The RabBoar Studio
Tai Chi Chuan, Hatha & Kundalini Yoga and Pilates
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(New students please arrive 15 minutes before class start time)

Detailed description of classes is below. Check the Announcements page weekly to stay current on new classes, or class cancellations. Please call or text mobile number listed at the bottom of the page to reach class instructor if needed.

*All classes except Tai Chi Chuan are donation/love offering based classes
(suggested donation $10)

Tai Chi Chuan -- $10/drop-in for all classes * 24 class/3 months $120 * 8/class 45 day pass $55 * *Pre-buy 5 or more drop-in classes for a 10% discount and no expiration*

**Credit/Debit cards accepted for all classes with 2.5% additional charge**

If you are coming for the first time please read "Class Etiquette" and please print and complete this form. Thank you.

  These are the classes offered at RabBoar Studio (see below for other locations)

Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri              Sat
  Private Classes available
3:30 - 4:30($55/hr for up to 5 people)
  Private Classes available
3:30 - 4:30($55/hr for up to 5 people)

Private Yoga/Pilates
available Fridays ($55/hr for up to 5 people)

Tai Chi Basics
5:30 - 7PM
Hatha Yoga
5:45 - 6:45PM
All Levels
Tai Chi Basics
5:30 - 7PM
    Both All Levels 
Yin Yoga
Kundalini Yoga
11:30 AM
Varied Hatha Yoga
6 - 7PM

All levels but experience helpful
Tai Chi
6:30 - 7:30PM
5:45 - 6:45PM
All Levels
Tai Chi Forms
7:00 - 8:30PM
(invitation only)
  Tai Chi Forms
7:00 - 8:30PM
(invitation only)

Rogers Adult Wellness Center
(Members only)

Pilates, Yoga and Tai Chi Chuan Taught by Pamela: Tuesdays and Thursdays
1-2 Yoga, 2-3 Pilates, This Yoga is for experience students only
2:30 - 3PM Core Intensive
3-4 Gentle Yoga;
Taught by David: Monday-Wed-Fri Tai Chi 12-1

NWA Concierge Medicine Ctr
(open to the public $10/class)

Tai Chi Chuan Tai Chi Chuan taught by David
Thursdays 5:30 - 6:30PM

Sheet/Release Form and bring with you, or you can fax it to us at 246-9856 so we can review it before class.

Please pay or have your card marked before class starts.  Thank you.

Yoga and Core classes by donation.

Tai Chi: Pre-buy 5 or more classes at the drop-in price and get at 10% discount with no expiration date. You can buy 5 classes for $45 (usually$50), 10 classes for $90 (usually $100) etc. That way you don't have to remember to always bring your payment, and you get a discount.  Credit cards accepted for drop-in classes only.

$10 discount for seniors (60+) for the 8 class/45 day pass only.

A $15 discount for second family members with purchase of one full-priced 8-class/45 day pass.  This is the only pass that offers a second family member & senior discount.

The 3-month/24 class pass is only $120. No discounts apply. No discounts for Tuesday or Thursday evening classes at the studio.

Private classes for special requirements, such as pain relief, or for a beginner to get some basic instruction in Yoga, Pilates or Tai Chi or to learn Kundalini Yoga are $55/hour. Or bring a friend or 4 friends and still only pay $55 for Yoga and/or Pilates hour -- yep, 5 people for $55.

Please contact either Pamela (Yoga/Pilates) or David (Tai Chi Chuan) to schedule time.

Yoga and Core Classes (by donation):

bulletThe studio has a variety of classes for every level -- our class are light-hearted an fun while still focusing on the important aspects of a Yoga practice:

Monday 6 - 7pm Varied Hatha Yoga, (Pamela)
Tuesday 5:45 - 6:45pm
  (Gail)  These classes may include Yin Yoga, Flowing Yoga, some Core Yoga, holding poses, new pose instructions, Yoga therapy type poses and more.  All poses can be modified as needed, so feel free to attend whether a beginner or seasoned practitioner!


Wednesday Core Strengthening includes Yoga/Pilates/Yolates/ -- and we may warm up with hula hoops or a large fitness ball. (Pamela)


Yin Yoga Saturday mornings 10-11am will reach deep within joints to the bones and fascia to stretch and open tight areas, stimulate and open meridians, and increase the flow of chi/prana. (Pamela)

What is Yin Yoga? It is a balancing practice for your flow/core/hatha style of yoga, or for anyone experience tight joints and muscles. Yin Yoga works deeply, targeting the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not target as much in a more active style of Yoga practice, primarily the hips, pelvis and lower spine, but focus on shoulders, neck and upper back is also practiced.  Poses (primarily stretching poses) are held for longer 3 minutes minimum, and blankets, bolsters and blocks are commonly used to support you in your practice. Yin Yoga is suitable for all levels of experience. Many students have experiences relief from hip or back pain from just one class. 


Kundalini Yoga Saturday Mornings 11:30 - 12:30 For more information about Kundalini Yoga please visit  

bulletPrivate lessons are available by appointment. 
bulletYou can request the instructor to focus on a particular problem area for you, or to learn some basic Yoga poses if you are new to Yoga, or are interested in practicing Kundalini Yoga.
Private classes at the studio are $55/hour and can include up to 5 people. 
bulletHave mat, will travel. 
bulletClasses can be arranged on-site at a nearby location of your choice -- like a conference room at your office.  It is recommended that participants buy a mat. (You can get them at Wal-Mart, Target or TJ Maxx.)  Please contact the instructor for pricing information.  At your location, cost is $60 for up to 5 people.

Tai Chi Chuan Classes:


 Beginning / Intro Class (Pre-registration is required, class size is limited)

This class is a required prerequisite for the more advanced forms class, and each class will offer a step up in the training progression, with occasional over-lap and review.  


Study material covers static and dynamic structural re-integration 
methods, basic Tai Chi Chuan skills training and elementary 
nei-gung practice.


General Introduction will be offered every other month.


Students will be expected to complete at least 2 month(s)  of training before 
being invited to forms study class.


Forms Class (Beginning Class study required)

This class is by Invitation, students will have to be able to sustain 
form practice through skills acquired from training in our studio, 
or another school.


The form taught is the Wu family Large Frame 37, as formulated 
by Wang PeiSheng.


The form will be taught incrementally, with a 2 month review cycle.


Students of the beginning class with more then 4 weeks training 
may audit ONE form class for free


Focused Training

This class is by Invitation, students will have to be able to sustain 
a more advanced form practice as taught in our studio.


For the immediate future this class will be used for form work, later 
on, push hands practice and weapons practice will be offered as well


This class is offered as part of ongoing forms training, fees are part 
of the Form Class 

Core Classes:


Mat and Ball (or Hoop) Exercises based on Spencer Pilates (and we work too hard not to laugh once in a while). Each "section" is done for approximately 20 minutes:   (Pamela)

Mat routines will be a series of movements designed to strengthen your abdominal and back muscles (core muscles).  These are done in a continuous flowing sequence, with pauses for resting and stretching.  We also include some upper body and leg/thigh/glut firming exercises. Mat routines are done after warming up with either the ball or hoops.


Ball exercises are practiced with a large ball, sitting on the ball, holding the ball between your feet or in your hands, lying over the ball, or lying on the mat with your legs resting on the ball. These exercises strengthen your core and are great for strengthen the arms, legs, thighs and gluts.


Hula-hoop fitness are using large padded and slightly weight hula hoops to strengthen our core -- and have fun. We learn to spin while hooping, walk while hooping (harder than it sounds), and sometimes we even do the Hokey Pokey while hooping.


Stretching is very important considering all the strengthening and toning done in class, so the last 20 minutes are deep total stretches.

"Yesterday is but a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision,
but today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness
and every tomorrow a vision of hope."
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Telephone ((479) 621-8003 business phone will only take a message, so call or text mobiles instead)

     ( To reach David just before Tai Chi class call or text - 531-3199)
     ( To reach Pamela before class call or text- 531-3322)
     (To reach Michele before class call or text 417-430-5823)

Physical/Mailing address

      12807 E. Tucks Chapel Road, Rogers, AR 72756

Electronic mail

    General Information:
    David (Tai Chi Chuan):
    Pamela (Yoga, Pilates)