chi Youth NEWSLETTERS will be posted here on this website.
Use the button above in the MENU BAR, "Newsletters," to keep up with current events and tournaments.
Use the button above in the MENU BAR, "Press Releases" for our archive and current press releases.
Please don't count on us to email you each month when we post a newsletter or press release.
So, VISIT THIS WEBSITE, once a month, or more, to keep updated.
Updates will be posted on the FACEBOOK TAI CHI YOUTH page. So "LIKE" our Tai Chi Youth page and we will try to keep you updated there, instead of by email.
Visit TOURNAMENT PAGE for more all registration, rules, and seminar information>>>
Chi Youth was launched in 1996, to provide youth at risk with the
education and exercise required to create better lifestyles and
futures for them. Since then, Tai Chi Youth programs have been designed for senior programs and working parents with only one class per week...
Tai Chi Youth is also where many adults rediscover "the youth within."
Our TCY programs have been taught in elementary schools,
middle schools, high schools, colleges, parks, YMCA, YWCA, rehabilitation
programs, and a maximum security youth prison. In each of these
school locations we proved that Tai Chi Youth can cure sleeping
disorders, health problems, drug addiction, obesity, and eliminate
the need for prescription drugs. Communication skills are also improved
which enabled students to attain and succeed in better jobs and
Scholarships have been provided
to a wide variety of youth at risk, Big Brother organizations, and
Big Sister organizations, resulting in many students claiming that,
"Tai Chi Youth saved my life." Help us help more of our youth by donating today to Tai Chi Youth.
Invest in the future by investing in our youth.
Make a difference in people's lives who will make a positive difference in people's lives...
donations to Tai Chi Youth provide programs and scholarships to
improve the body, mind, and spirit of today's youth.
Tai Chi Youth has proven in schools, rehabs, prisons, and church programs... that by teaching our students better lifestyles -- they make better decisions.