High Lands Tai Chi
How we began
Dr. Craig Beuttler began the Martial Arts Academy in Covington, Virginia when he moved to the area in 1996. He taught Yang style Tai Chi, Qigong, and Kenpo Karate in both beginner and advanced classes until his departure to return with his family to his native state of California in July of 2003. Yang style Tai Chi is one of the most popular forms practiced in our country today.

The new High Lands Tai Chi was established in June 2003. by Robert Phillips, an advanced student of Dr. Beuttler, is the instructor for the class. Class instruction includes Cheng Man Chings 37 Hand Form, Yang style Fan and Cheng Man Ching's 37 Form with the Cane.
Keith Richmond is an instructor for the 37 Hand, Fan and Cane forms, and Qigong.

Benefits of Tai Chi

Tai Chi is one of the healthiest forms of exercise taxing the entire system with little risk of injury. Note: However one should always consult your doctor before starting any exercise program.

It can:
Deliver more oxygen to the tissues.
Expel more carbon dioxide.
Increase the amount of tiny blood vessels throughout the bodyphatic.
Make vessels more flexible.
Result in better sleeping habits.
Lessen Fatigue.
Lower Blood pressure.
Improve cardiovascular function.
Lower triglyceride levels.
Stimulate lymphatic system.
Increase flexibility and tone the muscular system.
Increase the density of bone by forcing the bone to bear the weight of the body mass as you shift your weight when performing Tai Chi postures.


High Lands Tai Chi, established in June of 2003, is located in the Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 138 N. Maple Ave, Covington, Virginia Classes are on Tuesday and Thursday, 12 noon until 1 pm.
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Bob Phillips, Instructor Qigong, Beginners Hand Founder High Lands Tai Chi
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Keith Richmond, Instructor Hand Form, Cane
Form, Fan Form, and Qigong