TAI CHI WITH JOE

Learn Tai Chi at home and at your own pace

Welcome to Great Falls Taiji

Great Falls Taiji was created to help improve the quality of your life using evidence-based health therapies of Qigong, Tai Chi, breathing exercises, and awareness meditations.


Known as Chinese “yoga” or “meditation in motion,” Qigong (“chee-gung”) and Taiji (“ti-jee”) or Tai Chi are ancient Chinese forms of healing that reconnect mind and body awareness, while improving physical and mental well-being.

MEET JOE

As a lifelong martial arts student, I decided to combine that passion with an interest in alternative healing by becoming a licensed massage therapist and certified Qigong/Tai Chi Instructor.

 

Personally, I’ve participated in triathlons, running events, century bike rides, and obstacle course races, and, recently, I’ve become a disc golf enthusiast. With such an active lifestyle, I’ve had to learn how to take care of my body and recover from injury.

 

These experiences, along with my education and background, has provided me with a keen sense of body mechanics that helps inform and inspire my Tai Chi classes and bodywork.

“My goal is to help you regain and maintain an active, pain-free lifestyle no matter your age, ability, or physical condition.”

- Joe Harrigan, LMT, Certified Taiji Instructor

Joe's Qualifications

EVIDENCE-BASED QIQONG AND TAIJI CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR TRAINING WITH DR. YANG

CHEN STYLE SABER FORM TRAINING

PAO CUI, SECOND CHEN-STYLE FORM TRAINING

CHEN-STYLE ESSENTIAL 48 FORM TRAINING

BLACK BELT IN KENPO KARATE

NINPO TAIJUTSU, AIKIDO, AND CHIN NA TRAINING 

LICENSED MASSAGE THERAPIST

Testimonials

“I enjoy the variety of the movement, stretching, and meditation. My balance and flexibility have improved greatly over
the years.”

CONTACT ME WITH QUESTIONS & FOR RATES
  • Great Falls Taiji Facebook Page
  • Joe Harrigan LinkedIn

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Great Falls Taiji

134 Main Street
4th Floor
Lewiston, ME

Entrance behind
Pedro O’Haras