Welcome to Tai Chi With Lu

Where We Celebrate the Gift of Tai Chi 

Lu Molberg, Sifu Master 

Author of   "Lead With Chi"

Tai Chi is an internal energy practice for health, strength, and relaxation.

We believe in the power and potential of chi energy within ourselves and throughout the universe.

We honor Pao Peter Lee, our lineage, who brought Tai Chi to the
Coachella Valley and taught with love and respect rather than a desire for fame or personal gain.

Check out the new blogs on Internal and External Practice, and the Role of Lineage and Tradition!

The Yang Family Form

Tai Chi

...is an ancient Chinese exercise that gathers, circulates, nurtures, directs, and releases vital life energy or chi. It is a tool for health preservation, self protection and mental calm, and is practiced slowly and deliberately with root, relaxation, and mental intention and focus.

As a passive martial art, Tai Chi is rooted in the basic values of all martial arts; respect for self, respect for others, respect for the opportunity and responsibility to learn, and respect for those who pass on the teaching.

Benefits of Tai Chi Practice

Some of the primary benefits of practice are seen in posture control, balance, overall strength, sensitivity and awareness, flexibility and agility, coordination and reaction time, and self confidence. The incidence of falls is lower in those who practice Tai Chi.

Research also indicates that regular Tai Chi practice can positively affect cardio-respiratory and immune function, memory, hypertension, quality of sleep, bone density, cancer side effects, organ function, asthma, multiple schlerosis, arthritis, anti-aging enzymes, and sex hormone levels.

Tai Chi Originated

...as a tool for health and longevity, but was also used for self protection. Its early origin can be traced back over one thousand years. The original thirteen-posture form is said to have developed in the Wu Dang Temple in the late 1300’s. Tai Chi later grew as distinct forms rooted in different Chinese families.

The Yang Family Form

...is the most practiced tai chi form world wide. It is attributed to Yang Lu Chan "The Unsurpassed" (1799-1872) who is purported to be the Father of the Yang family form.



YouTube Video

Tai Chi With Lu Beginning students demonstrate First Segment 108 Yang Form at the River, Ranch Mirage, CA., Chinese New Year Celebration.  (Click on photo to play video)

Coming Events  

Annual Student Demonstration

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 5:00 pm

Amphi theater at the River

Rancho Mirage, CA.

World Tai Chi Day Celebration

Saturday, April 28, 2018  10:00 am

Sunnylands Garden, Rancho Mirage, CA.

Tai Chi With Lu Class Schedule

Friday Mornings with Sifu Master Lu

Palm Desert, CA.  Center for Spiritual Living, 45-630 Portola

Beginners 10:00 am Intermediate 9:00 am    Charter/Advanced 8:00 am           $7.00 charge 

New students always welcome.  Please call and arrive early to register for the first class.  760 325 1047    lmolberg@aol.com

No classes Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year weekend.
No classes in January, June, July and August


SIFU JAS Classes     

Monday at Palm Springs Center for Spiritual Living
6:00 pm  intermediate        7:00 pm beginners    $7.00

Wednesday mornings at Palm Springs Center for Spiritual Living
Call for times  Beginners welcome        $7.00

Saturday at 10:00 am, Sunnylands Center and Gardens, Rancho Mirage, CA.   November through April.  Complimentary  
Information:  760 902 9511



Wednesday, 10:00 am  New class begins January 3, 2018
St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, Palm Desert
$64.00 for 8 weeks                  Information: 760 668 8382


SIFU LEA Classes

 Inter Valley Health Plan, 555 Sunrise Way, Palm Springs
10:00 am beginners    10:30 am intermediate

Wednesday, 10:00 am, Comprehensive Cancer Center, Desert Regional Medical Center, Palm Springs       $7.00

Cathedral City Senior Center, 37171 W Buddy Rogers
Wednesday 2:00 pm beginners         2:45 pm intermediate
$3.00 members        $5.00 non members

Information  760 328 9327