|Jeff teaching at the Rehab Study
Sifu Jeff began studying with Master Wm. CC Chen in the '70's, and and then brought Master
Chen's Yang Style to Tucson. He received a diploma from his school in the early '80's ; he has been teaching for about 30
years and is one of Master Chen's senior students, and listed on Master Wm CC Chen's certified teachers and masters.
addition to his school, Jeff teaches Tai Chi Chi Gung for seniors and, rehabilitation, at various locations, and for
various organizations including care providers, the U of A College of Nursing Stroke-Tai Chi Rehabilitation Study, and
fitness centers. He conducts workshops in Tai Chi meditation and application techniques for various interested groups including
professional groups and physician's groups.
Jeff also keeps contact with friends who have schools in other martial
arts locally and around the country, and works with them mutually, in broadening techniques, philosophy, and student
Over the years, many long-term students have received teaching certification through the Great
Harmony School, and have their own classes around Arizona, and other places.
goal as a teacher
to have you experience the wonderful feeling
the Tai Chi Chuan movements,
to help you develop
your own personal best way"
"In the thirty years that I have been teaching and practicing Tai Chi Chuan, I have seen many benefit from its regular
practice over time. Improvements in breathing volume and blood oxygen levels, balance, flexibility, and general increased
health and stamina are some of the things that people tell me are the results of their time spent in the cultivation of the
Tai Chi Chuan movements...these are the most rewarding things a teacher can hear, and have kept me endeavoring to teach this
Sifu Jeff Zauderer
|Max Chen, Master Wm CC Chen, and Jeffrey Zauderer
"As a tonic, Tai Chi Chuan can make us physically and mentally
sound. Its slow and gentle movements act to lubricate every part of the body and relax the mind. This ancient
system renders our thinking lucid, turns our temper gentle and brings us peace of mind that helps us to function well in our
hectic world. It enables a person to attain what the ancient Chinese sages called 'the Golden Mean', in
which human desires and frustrations are harnessed and transformed to benefit the individual. "
Master William C.C. Chen