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T'ai Chi Ch'uan is a traditional Chinese exercise practiced for health, meditation, and selfdefense that uses slow, flowing, and intentional movements. At its core are profound relaxation, peace, and even bliss. The practice includes meditation, standing in one posture at a time to develop internal strength, and stretching. With regular practice you'll gain an increased awareness of mind and body. This awareness will allow you to identify and release stress and tension. Many students come thinking they are already pretty relaxed, and only later realize they are able to relax much more profoundly. T'ai Chi Ch'uan is a uniquely powerful system encompassing robust health, practical self-defense, mental well-being, and spiritual development.

We are excited to be joined by Jim Bayer in June as he teaches us the basics of T’ai Chi Ch’uan. Jim began began his study of T’ai Chi in 1992 at the T'ai Chi Ch'uan Center of Milwaukee and has served on the board of directors there for over 20 years. He teaches traditional T’ai Chi Ch’uan throughout southeastern Wisconsin and has over 15,000 hours of teaching experience. Jim’s hope is to pass the complete traditional art forward to his students.

For more information on Jim, visit his website: www.everydaytcc.com and for more information on T'ai Chi...join us at the library!

 

T’ai Chi @ the Library

Monday, June 29, 2015 | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

T'ai Chi Ch'uan is a traditional Chinese exercise practiced for health, meditation, and self-defense that uses slow, flowing, and intentional movements. 

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