Tai Chi: Meditation in Motion


Judith King

The ultimate in no-impact aerobics, tai chi naturally relaxes the body, promoting calm and peace of mind while improving posture, balance, and flexibility. The practice increases blood flow throughout the entire body, keeps joints flexible, and restores elasticity to muscles. It is a form of exercise that actually becomes better for you as you age. This course focuses on a portion of the Hwa Yu short form. Through these forms, students learn fundamental skills such as stance, step patterns, basic blocking, and whole body movement. Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Please note: The 6:00 pm course is for those acquainted with the Hwa Yu Short Form; the 7:10 pm and daytime courses are for those with little or no experience. Evening classes meet at AHS; daytime classes meet at Calvary Church, 300 Mass. Ave., Linwood Street entrance.


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