Jul
5
Tue
In-person: Tai-chi class
Jul 5 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Jul
7
Thu
In-person: Tai-chi class
Jul 7 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Jul
12
Tue
In-person: Tai-chi class
Jul 12 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Jul
14
Thu
In-person: Tai-chi class
Jul 14 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Jul
19
Tue
In-person: Tai-chi class
Jul 19 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Jul
21
Thu
In-person: Tai-chi class
Jul 21 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Jul
26
Tue
In-person: Tai-chi class
Jul 26 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Jul
28
Thu
In-person: Tai-chi class
Jul 28 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Aug
2
Tue
In-person: Tai-chi class
Aug 2 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Aug
4
Thu
In-person: Tai-chi class
Aug 4 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Aug
9
Tue
In-person: Tai-chi class
Aug 9 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Aug
11
Thu
In-person: Tai-chi class
Aug 11 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!