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Winter Parks & Rec classes for 2024!

Happy New Year everyone!  There are 3 new Parks & Rec classes to start off your New Year right!

Tai Chi Quan for Beginners class in now 8 weeks long and we take a more in depth look at the Tai Chi short form.  Each 90 minute class also introduces the classic standing meditation pose and traditional qi gong for mindful stretching.
Monday 1/29—3/25 (no class 2/19) 6:30-8:00pm
Fee: $120  To register online press here

Tai Chi Qi Gong for Health & Fitness class is 4-weeks long.  Frequent qi gong practice can greatly reduce stress and anxiety, keep the body energized, limber, relaxed, fit and healthy.  Each 60-minute class will explore standing meditation in static and dynamic flowing poses and simple mindful stretching.
Friday 1/26—2/23 (no class 2/16) 6:30-7:30pm
Fee: $48  To register online press here

Tai Chi Qi Gong: The Swimming Dragon class is 4-weeks long.  The Swimming Dragon is an incredible, 1,500 year old Taoist Yoga that has the power to improve our health, fitness and general well-being.  It consists of a short cycle of movements specifically designed as a comprehensive care system for the internal organs. Some benefits include relieves neck, shoulder, low back, and hip pain by benefiting the spine, nervous system and meridians, and greatly enhances the body’s ability to relax, reducing stress and the associated ailments.
Friday 3/8—4/5 (no class 3/29) 6:30-7:30pm
Fee: $48  To register online press here

The classes are being held in the Whisconier Middle School Cafe in Brookfield.

Register online using the links above or call Brookfield Parks and Rec at (203) 775-7310

Press here for a complete schedule of classes at Brookfield Tai Chi studio.

Any questions?  Call Sifu Vinny

Vinny CWinter Parks & Rec classes for 2024!

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