T'ai Chi Ch'uan

Stan  Swartz

    Stan Swartz, teaching T'ai Chi in Pittsburgh since 1982

contact Stan & Patty






   beginner T'ai Chi classes

   ongoing/continuing classes

   wellness programs


   private classes

class locations

Squirrel Hill / Church of The Redeemer

>  5700 Forbes Ave., PGH  15217

Regent Square / Wilkins School Community Center

>  7604 Charleston Ave @ S.Braddock Ave, PGH 15218

Mt. Washington / Chatham Village

>  655 Pennridge Rd., PGH 15211

Carnegie / Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall

>  300 Beechwood Ave., Carnegie 15106

South Hills / Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

>  1700 Bower Hill Rd., PGH 15243

T'ai Chi in the news ...

Green Tree Times, August, 2015

"Learning to Unlearn Through T'ai Chi", by Dena Rose

view:  GTT, Learning to Unlearn Through T'ai Chi.pdf

New York Times, September 28, 2010

Personal Health:  "A Downside to Tai Chi?  None That I See", by Jane E. Brody

view:   T'ai Chi - no downside-NYTimes.pdf

Jewish Chronicle, September, 2009

JF&CS pilot orogram offers seniors a way to maintain healthy brains

view: JF&CS pilot program - healthy brains-2.pdf

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, August 1, 2000

"A path to tai chi", by Rhonda Miller


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, August 1, 2000

"T'ai Chi Ch'uan practitioners find balance and energy in it's flowing motions", by Rhonda Miller


Pittsburgh Boomers, December, 2000

"T'ai Chi Ch'uan ... a way of reuniting body, mind and spirit

Pittsburgh Boomers, January, 2000

"Supreme Ultimate" Exercise for Boomers

Western Pennsylvania Dressage Association Newsletter, Feb. 2006

"T'ai Chi Ch'uan:  'groundwork' for the Equestrian", by Kristin Hermann