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Work when there is work to do. Rest when you are tired. One thing done in peace will most likely be better than ten things done in panic.....I am not a hero if I deny rest; I am only tired.
Tai Chi, a form of mind-body exercise, originated as a martial art in China. The practice of Tai Chi requires the coordination of mind and body through a focus on cultivating internal energy and developing balance. Tai Chi has been referred to as a moving meditation and a powerful key to inducing relaxation, reducing stress, increasing strength and fostering concentration.
Tai Chi is appropriate for all individuals who are capable of standing independently and are looking for a relaxing exercise with gentle movements. The instructor teaches the Yang-style Tai Chi Chuan in three levels: Introductory, Continuing, and Advanced. In addition, we also offer a Private Tai Chi/Qigong program.
Introductory level introduces the basic principles and six movements of Tai Chi Chuan. This class is suitable for everyone with no Tai Chi experience and for beginning Tai Chi practitioners.
Dates: January 6 - February 10, 2014 (Mondays from 5:30-6:30pm)
Advanced level guides the incorporation of breathing into the 24-posture form. This class is best for one year or more Yang-style Tai Chi practitioners.
Dates: January 6 - February 10, 2014 (Mondays from 6:30-7:30pm)
$54 for each 6 week series
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Cindy Hui-Lio, Ed.D.