Saturday, August 29, 2015

Great River Tai Chi Fall 2015 Classes

Time for Tai Chi! Join our new beginners class, Sunday, September 20, 2015, 7:00-8:00 p.m. You can register at class the first night. Tuition for the full ten weeks is $150. Class is located at 4200 Cedar Avenue South, Minneapolis, convenient to bikeways, bus, and light rail.
We have classes year-round at all levels.
For further information, contact us at the number in the sidebar.

Form Review Workshop! Thursdays, 6-8 p.m. October-November. Brush up on your tai chi moves, and deepen your understanding at this
workshop for intermediate-advanced students. Contact us for schedule.

Tai Chi is one of the most multifaceted forms of exercise imaginable. With its roots in Chinese health exercises (meditation, yangsheng and qigong), martial arts, and Chinese medicine, it helps you achieve calm mind and healthy body. Tai Chi is the perfect antidote to stressful modern lifestyles, sedentary work, and "computeritis"! Tai Chi, like yoga and meditation, encourages mindfulness. Its health benefits are numerous: practitioners see great improvement in balance, fall prevention, lowered blood pressure, strengthened immune system, and easing of stiff-jointedness.

Great River Tai Chi has been offering classes in traditional Tai Chi since 1979, with a focus on how to apply Tai Chi to daily life. The style we practice is the Yang-style short form developed by Professor Cheng Man-ch'ing. Our instructors have trained with Professor Cheng's noted senior students in Taiwan and the United States, including Liu Hsi-hung, Ben Lo, Maggie Newman, Ed Young, and others. Our director, Barbara Davis, is at work on a full-length biography of Professor Cheng.

Tai Chi can be a life-changing, fun endeavor!  Try it this fall!