Tai Chi for Beginners Class at Jesup Library
September 3 @ 3:15 pm
Give yourself time to do something fun, and improve your health at the same time! Tai Chi, long described as meditation in motion, is increasingly being called “medication” in motion. The ancient Chinese practice of tai chi is clinically proven to be an effective exercise form that improves health and well-being. Tai chi’s slow, gentle mine-body movements have been found to reduce stress and anxiety while increasing immunity, flexibility, concentration, endurance, balance, and muscle strength.
Tai chi is also effective in relieving physical discomfort and in doing so, improves physical and mental functioning. No experience is required. These classes are appropriate and beneficial for people of all ages.
This program will introduce participants to foundational movements from the Yang 24 form. The Yang 24 form is the most widely practiced form worldwide, and is characterized by its soft, circular, open-frame movements.
Pre-registration is required for these classes. Once your registration is complete you will receive confirmation via the email address you provided.
For more information, contact class instructor Nina Zeldin at [email protected] or 479-1206.
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