“Asana  is perfect firmness of body, steadiness of intelligence, and benevolence of sprit.”

(Yoga Sutras)

Tatra Studio  Tai Chi and Yoga Instruction

As an instructor of Tai Chi for Health Institute Martina is focusing on empowering her students to improve their health and wellness.

In the spirit  of YogaFit she is focusing on bringing the practice of yoga to everybody and every body.


Tai Chi and Yoga Classes

Online Studio

During these trying times of Covid pandemic all the classes are offered in an online form using ZOOM as a platform. 

Private Sessions

Private Sessions are offered in one-on-one form or a partner form at your house* or in online form. They are meant for those who would like to deepen their knowledge of asana, pranayama, meditation or other limbs of yoga.


 Seasonal Activities

Yoga at the beach or in the mountains? Tai Chi and Qigong in the park?  See what’s happening here.

Online Tatra Studio Schedule

Single group classes are $15, Sign up for a Monthly membership to Tatra Tai Chi and Yoga studio for unlimited* Tai Chi and Yoga group classes for $50! Are you 60+? Save $10/month and sign up for a Silver Monthly plan!



9:00am – 10:00am

Vinyasa/Flow Yoga

11:00am – 12:00pm

Chair Yoga


7:30pm – 8:30pm

Partner Yoga



11:00am – 12:00pm

Chair Yoga


11:00am – 11:45am



10:00am – 11:15am

Yoga for Beginners

“Tai Chi is effective in improving both static and dynamic balance, which is important to prevent falls.” Ruth E. Taylor-Piliae, Ph.D., R.N.

Tai Chi for Diabetes Sequence

Tai Chi for Arthritis Part 1 and 2 Sequences

Tai Chi for Rehabilitation Sequence

What Tai Chi and Yoga have in common?


By practicing both arts, I came to a realization that Tai Chi and Yoga have many similarities. Both exercises came to the West from the East. Originally both types were used only in small groups of specific people. They both help strengthen body and they help develop better balance and flexibility. Tai Chi and Yoga keep the mind healthy and can lead to developing better focus. Also they both have meditative qualities. They share similarities in breathing, especially using abdominal breath. If this list did not convince you yet, then try them out and see for yourself.


What Tai Chi or Yoga class should I take?

If you have never taken any Tai Chi or Yoga class before and you would like to make your body more flexible and stronger I would recomend to start with a beginner class or possibly to consider a private class.

If you have some knowledge and practice behind your hat, you can join any type of Tai Chi or Yoga class. One important rule of thumb is to remember to honor our own body. It is a good idea to let go of competing with ourselves or others and also to let go of judging ourselves. We have this specific body and our own skills that we need to embrace and just allow ourselves to go with the flow…

What will I get back from practicing Tai Chi or Yoga?

Besides becoming stronger physically and improving balance and flexibility, your mind will get clearer and happier. You will be able to sleep better and enjoy your life more fully.

Will Tai Chi or Yoga practice force me into particular religion?

Neither Tai Chi nor Yoga practice makes anyone start believing in something different than they already do. In my classes the focus is on physical and mental well-being, every religion is welcome.

Take Your First Group Class for Free

Want to try it out? Are you bored by your old routine? Are you willing to try something new? Do you want to practice with an Yoga teacher?

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Opening Hours

Mon-Fri: 9 AM – 3:30 PM, 7 PM – 8 PM
Sat: 3:00 PM-4 PM and by appointment
Sun: 10:00 AM- 11:15 PM and by appointment


(215) 628-2528


271 N Ridge Ave
Ambler, PA 19002