Liuhebafa (Water Boxing)

Tai Chi is an ancient Martial art, focused on health, rather than fighting, practiced daily by people all over the world. It is an art of of how to gently and continuously change, grow and avoid stagnation. Daily practice of Tai Chi offers a proven approach to lifelong dynamic health rooted in the cultivation of Qi.
Daily Practice leads to improved
Posture, Balance, Core Strength, Circulation, Flexibility, Attention, Concentration, Mood

Liu He Ba Fa means “Six Harmonies and Eight Methods”. Six Harmonies represents the unification of the body and mind, and the Eight Methods refer to practical physical applications.

Training in Tai Chi benefits all adults, including hard style martial artists, golfers and variety of athletes. It realigns the body and relieves the muscles and tendons from the stress of heavy use, while teaching more efficient and sustainable internal movement.
Fall 2022 : lessons start October 1

Private Lesson Availability 40 min, ($45):
Tuesdays 3:30-4:10, 4:10-4:50

Thursdays 3:30-4:10, 4:10-4:50

Saturdays 9:30-10:15, 10:30-11:15

For Information or Call:(925) 838–3820

The lessons are taught by Seta Lerma, who has been practicing Liuhebafa since 2005 and teaching since 2017.