Tai Chi Classes

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Japanese American Service Comittee
4427 N. Clark Street
Chicago, Illinois
United States



Tai Chi Classes
at the Japanese American Service Committee

Take a daily vacation from the stresses of life with the peaceful exercise often called meditation in motion. Tai Chi offers benefits for health, flexibility and peace of mind. The movements can be learned by people of all ages and physical conditions if they practice with patience. Tai Chi teaches us to appreciate our bodies and minds and to expand their abilities.

Instructor: Lynn Baumhardt
Two 8-Week Sessions
Tuesday Class
Beginners Welcome

1:30-2:30PM
February 2 to March 30, 2010
(No class on March 9, 2010)
April 6 to May 25, 2010
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Thursday Class
Advanced

6:30-7:30PM
January 7 to February 25, 2010
March 4 to April 29, 2010
(No class on March 11, 2010)
Wear comfortable clothing and be ready to work in stocking feet.
Class fee: $96.00 for 8 weeks
JASC Members: $80.00 for 8 weeks

Minimum: 8 students Maximum: 15 students
Download Tai Chi Class registration forms here .

For further information please contact JASC at jascinfo@jasc -chicago.org .

 

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