Malcolm Lewis, PhD, LAc, Dipl Ac

ACUPUNCTURE                            NUTRITION                            TAI CHI                            QIGONG
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VIDEO -- "Introduction to Tai Chi"
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 ~ 2020  TAI CHI ~     

with Malcolm Lewis, PhD, LAc 

~ The body needs movement, the mind needs rest. ~


Improve Energy  ~  Balance  ~  Postural Alignment
BodyMind Harmony  ~  Moving Meditation


APRIL 6 - MAY 13

"Sheltered-In-Place" Tai Chi Practice
   in keeping with
Social Physical Distancing 
       while encouraging 
     Social Solidarity

These are times when we will be practicing together "remotely"
wherever we are "sheltered".  

The class times are guidelines wherein
 you may practice for however long
you feel is best for you
 on a given day.  

Practice whatever you know
and feel moved to explore
within the context of "moving" and/or "stationary" TaiChi/Qigong/Meditations.

Begin your practice with a mindset of intentionally sharing your time with all who are also practicing.

Monday Evenings

Tai Chi  
7:00 - 8:15pm  

Wednesday Mornings
  Tai Chi
10:00 - 11:15am

Note: Group practicing "live and in-person" while be determined based upon prevailing community health guidelines, both for in-door and out-door gatherings. 

For further information, and to be included in the mailing list,


               A Professional-quality Tai Chi practice DVD is available upon request.


-- Beginners Always Welcome --


** My approach to sharing Tai Chi as a movement art emphasizes both the health benefits which are naturally inherent in Tai Chi practice and the concomitant benefits of postural alignment practices which not only make Tai Chi more enjoyable, but are also capable of clearing long-held blockages, enabling one to live a more pain-free, active life.  The posture alignment exercises which are shared in class are based upon the specific practices and principles of The Egoscue Method. **

Click HERE for a summary of the Benefits of Tai Chi Practice

Tai Chi
classes emphasize the fundamental principles underlying the beauty and grace of the Classical Yang Style Tai Chi Long Form.  Students are guided through the movements of the Tai Chi "set" which builds strength, flexibility and balance while improving circulation and deepening relaxation. Further practice explores the details and depth of the more advanced movements with an increasing focus on mind-body-breath coordination. 

Qigong for Health

Basic qigong practices for reducing toxic stress, clearing energy blockages, improving mental clarity and enhancing physical vitality.  These simple exercises are easy to learn and may be done standing or sitting, depending upon each person’s physical capabilities.  Relaxation is a key component to practice which leads to the coordination of smooth movement, calm breathing and peace of mind.  Qigong holds the potential of a life-long health and healing foundation, which may be practiced with benefit at the most basic to the more advanced levels.

Qigong (pronounced "chee-goong") describes a Chinese Exercise system with a 5,000 year history that focuses on cultivating and attracting "Qi" or "Life-Force" energies. The primary goals are to eliminate excess tension, clear energy blockages, and purge toxic emotions from within the body's tissues.  Additional benefits include strengthening and balancing the internal organs and bio-electrical energy of the body.

The movements are gentle, slow, smooth, and elegant.

There is tension and relaxation, movement and stillness,

together with harmony of mind, breath and body. 

Malcolm Lewis, PhD, LAc has a background of over 35 years experience practicing and teaching "Tai Chi For Health & Longevity".  He has offered classes through the Mt Shasta Recreation and Parks Department since 1997.  Dr. Lewis maintains a private practice at Good Medicine Clinic focusing on natural health principles and incorporating acupuncture, clinical nutrition and energy-balancing therapies within a holistic perspective.

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