Staff Development Tai Chi Classes, Now Until October

Maggie Mackey returns this fall for her second 10-week series of Taiji (Tai Chi Chuan) with the Staff Development Workshop Series. Newcomers and drop-ins are welcome and no reservations are required.

Taking place Wednesdays at noon (Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 and Oct. 13, 20, 27), classes meet by the University Lakes, underneath the white outdoor tent. Get an introduction to the basic principles of Taiji (Tai Chi Chuan), a traditional Chinese art known to develop strength, balance and flexibility.

These exercises are performed in a gentle, flowing sequence of relaxed movements. Beneficial effects include relaxation, stress reduction, increased blood circulation and rejuvenation. Taiji practice is very good for building up health and strength; it is a well-balanced exercise, "healthening" the body and mind.

For more information about this and future Staff Development workshops, visit the <Staff Development website>

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