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Thank you for your interest in Tai Chi.

Tai Chi has been practiced worldwide for thousand of years and can be traced back to the early 17th century in most Chinese cultures. There are many different styles of Tai Chi that derive from Fu, Chen, and Yang styles. What I teach to my students is a Tibetan form of the Yang style. Tai Chi in short can be referred to as "Meditation in Motion".  I teach simple slow movements that create a series of forms. 

My name is Heather Grzech.

I am from Baltimore, MD. I practiced martial arts at

The Academy of Traditional Asian Fighting Arts under Guru Tua Dr. Scott Sobel. 

My father Kevin (also a student of ATAFA) and I have been training in martial arts together for many years. August 2018 we were promoted to Guru in PentJak Silat by Dr. Andre KnustGraichenGuru Kevin assists me in teaching students when I am not available due to working full time.  
I started my training in Tai Chi 2016 and was given permission to teach our style in 2018. I started visiting Myrtle Beach in 2006 and instantly fell in love with the area. Fast forward to 2017 I decided to make MB my permanent residence. I knew Tai Chi would be perfect for the community bringing people together by sharing the numerous benefits of what it has to offer.


 January of 2020, I created Myrtle Beach Tai Chi with vision and passion. It continues to make positive waves through the community. (For more, I explain "my why" under the Events page).

Both indoor and outdoor classes provide a unique experience. Tai Chi brings people together in a positive way by forming good solid connections that last a lifetime. Tai Chi is for everyone of all ages and requires no equipment. Just like most things it requires consistency to achieve good results. My biggest advice is to come to class with an open mind and patience. Most important question to ask yourself is:

"How can I become the best version of myself  by taking the journey in Tai Chi?"

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