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Wisconsin Tai Chi Academy has formally released its ‘Tai Chi for All’ Inclusion Policy as a means of promoting a safe and accessible environment for everyone to be able to enjoy the benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong.

“… we believe that Tai Chi and Qigong have great benefits for all peoples, and we aim to make Tai Chi and Qigong available and accessible to anyone who would like to join us … regardless of age, gender identity, race or cultural background, sexuality, spirituality, or any other form of differentiation.”

The policy is supported by WTCA’s Code of Conduct which all members and participants in WCTA classes, events and other activities are expected to adhere to.


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In accordance with the recent changes to CDC Guidelines, WTCA has updated its COVID-19 Policy which applies to all attendees at classes and events. You can find this policy on the website under Classes and Events.

Key changes include: vaccinated attendees are no longer required to wear masks or socially distance unless required by the venue, per CDC guidelines, and temperature checks are no longer required at classes and events. Please refer to the policy for specific requirements.


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Given the high increase in Covid-19 cases in Wisconsin, WTCA has implemented a new Covid-19 Policy that will apply to all attendees at classes and events. You can find this policy on the website under Classes and Events.

This policy has been implemented in an attempt to ensure Wisconsin Tai Chi Academy can continue to provide classes and events while minimizing any risk to attendees during the pandemic.


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We’re masking up and social distancing and still enjoying our Tai Chi!

Thanks to our venue hosts allowing us to continue classes, and by following CDC and Wisconsin State Government mandates and recommendations, we’re still holding classes and practicing our Tai Chi!

Tai Chi offers many benefits that can help you make it through this pandemic. Not only is it a safe and easy way of maintaining physical activity, it can boost your immune system, ease stress, and clear your mind.

Wisconsin Tai Chi Academy welcomes all ages and all levels of experience to its classes. Find a class for you at our classes link.


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Wisconsin Tai Chi Academy is pleased to annouce a new class being established in Brookfield, Wisconsin.

Term 1 will commence Tuesday July 14, 2020 at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts, Brookfield, at 6pm. Classes will run for one hour and be grouped into ten week terms. WTCA expects to run four terms per year at this venue.

Initially WCTA will teach the Beijing 24 Forms to new students, however advanced classes are expected to commence in 2021.

WCTA looks forward to welcoming new students to this class!


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Wisconsin Tai Chi Academy is please to announce a new class being established in Evansville, WI.

Term 1 will commence Saturday May 25, 2019 at the Porter Town Hall, Evansville, at 8:00am. Classes will run for 2.5 hours and be held monthly with 4 months to a term. WTCA expects to run 3 terms per year at this venue.

Initially WCTA will teach the Beijing 24 Forms to new students, however advanced classes are expected to commence in due course.

WCTA looks forward to welcoming new students to this class!


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Welcome to Wisconsin Tai Chi Academy’s official website. We are in the process of organising classes and events for you to enjoy. Please check back regularly for updates.