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Tai Chi for Health

This session will focus on the Yang Style and Sun Style designed by Dr. Lam which has been found to help with Diabetes because it uses the larger muscles in the body. Its expansive movements also help with Parkinsonís. Master Trainer Meghan Bryant has found that the rocking motion Tai Chi incorporates helps with relaxation. The new student course (6-6:30 p.m.) is designed to be stand-alone classes, which are perfect for drop-ins ($5 per half-hour class), and will cover easy qigong movements and one Tai Chi movement per class. For the continuing student (6-7 p.m./$8 drop-in), the additional time will be used to continue their understanding and enjoyment of Tai Chi. The registration deadline is August 4th.

New Students:
August 8 through August 29
Henson Building
6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
4 Classes

Continuing Students:
August 8 through August 29
Henson Building
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
4 Classes

Click Here To Register AND PAY online.