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Relax and be fit with Tai Chi in Boyne City

Learn the relaxation and health benefits of Tai Chi with Meg McClorey in Boyne City this summer.

Summer Tai Chi classes at the Boyne District Library continue Wednesday, June 13, 2018. Classes will be held June 13, and 20, July 11, 18, and 25, August 8, 15, 22, and 29. There will be no class July 4. On Wednesday, June 27, and Wednesday, August 1st, the Tai Chi club will meet at 10:00am.

Classes are held in the downstairs Community Room.  Classes are $5 per class, open to everyone.   Classes at the Boyne District Library are ongoing throughout the year.

The beginner’s class meets from 9:00-9:50 a.m. Classes start promptly at 9:05 with a centering exercise. We learn Tai Chi Fundamentals & Seated Tai Chi. If you’re a beginner seeking a simplified approach to Tai Chi, the Tai Chi Fundamentals is designed for you. It provides a clear, systematic approach for mastering Tai Chi basics that builds from simple to complex movement, with easy calming and focusing techniques.

The continuing/advanced class meets from 10:00-10:50 a.m. Classes start promptly at 10:05 with a centering exercise. Familiarity with the Tai Chi fundamentals form is essential for the continuing class as we do the entire Fundamentals form and learn the Cheng Man Ching Yang Short 37 Posture Form.

Tai Chi @ 207 River Street Boyne City    Schedule your group for a small class of 2 – 4 people. $80 for 8 week session, $10 drop in. We study the complete Tai Chi Fundamentals Form.

Tai chi is a safe, gentle, non-impact exercise that builds strength, endurance, improves balance, coordination and flexibility. Tai Chi is suitable for people of all levels of physical fitness.

Meg McClorey has been teaching the Tai Chi Fundamentals and The Alexander Technique in Boyne City since 2000. Meg has practiced the Yang Style 37 Posture Form since 1994. Meg teaches Parkinson’s movement classes, Alexander Technique, and Tai Chi lessons and Tai Chi at her home in Boyne City.

Contact Meg to arrange a private class or a group class.

www.megpots.com

megpots@sbcglobal.net

 

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