Shoulders Down, Inc. and Rising Phoenix T'ai Chi

T'ai Chi in Atlanta Public Class Schedule
Seniors' T'ai Chi, Movement Improvement T'ai Chi Schedule
Piedmont Wellness Center Class Schedule
Cate Morrill, Director
Harvey Meisner, Assistant Director
What are T'ai Chi and Qi Gong?
Our T'ai Chi Teacher, Master Yun XiangTseng
Our Atlanta Movement Improvement T'ai Chi and Traditional T'ai Chi Instructors
To Pay for Your T'ai Chi in Atlanta Classes and Workshops
T'ai Chi in Atlanta at Rising Phoenix Studio Information
Map and Directions to the Studio
Rising Phoenix T'ai Chi in the Atlanta Journal Constitution and USA Today
WebMD Article on Arthritis featuring our work
Programs Overview, Atlanta T'ai Chi and more!
Qi Balancing /Private Consultations and Phone Consultations
Kathy Sheahan, Instructor, Portland, OR
Special Programs for Special People
Contact Information

Just a few notes and words from our students appear below. Frequently we will feature a particular comment, other times a collection of comments, all from current students who wish to share their experineces with you. Intitials are used to offer privacy to our students. 

A few excerpts...

I couldn't walk fast or run anymore due to knee pain. I have gone back to running again and my knees are doing great!


This work has changed so many aspects of my life, physically, emotionally...


I can focus on the feeling of the movements and the energy when I am stressed at work, and I am then more productive and effective.


I have learned to relax when I want, get full of energy when I want, and share that great balance with my family.


My restless leg syndrome has stopped completely!

I was practicing in line at the bank, it helped with back strain.

I did T'ai Chi walk downhill on slippery driveway and did not slip.

I am feeling so much more flexible.

I have better balance and awareness of movement.

Most times I remember “shoulders down” to relieve stress.

My back feels better, balance is better, all around, I feel like a new me!

Usually I practice in the morning, and I can tell my legs are getting stronger.