Taiji and Qigong Classes in Marin and Oakland

Ongoing Class Schedule

Tuesdays in Oakland:

Beginning Taiji 5-6pm

8-week course from February 20 – April 10, 2018

8-week course from April 17 – June 5th, 2018

each course $160

Thursdays in Marin:

Qigong, All Levels 4:30-5:30pm

Taiji, Intermediate Level 5:30-6:30pm

Cost per class $20

Interested in joining us? Call or email prior to enrolling or attending. Our schedule may be subject to change.
(415) 450-8071    info@evergreentaiji.com

Marin Classes are located at the San Rafael First Presbyterian Church, 1510 Fifth Ave, San Rafael, CA 94901

Oakland Classes are located at Studio Naga 5850 San Pablo Ave, Oakland, CA 94608


New Beginning Taiji Class in Oakland

Registration is required for each 8-week course

February 20 – April 10, 2018

April 17 – June 5, 2018

Each course $160



 Private Lessons 

available now in Oakland and Marin County. Individual lessons to accelerate or fine tune your practice.

“The benefits of Taiji, as I have experienced them are an increased awareness of the body, both spatially and kinesthetically, improved balance and flexibility, and a centering and grounding in the midst of a very busy schedule.  Sally Chang has a profound knowledge of Taiji, and her gracious, kind, gentle, and professional mannerisms make it a pleasure to study under her.”

–Ellen Rankin

“Sally is a remarkable healer and teacher. She is wise beyond her years. She not only provides excellent intervention with acupuncture and herbs, she gently and skillfully encourages good health habits without being preachy. It is a bonus that she also teaches Qi Gong and Taiji. She demonstrates a strong commitment to promoting wellness and does it with great compassion and light humor.”

–Alicia B

“Excellent pacing, clear instruction –building slowly and completely. I am encouraged to practice on my own. I love your combination of serious focus and gentle humor along with your knowledge, which you share so generously. Thank you.”

–Beau L.

“To connect with others and practice was the most meaningful for me today. It was great to be part of the energy. The concepts behind Qigong and Taiji are always the most useful and the idea of balance and flow always being in flux was the most relevant for me this weekend. Great inspiration!”

–Josh B.

“The wise reminders to not judge oneself and start where you are –physically and mentally were so meaningful. I experienced tapping in and honoring the wisdom of using energy more wisely, respecting my age and body condition –with all its injuries, and working within a comfortable limit. Great class!”

–Cathy M.

“Sally’s skill and wisdom as an acupuncturist takes form as teacher. I have been a Taiji student for 5 years. I am not a very ‘disciplined’ person. I now find myself a devoted student, and easily devoted. There is awakened perception in the body, smother response to all the moving parts of life, elimination of wasted energy, and living in harmony with my body in this world.”

–Paula Zand

“Last year, my husband and I were looking for a longevity practice that could help sustain the quality of our lives and health. I first met Sally as a Qigong teacher and was impressed by her presence, the quality of her movement & her attention to detail while seeing the bigger picture. All of that also translates into her work as an acupuncturist. When I went to her for treatment, I experienced how her dedication to her own practice informs and grounds the artistry of her fine healing work. “

–Dee O’Neal

“Sally Chang is a gifted teacher who makes the complex art of Taiji accessible to people of all ages. She transmits the form clearly and with unending patience. In the three years of study with Sally I am aware of my increased ability to concentrate as well as much greater balance, flexibility, strength and stamina. Most of all my sense of inner serenity has deepened. These gifts from of the practice of Taiji are so beneficial to someone over sixty!”

–Barbara Alexander