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Admission: $5


Continuing the ongoing effort in advocating for mental wellness, the Museum of Chinese in America is honored to invite Master Sherry Zhang to conduct a Tai Chi workshop for mental wellness. The essence of Tai Chi as a path to mental wellness lies in its harmonious blend of movement, breath, and mindfulness. This ancient martial art, known for its slow, flowing motions, acts as a moving meditation that nurtures the mind, body, and spirit in unison. It’s not just an exercise for physical health but a practice for mental and emotional balance, offering a tranquil sanctuary from the stresses of everyday life.

In this 90-minute Tai Chi workshop designed for mental health, participants not only learn about the mental health benefits of Tai Chi but also leave with practical skills and experiences that can motivate them to continue practicing on their own and exploring Tai Chi further.

ABOUT Master Sherry Zhang

Sherry Zhang is a master instructor and the founder of TaiChiSolution Inc., celebrated as an instructor in a New York Times article, and serving as guest faculty at Sarah Lawrence College as well as faculty at Pacific College of Health and Science. Her publication, “Tai Chi Chuan and its Benefits,’ in the Journal of Clinical Medicine and Therapeutics, represents a significant contribution to the body of academic literature on Tai Chi, reflecting her commitment to bridging traditional practices with modern scientific understanding. With over a decade dedicated to sharing the ancient art of Tai Chi with health professionals in New York City, her professional journey began in her homeland, Si Chuan, China. Starting Wushu (Chinese martial art) training at the tender age of six, she later became a Wushu athlete. After completing four years of college in physical training and education, she had the privilege of working for the Chinese Wushu Association and the Chinese Wushu Research Institute for 15 years in Beijing. Armed with decades of experience as an athlete, referee, administrator, and educator as an associate professor, she has a deep understanding of the art’s intricacies. Sherry’s extensive background, from her early beginnings to her scholarly achievements and contributions to health and wellness, highlights her as a leader in the Tai Chi community and an advocate for its integration into healthcare practices.

The Museum of Chinese in America is committed to making public programs accessible to the general public regardless of economic background. If the ticket price is preventing you from attending the event, please contact us.
Due to limited space, we regret to inform you that we are unable to issue refunds for any reason once your registration is confirmed.
April 25, 2024
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm