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Our Mission

Tai Shan Martial Arts Association’s mission is to promote strengthening the mind and body through traditional Chinese martial arts, as well as spreading Chinese culture and philosophy.

While keeping intact the original methods developed by the founders, our intent is to preserve a valuable cultural artifact while also improving health and wellness.

Our Locations

Our Saturday class is located in Winter Park, Florida in the Baldwin Park district, at Blue Jacket Park. The address is 2501 General Rees Ave., Winter Park, FL 32789.

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Our Wednesday night class is located at Reiter Park in Longwood, Florida. The address is 301 W. Warren Ave., Longwood, FL 32750.

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Class Schedule

Wednesday: 8 p.m.- 9 p.m.

Saturday: 9 a.m.- 10 a.m.

Cost: $20 per class
$75 for 1 month, 1 class per week
$150 for 1 month, 2 classes per week
$60 per hour for private lesson

Our Instructor

Tai Shan Martial Arts Association is proud to offer authentic instruction in the traditional Chinese martial arts of Gao style Baguazhang, Yang style Taijiquan, Hebei style Xingyiquan, and Northern Shaolin. Each style is taught in its entirety, as close to the founder’s intent as possible. Our instructors are well-educated, skilled, and dedicated to ensuring you receive the maximum benefit from your training.

Michael Reynolds, DOM

Instructor

Michael Reynolds has been a student of martial arts since 1983. In his early career, he studied the Korean arts of Tae Kwon Do and Tang Soo Do as well as the Japanese art of Goju-Ryu.

In 2001, he first experienced Chinese martial arts via Jow Ga under Grandmaster Hoy K. Lee in Newport News, Virginia. Returning home to Florida, he studied in Pai Lum under Long Shi John Riddick. He would also receive an introduction to Taijiquan via Long Shi Riddick and separately under Master Phuong K. Hoang in Richmond, Virginia.

In 2006 he began studying Chinese internal martial arts in earnest, learning Yang style Taijiquan, Gao style Baguazhang, and Hebei style Xingyiquan, as well as Northern Shaolin.

While he considers Gao style Baguazhang his specialization, Michael believes the styles he teaches to have one root and one theory and therefore to be compatible expressions of the same core method.

As a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, he also is able to add a Chinese medical perspective to the martial one, ensuring that students are able to experience the maximum benefits to their health and well-being from the art.

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