Announcements and Upcoming Events
New Class Schedule Begins November 1st:
Classes are offered via Zoom. See our "Classes/Pricing" page for more information.
During these challenging times, we appreciate everyone's commitment to Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan. Keep inspiring each other to elevate our practice!
New Mailing Address - We're Moving!
With the uncertainties brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, we have decided to stop in-person training until it is safer to do so. We are temporarily closing the Academy to direct our resources to online training. It has been a wonderful space that we’ve enjoyed for many years, but it seems like the right time to move on. We will be looking for a more convenient and potentially larger space in the spring when we hope it will be safer to train indoors.
Our new mailing address as of October 1:
Wu’s Tai Chi Chuan Academy-Ann Arbor LLC
23636 Michigan Avenue, Suite 638
Dearborn, MI 48124
Awarded 2020 Best Tai Chi School in Ann Arbor!
We are honored to be recognized by "Best of Ann Arbor 2020" in the category of Tai Chi School! Much gratitude to our Chief Instructor, Sifu Genie Parker, for her instruction and guidance. Many thanks and sincere appreciation to our students and the Ann Arbor community for this special distinction!
Delayed until 2021: International Wu-Style Tournament and Exhibition, originally scheduled for July 23-27, 2020, Downtown Toronto. Stay tuned for updates!
Learn more about Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan at our Federation site
Through Sifu Genie, who is a disciple of Grandmaster Eddie Wu Kwong Yu, the Academy has direct lineage to the International Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan Federation and is certified by the Wu family. Grandmaster Wu is the head of the fifth generation of the Wu family and the Gatekeeper of Wu Style. He visits the Academy at least once a year, providing instruction and guidance.
The school is headed by Sifu Genie Parker, Chief Instructor-Midwest, who has over thirty years' experience training and teaching Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan. She is the first non-Chinese woman to take on disciples for the Wu family, and only the third person in North America to be so honored.
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