Mazen Tai Chi

The place where healing starts

Internal work with movements

Learning Tai Chi is a great way to observe how you are feeling, thinking and moving in slow gentle way. Strengthen what you need and letting go of what you don't need, thus, it's powerful.

Are you ready for your healing journey?

323 Borchard Dr. Ventura, CA. 93003

July 5th Friday @6:45pm

We invite you to relief your stress with a deep relaxation with qigong, infused with Japanese Reiki and calm sounds of the chime.

You just lie down and feel the sensation of energy move through your body.

The studio is a bit chilly, so please bring blankets, pillows and a mat keep your body warm and comfortable.

Space is limited, sign up required for your space.

July 5th Friday @6:45pm

Non-members $25

Self-Compassion with Mazen Tai Chi




Produced by dear friend Monique Efta with UNImposter Productions

BIG thank you!


-Mindful Deep Relaxation-

Kilahku Healing is infused with Reiki energy technique.

Reduce : Stress, Tensions, Pains, Anxiety, Depression

Improve : Energy level, Breathing, Mood, Sleep, Calmness

Why Mazen Tai Chi ?

Movements for Well-Being
気 心 体

Energy Mind/Sprit Body Unity

Daily practice of Tai Chi Chuan (known as Tai Chi) promotes your overall well-being by adjusting and align your body and mind. This practice leads to enhance quality of breathing, improve flexibility and balance. You will feel grounded and have a healthy mental space.

Mazen Tai Chi promotes elevating quality of your life.

Mazen Tai Chi

"Whenever I take a class with Maki, I come away feeling centered, balanced and energized. Maki is patient, answers questions and makes the class fun."

-Sue Ventura, CA-

LESS is Good!

L - Loosening/Letting Go

E - Exhale

S - Slowness

S - Stillness

You are focusing on your tensions in your body, take a deep breath and then relaese it with exhalation.

You are practicing on grounding with standing meditaiton, as well as the slow Tai Chi movements to help you strengthen your muscles.

"When I first witnessed Maki practicing Tai Chi, it was like watching a flower bloom in real-time. I was instantly drawn to the internal art. The short form that I learned from her, as well as Qigong fundamentals, have helped me cope with life's stresses in a simple and very pragmatic way."

-Trevor, CA-

Classes offering

Tai Chi for Beginners 1

This class is for people who just started. You will learn the Short Form, 10 movements. We focus on loosening up the muscles and developing the sense of grounding. This class's goal is to focusing on your body and breaths mindfully.

Monday 12:30-1:30pm
Monday 5:30-6:30pm
Tuesday 11am-12pm
Tuesday 6:45-7:45pm
Wednesday 11-12pm

Tai Chi for Beginners 2

This class is learning the Short Form 10 movements focusing on flow. The goal is to develop the flow and establish the movements.

Wednesday 12:30-1:30pm
Wednesday 5:30-6:30pm
Friday 5:30-6:30pm

Long Form Tai Chi/ Part 1

This class is for the people who are transition to learn the Long Form 108 movements. It's formed with three parts. The goal of this class is to learn the first part.
Recommended who established the Tai Chi for Beginners 2.

Tuesday 5:30-6:30pm

Tai Chi Long Form/ Advance

This class is to learn the Yang Style Traditional Tai Chi Long Form 108 movements. You will learn its' applications as well as develop your body and mind alignments. The goal is to learn and keeping the flow for a long period of time. You will learn to apply mindfulness into your daily life.

Thursday 5:30-6:45pm

Kendo Fundamental

This class you will learn the fundamental of Kendo, the art of Japanese Swordsmanship using Bokuto and Shinai. It focuses on Suburi with footwork and whole body alignment.

Currently no class


Stick Mobility

This class uses a stick to opened up your muscles and joints. Focus on essential spine movements. You will improve flexibility and strength.

Monday 9:30-10:30am (CMH)
Wednesday 9:30-10:30am

Stick Mobility

Vital Movements

This class is focusing on your spine and other joints movements. Simple movements to develop your strength and flexibility. This class is suitable for people who has issues on their balance and flexibilities.

Monday 11-12pm

Self Compassion Meditation with Qigong

Currently paused

We will learn how to be kind to ourselves, using Qigong practice and meditation.

Friday 6:45-7:45pm

Community Memorial Healthcare Wellness Fitness Center

The CMH fitness center is offering Stick Mobility class and Outside FREE Community Tai Chi class. The Fitness Center requires registration. Call/ 805-652-5064
Location: 2723 E. Main St. Ventura, CA 93003

Monday 9:30-10:30am Gym
Tuesday 9:15-10:15am Free Outside


My name is Maki. Born and raised in the southern part of Japan, Kagoshima, I've journeyed through nearly two decades in the United States. For almost ten years now, I've dedicated myself to teaching Tai Chi Chuan, driven by a fervent desire to impart its profound benefits to others as well as myself. My passion lies in nurturing the well-being of those around me through the practice of this ancient art form.

More to my bio...

"Wonderfully Difficult. "

-Fabien, Oak View, CA-

Tai Chi Chuan, Qigong practices lead to improve physical, mental health as well as embracing compassion and kindness.

 Mindfulness Practice

with Tai Chi Chuan

Tai Chi Chuan allows you to deeply focus on your body and mind as well as awaking your senses to align with nature.


-Sherry, Ventura, CA-


Using your intention to pay attention on you, your feeling, your breathing, and your movements.

"Tai Chi has proven to be as much about mental focus as it is about physical movement. Within the Tai Chi learnings, we touch upon methods to improve balance, breathing and relaxation techniques."

-Christine, Filmore, CA-


We are practicing Tai Chi Chuan, and it is leading to kindness to yourself and to others.

"Her classes are helping me to pay attention to my body and the energy in my body in a different way. I highly recommend that you give her a try!"

-Steve Camarillo, CA-