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TAI CHI - 40 FORM
Tai Chi is one old form of Chinese exercise beneficial to health, and it is also a subtle, sophisticated, and scientific method of self-defense. It is basically made out of
several forms or sets originally derived from martial arts, and it takes the forms of the natural movements of animals and birds. However, unlike martial arts, Tai Chi is performed deliberately slow, softly, and gracefully with smooth and even transitions between movements. Those who practice regularly will develop a healthy body and a calm, tranquil mind. It also provides a practical avenue for learning about balance, alignment, fine-scale motor control, and rhythm of movement. Therefore, the practice will enable you to better stand, walk, run and correct poor posture. This program is suitable for people of all ages and requires no special equipment. Lucia Coren will provide the authentic Chinese instruction.
|Where||Robert C. Gauntlett Community Center 20 Media Line Rd, Newtown Square, PA 19073|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||6:15 pm–7:15 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Kids, Teens, Families, Seniors|
More About Robert C. Gauntlett Community Center
The Robert C. Gauntlett Community Center is located on Media Line Road in Newtown Square. The Center offers a variety of athletic opportunities including basketball, flag football, tennis, soccer, cheerleading, swimming, golf clinics and tee ball. They also offer educational programs such as drivers' education, babysitter training, sign language classes, digital photography, SAT prep, and Spanish classes. The Robert C. Gauntlett Community Center is also home to the Marple Newtown Players, a community theatre program.