T’ai Chi Ch’uan Winter Retreat, Yelapa , Mexico – February 17-23, 2018

Come join us playing Grandmaster Cheng Man-Ching’s short Yang form in sunny Mexico.

Beginners are welcome; lapsed practices are happily renewed, everyone can work at their own level.

Mornings are for t’ai chi sessions; afternoons for exploring, resting, etc.

Tuition: $650.00 US or Can equivalent.
Register for workshop with Judyth by December 10th: 206-361-4124

I am glad to announce that i have found what i feel is a good home for our winter T’ai Chi Retreats!

Casa Isabel is Yelapa’s longest operating, most divinely located guesthouse. It is located on “The Point,” away from town, and bordered by the ocean, a creek with two waterfalls, and unpopulated jungle. It is just above “Playa Isabel” the sandy, protected section of beach in the Banderas Bay.

The view from where we will be playing T’ai Chi is stupendous!!!

And the casitas i have reserved for us are charming and well kept:

as is the kitchen area that we will share:

I have already rented several of the casitas to make sure we will have the space we want. The cost of lodging will depend on how many of us attend.

The TCC Retreat is FEBRUARY 17-23.
Please arrive on Saturday the 17th. The last boat leaves Puerto Vallarta for Yelapa @ 4pm. The ride to Playa del Muertos from the PVR airport is @ 1/2 hour and you can purchase a ticket for the boat at the office then. Ask to be put off the boat at Playa Isabel…the gate to the casa is right there!

There will be a chili rellenos dinner for us the first night.
Classes will be 10AM-12N starting Sunday morning.
Breakfasts will be provided for us; for our other meals we can choose whether to cook as a group or walk to one of the very good restaurants that are nearby.
If you want to stay longer in Yelapa at Casa Isabel –as I will be doing– please do let me know and I can help make the arrangements for you.

I hope you will join us in Yelapa (which still does not have cars or trucks; burros and horses do most of the carrying) for a week of warmth, sun, camaraderie, and T’ai Chi Ch’uan.