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San Miguel de Allende

Why train taijiquan in San Miguel?

San Miguel was a Spanish colonial town built in the early sixteenth century, so the old town architecture is very European. At the same time the town is very Mexican—delicious food, great shopping and a laid back vibe—a town of 80,000 people with no traffic lights!

A lot of ‘ex-pats’, attracted by the atmosphere (Americans and Canadians form about 15% of the population), live in San Miguel giving it a relatively cosmopolitan flavour.

As things progress we will add more info about San Miguel and how participants are progressing with accommodations, reservations, pre-training schedules and so on.

Atención San Miguel: An online magazine about San Miguel

San Miguel Guide (Español, Français, Deutsch)
San Miguel de Allende on Wikipedia
San Miguel de Allende on WikiTravel

Holidays and Fiestas in San Miguel during the intensive:


21st: Birthday of General Ignacio Allende
24th: Departure for Pilgrims to San Juan de los Lagos
2nd: Candelaria
5th: Constitution Day
14th: St. Valentine's Day
24th: Flag Day
Last week: National Jazz Festival
5th: Carnival Day
17th: St. Patrick's Day
19th: Feast of San José
21st: Birthday of Benito Juárez
28th: Lord of Column is carried from Atotonilco to San Miguel


Taiji spaces
in San Miguel

in a terraced park

Did you know?

Cow! and Blue Manifesto
were both recorded in 2004
in San Miguel de Allende
with Bobby Kapp


Blue Manifesto