Living in harmony with your true nature. 
Mindfully Aligning Energy for Mind, Body, Spirit Balance

Please check back later as our COVID 19 restrictions begin to relax. 
At the moment, all in-person classes are  on hold-or filled.
Zoom classes are $5/ 30 minutes and include warm ups & Qi Gong forms
and a closing meditation.
August: Mondays 1-1:30 
Contact me if you are interested and would like a link.

               If you are looking for a gentle, relaxing, full body workout,
then give Tai Chi & Qi Gong a try!  
                            Daily Harmony offers Tai Chi/Qi Gong at a variety of locations.     *Information such as what to expect in class, what to wear, etc. 
is located below class offerings. 
                           If you are new to class, or if you are an occasional drop in,                                         it is best to touch bases with an email prior to attending, or check Facebook for update


What is Tai Chi?

Tai Chi is an ancient martial art form that originated from Qi Gong in China about 1200 A.D. It is a blend of slow moving martial art movements and qigong breathing techniques to balance the body, mind and spirit. It works with one's life force energy known as "Chi," the energy field that permeates the body. This energy field can become blocked by illness, stress, negative thought patterns and poor diet, etc.  Tai Chi helps to rejuvenate and balance this energy field. The Yang Style Tai Chi is characterized by smooth, flowing movements and is focused on health and well being.


Benefits of a regular Tai Chi and Qi Gong practice may include:

*Reduced Stress & Anxiety               *Tones & Strengthens Muscles

                *Greater Flexibility       *Improved Cognition         *Improved Balance                                    *Increased Energy & Stamina             *Heightened Focus & Awareness


461 Pierson St., Crystal Lake, IL    www.fcc-cl.org
*Special Fee for these classes is just $5/person/class
No pre-registgration required, pay onsite, cash or check only
Beginning Tai Chi     Mondays: 10:15 - 11:15 a.m.  &  Thursdays 5:30-6:30 p.m. 
Become centered and relaxed while toning and strengthening your body as you learn Qi Gong and Tai Chi. Class closes with a short meditation. Chair options are available. Adults, 18yrs and up.  Please use the Contact Form on this page to register or for additional information.

at Young Masters Martial Arts and Fitness
110 S Johnson St, Woodstock, IL
         Beginner/Intermediate Tai Chi:         Tuesday mornings, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Please visit youngmastersfitness.com  for fees & registration


What are Tai Chi and Qi Gong classes like?

Class provides relaxing music with warms ups that gets your energy flowing, supports "range of motion" and includes Qi Gong forms. After warm ups, there is instruction and practice in Yang Style Tai Chi, ending with a meditation. Classes are generally 45 minutes to 1 hour in length, and there is time before, during and after class for socializing and visiting with other class participants.

What should I wear?

Wear loose, lightweight comfortable clothing. Some people practice barefoot and others wear socks or lightweight shoes. Bring water, and for outdoor classes, bug spray, sunscreen, etc. for your comfort.


Other Class Options: 

~Demonstration and introduction to Tai Chi/Qi Gong and Meditation for your group. Recent demonstrations at McHenry Villas, McHenry, Alden Senior Living, Huntley and Parkinsons Support Group, Huntley.

~Group and Individual Instruction is available.

~Chair classes are also available for groups.

~Mom/Tot Tai Chi with Healing Sounds 

Lyn also teaches:

Chair Tai Chi at Deer Path: A Supportive Living Community in Huntley

Chair Tai Chi at Carillon at Cambridge Lakes in Pingree Grove

Past classes have been held at:

The Garlands of Barrington

Crystal Lake Senior Services

Baxter Corporate Fitness-Round Lake

Chair Tai Chi-   Let me know if you are interested in a class.

Chair Tai Chi provides an alternative workout with seated, gentle movements for the whole body.  This class consists of meditative breathing techniques, warm ups, upper and lower body movements based on the Yang Style form of Tai Chi, and a few standing options for those who want a little more.  It is up to you to decide what is right for you.