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Tai Chi Instructor:
Brian Grennan
Brian Grennan leads his Tai Chi classes with talent, humor, patience, and just the right touch of rigor. Brian has been practicing and teaching Moy Lin-Shin Tai Chi for seventeen years. He is particularly gifted at breaking down complicated moves in a way that students quickly grasp. Brian fosters a caring and can-do attitude among his students. Brian also has trained a cadre of guides and corners to help you follow along--no matter how new you are to Tai Chi Maine. You will be able to see and follow a guide or corner from any beginner's position in the room, and you will always find
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Tai Chi Moves

Move 36 - High Pat on Horse
Move 37 - Separation Right Foot Kick
Move 38 - Separation Left Foot Kick
Move 39 - Turn and Left Heel Kick
Move 40 - Brush Knee and Twist Step (L)
Move 41 - Brush Knee and Twist Step (R)
Move 42 - Step-up and Punch Low
Move 43 - Turn and Chop with Fist
Move 44 - Step-up, Deflect, Parry & Punch
Move 45 - Right Foot Kick
Move 46 - Hit Tiger Left
Move 47 - Hit Tiger Right
Move 48 - RIght Heel Kick
Move 49 - Strike Ears with Fists
Move 50 - Left Heel Kick
Move 51 - Turn and Right Heel Kick
Move 52 - Chop with Fist
Move 53 - Step-up, Deflect, Parry & Punch

Moves 18 - 35
Moves 1 - 17


Tibetan White Swan
Tibetan White Swan tells the story of the journey through  life via Tai Chi and Yoga movements.  This form of Tai Chi has 27 moves and is a series of gentle movements that help improve memory and balance.  

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Beginner Tai Chi Class
​Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. at the Bridgton Town Hall 
​This class offers beginner's instruction on each of the 108 moves of the Tai Chi Form of Master Moy Lin-Shin, and Qigong breathing techniques. You are welcome and will feel comfortable in joining the class at any point. In addition to the encouragement and support of your fellow students; guides and corners are available to help you at each step along the way.
The concept of learning 108 moves may seem daunting, but you will be surprised at how quickly you will learn and how much fun it is. 
Please bring indoor shoes (to protect the gym floor) and wear comfortable clothing. 

Practice the Tibetan White Swan moves by watching Pomona 
at this site.​