Dynamic Peace Taiji and Movement Arts with Cheryl Lynn Yonker

Cheryl Lynn Yonker CHERYL LYNN YONKER has studied, performed and taught dance, movement and fitness arts for over 30 years.  She has taught Tai Chi for over 10 years in San Francisco, both as an assistant to her main Taiji teacher, and as instructor to her own classes and private clients.
 

Since 1991 Cheryl has been a student and practitioner of Chen Style Taijiquan under the instruction and direction of Master Zhang Xue Xin, Senior Disciple of famed Grandmaster Feng Zhi Qiang of Beijing, China.  Cheryl Lynn Yonker has received "Outstanding Teacher" certification from The Feng Zhi Qiang Taijiquan Academy, U.S.A., presented by Master Zhang Xue Xin.


Her high level understanding of both Western movement theory and practice as well as Tai Chi enable her to communicate the principles of movement and subtle intricacies of Taijiquan in ways that her students value highly and that allow them to advance quickly in their practice.

Current Classes:

 

 

McClaren Park, in the Excelsior district of San Francisco, 94134

north of Cambridge St, on John F Shelley Dr

M,W & F  10:30 - 12 noon

$15/single class

$60 / series of 5 classes

$100 / series of 10 classes

 

 

 

New Classes Forming:

 

 

Wednesday afternoons in Strybing Arboretum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.  Call for time and directions.
 

Taiji Coaching:

 

 

 

Small group and individualized sessions are available by appointment in the San Francisco Bay Area. All levels welcome.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Cheryl

 
CHERYL LYNN YONKER has studied, performed and taught  dance, movement and fitness arts for over 30 years.  She has taught Tai Chi for over 10 years in San Francisco, both as an assistant to her main Taiji teacher, and as instructor to her own classes and private clients.

Since 1991 Cheryl has been a student and practitioner of Chen Style Taijiquan under the instruction and direction of Master Zhang Xue Xin, Senior Disciple of famed Grandmaster Feng Zhi Qiang of Beijing, China.  She has also studied Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan,-- briefly under Maggie Newman in Philadelphia in 1976 and more recently with Sifu Michael Shaman.

Her high level understanding of both Western movement theory and practice as well as Tai Chi enable her to communicate the principles of movement and subtle intricacies of Taijiquan in ways that her students value highly and that allow them to advance quickly in their practice. 
For more information about group classes, on-site wellness programs, individual coaching, and Taiji demos contact Cheryl at phone number or email address listed on the contact page.