Best martial arts studio 2013: Hiromi T’ai Chi

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Hiromi T’ai Chi

609 E. Market St.
(877) 880-2479
hiromitaichi.org

Runner-up:
Charlottesville Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
601 Concord Ave.
825-6202
cvillebjj.com

T’ai Chi Ch’uan is Chinese for “supreme ultimate fist.” We can’t help but think that sounds pretty intense. But the practice is actually quite pensive. Readers turn to Hiromi T’ai Chi for strength-building in both mind and body. In second place, Charlottesville Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, which means “gentle art,” is anything but, but carries the same values of health and discipline.

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