24 Form Tai Chi Yang Style: Jan 22
Monday Evenings Beginning January 22th, 2018 @ 5:30-6:30 PM
$30 per month
(Due to sickness, the instructor has delayed the start date a week.)
RESERVE YOUR SPOT: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot and include your email address and phone number.
A new Tai Chi class with Steve Garay begins in June - in the Sara Braaten Gallery at Bower Center for the Arts.
The Yang short form is the entry point for most into the world of Tai Chi and its internal energetics. There are over 20 variations of the Yang style, with corresponding variations in the short form.
The Yang short form will be taught January, February, and March each Monday from 5:30-6:30 PM. Questions? Call Bower Center 540-586-4235.
Tai Chi originated in China 100's of years ago and today is practiced throughout the world as an exercise for better health and wellness. Many scientific studies have proven that it is amazingly effective for health.
Why do Tai Chi? It is a fun and easy exercise to learn. It is a low impact exercise that consists of slow, relaxed movements that help to develop internal and external balance and harmony, improve circulation and fitness levels, and increase oxygen to our bodies. The moves are practiced in a slow controlled fashion that relaxes the body and clears the mind. Regular practice of Tai Chi Ch’uan slowly, yet measurably, improves ones overall fitness and harmony, including relaxation, balance, posture, flexibility and immunity.