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Great options for Tai Chi in the Washington area

Tai chi is great for beating stress. Here’s where you can take a class. Visit the Web sites for schedules and prices. Know of other tai chi classes in the area? Please leave a note in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

Capitol Hill Tai Chi, meets at Lincoln Park (11th and E. Capitol St., SE); 202-544-6035

Cloud Hands T’ai Chi, 5301 Tuckerman Lane, N. Bethesda; 4510 Cumberland Ave, Chevy Chase; 8505 Fenton St., Suite 202, Silver Spring; 301-562-0992

Great River Taoist Center, 1325 18th St. NW, #210; 202-785-1767

O-mei Wushu Kung Fu Center, 3852 Dulles S. Court, Suite #F, Chantilly, 703-560-1900; 2929-D Eskridge Rd., Fairfax, 703-560-1900; 15001 Dufief Dr., N. Potomac, 301-806-1475

Qi Elements, 280 Sunset Park Dr., Herndon; 703-435-4400

Shaolin-Do Kung Fu & Tai Chi, 4142 S. Four Mile Run Dr., Arlington; 703-880-6372

Shaolin Temple USA, 314 Victory Dr., Herndon; 703-787-0214

Song Ho Health Center, 805 Winhall Way, Silver Spring; 301-625-4801

T’ai Chi Ch’uan Study Center, 9911 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls; 4250 N. Glebe Rd., Arlington; 5454 Wisconsin Ave., Chevy Chase; 703- 759-9141

Tai Chi in Del Ray, 2402 Mt. Vernon Ave., Alexandria; 703-568-6932

Traditional Chinese Culture Institute, Locations vary, see Web site for information; 301-785-7505

True Tai Chi, 945 N. Monroe St., Arlington; 600-D Carlisle Dr., Herndon; 703-801-0064

Urban Tao Acupuncture and Herbology, 1608 20th St. NW; 202-253-0670

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