Stress less

. April 30, 2015.
Tai-Chi

Feeling tension from life’s ups and downs? Reduce stress to be happier and healthier. One helpful practice for stress reduction is the ancient Chinese tradition of Tai Chi. Originally meant for self-defense, Tai Chi is a gentle, graceful exercise that combines flowing movements and meditation that eases negative thoughts, feelings and tension. Those interested in experimenting with the age-old artform will find class offerings six days a week with multiple class locations through Taoist Tai Chi in Toledo.  Free first sessions make it easy for beginners.

Contact the center for more information about specific class times and locations. Taoist Tai Chi in Toledo at the Maumee Center, 406 Illinois Ave. 419-537-0131, taoist.org/usa/locations/maumee-center

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