Tai Chi New York



Tai Chi Classes

Our Empowering Gift to You:
You are invited to try a FREE Tai Chi class!

Choosing a Tai Chi school is an important decision. With a free class, you will feel informed and confident, with a strong sense of Nabi Su Tai Chi, students and teachers. In your free class, you will learn the opening Tai Chi move, basic Chi Kung exercises and Tai Chi walking. You will participate in the group class, get private instruction, and watch advanced students do the form.

Group Tai Chi Class

At Nabi Su your effort will be rewarded with tangible results. Come to class and you will grow. You will continue to develop for as long as you continue to practice. We can say this with certainty, because we experience it ourselves and see it in each other. We are committed to our practice, and we love to share it with you.

Contact us now to arrange your free class.

Private Tai Chi Classes

Private Tai Chi classes are available and can be flexibly scheduled for your convenience. Your private classes will be designed to meet your specific needs and goals in terms of skill, movement, posture, empowerment, understanding, stress reduction and health. All private classes are taught personally by Master Campora in the Nabi Su studio at 365 Canal Street. You can arrange one or two sessions to meet a specific short term goal, or you can arrange a longer series of classes for an extensive individualized Martial Arts program.

You may begin today by contacting Master Campora to discuss your goals and start creating your own exclusive private training program.

Corporate Classes

Corporate Tai Chi classes can be conveniently arranged at your office. You can choose a single introductory class, a series of ten classes or you can customize a different series of classes to suit your particular time frame. Click here for more information.



Above is a very, very short segment of the Nabi Su Yang Style long
form that was designed for beginners to practice on their own.
This video has the first three steps followed by a closing circle.




Above is a very short segment of the Nabi Su Yang Style long
form that was designed for beginners to practice on their own.
This video has a few more moves than the video above.