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in Dunedin, Indian Shores, New Port Richey, Oldsmar and Seminole.
The Taoist Tai Chi Society of the USA is a volunteer, non-profit organization. Recognizing the great potential of Tai Chi to improve health and alleviate suffering our founder, Master Moy Lin-shin, dedicated his life to making Tai Chi widely available. He established an international non-profit organization focused on helping others - the International Taoist Tai Chi Society. The International Taoist Tai Chi Society is the umbrella organization for the governance of all Taoist Tai Chi Society® associations around the world. All associations are incorporated as non-profit organizations and many are also incorporated as charitable organizations.
Branches of the Society, such as the Dunedin branch, are administered almost completely by volunteers, allowing income over expenses to be used in furthering the Society's aims and objectives. The volunteer aspect of the organization provides many opportunities for members to contribute their time and talents for the benefit of others, and often to learn new and valuable skills in the process. The volunteer spirit of the Society extends to instruction in Taoist Tai Chi® which is provided by accredited volunteer instructors.
People of all ages can learn the gentle turning and stretching movements of Tai Chi, which can be adapted to match any level of ability. Whatever one's state of health, Taoist Tai Chi® offers an effective way to maintain, improve or recover health.
We offer classes at our own centers, at local community centers and other public facilities. The Dunedin Branch of the Taoist Tai Chi Society® offers special classes for Senior Citizens and Health Recovery.
Through these classes, thousands of people have found the gentle movements of Tai Chi to be an effective therapy for a wide range of health problems, including poor circulation, high blood pressure, arthritis, back pain, breathing difficulties, and digestive and nervous disorders.
In keeping with the aims of the Society, all instructors are volunteers. An accredited Taoist Tai Chi® instructor must meet the standards set by Master Moy and continually upgrade his or her knowledge through attendance at regular classes and workshops. For the student, being taught by a volunteer means receiving attention that is motivated by enthusiasm and belief in the benefits of the art.
To ensure the same quality of instruction and consistency of purpose at all locations, meetings and workshops are frequently conducted at all levels of the organization. Members enjoy the fact that they can visit or transfer to any location of the International Taoist Tai Chi Society location and find the same style and quality of instruction, as well as the same friendly atmosphere and charitable orientation.
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