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    Tai Chi (Newburyport 1)

    Is it dance or is it kung fu? Derived from one of the world's oldest martial arts forms, the balletic practice of Tai Chi actually combines elements of both. Nicknamed "meditation in motion," Tai Chi incorporates flowing motions and postures designed to relax the body and cycle positive energies throughout. During this class, you'll become versed in those movements, as well as breathing techniques designed to compliment them. In addition to its health benefits, Tai Chi does in fact help ground the practitioner in an effective self-defense style, teaching that the strength and power of your opponent can be countered with artful moves and a clear mind, allowing you to turn your opponent's attack against them.
    Tai Chi (Newburyport 1)

    25 Temple St, Newburyport

    • Explore the tranquil movements of tai chi, one of world's most meditative martial arts practices
    • Revitalize your body and reap the many health benefits associated with Tai Chi
    • Master breathing techniques that will help you achieve mental focus and control
    • Find joy in the simplicity and fluid motions of this timeless art
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    Tai Chi (Newburyport 2)

    Is it dance or is it kung fu? Derived from one of the world's oldest martial arts forms, the balletic practice of Tai Chi actually combines elements of both. Nicknamed "meditation in motion," Tai Chi incorporates flowing motions and postures designed to relax the body and cycle positive energies throughout. During this class, you'll become versed in those movements, as well as breathing techniques designed to compliment them. In addition to its health benefits, Tai Chi does in fact help ground the practitioner in an effective self-defense style, teaching that the strength and power of your opponent can be countered with artful moves and a clear mind, allowing you to turn your opponent's attack against them.
    Tai Chi (Newburyport 2)

    1 Charles St, Newburyport

    • Explore the tranquil movements of tai chi, one of world's most meditative martial arts practices
    • Revitalize your body and reap the many health benefits associated with Tai Chi
    • Master breathing techniques that will help you achieve mental focus and control
    • Find joy in the simplicity and fluid motions of this timeless art
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    Tai Chi

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    Is it dance or is it kung fu? Derived from one of the world's oldest martial arts forms, the balletic practice of Tai Chi actually combines elements of both. Nicknamed "meditation in motion," Tai Chi incorporates flowing motions and postures designed to relax the body and cycle positive energies throughout. During this class, you'll become versed in those movements, as well as breathing techniques designed to compliment them. In addition to its health benefits, Tai Chi does in fact help ground the practitioner in an effective self-defense style, teaching that the strength and power of your opponent can be countered with artful moves and a clear mind, allowing you to turn your opponent's attack against them.
    Tai Chi

    408 Highland Ave, Somerville

    • Explore the tranquil movements of tai chi, one of world's most meditative martial arts practices
    • Revitalize your body and reap the many health benefits associated with Tai Chi
    • Master breathing techniques that will help you achieve mental focus and control
    • Find joy in the simplicity and fluid motions of this timeless art
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    Tai Chi

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    The martial art Tai Chi is as beneficial to one's body as it is to his or her own self-defense capabilities. Tai Chi emphasizes energy and trains the body to react to attacks in swift and fluid motions. Instead of forceful and aggressive resistance, Tai Chi focuses on flexibility, balance, and internal strength. You'll practice the short form of Tai Chi (24 movements) and break down movements of the form, such as "White Crane Spreads its Wings." Enjoy a low-impact workout that teaches you fundamental principles of self-defense, relieves stress, and works out the entire body! Allow this self-defense lesson to be a driving force in helping you remain poised -- both mentally and physically.
    Tai Chi

    440 Main St, Stoneham

    • Experience the short form of Tai Chi
    • Practice a martial art that incorporates boxing with stretching, joint turning, and integral strengthening exercises
    • Enjoy a low-impact workout that relieves stress and works out the whole body
    • Improve your flexibility and balance as you break down movements of the form
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    2 positive reviews
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    Tai Chi (Malden)

    Is it dance or is it kung fu? Derived from one of the world's oldest martial arts forms, the balletic practice of Tai Chi actually combines elements of both. Nicknamed "meditation in motion," Tai Chi incorporates flowing motions and postures designed to relax the body and cycle positive energies throughout. During this class, you'll become versed in those movements, as well as breathing techniques designed to compliment them. In addition to its health benefits, Tai Chi does in fact help ground the practitioner in an effective self-defense style, teaching that the strength and power of your opponent can be countered with artful moves and a clear mind, allowing you to turn your opponent's attack against them.
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    Tai Chi (Malden)

    99 Dartmouth St, Malden

    • Explore the tranquil movements of tai chi, one of world's most meditative martial arts practices
    • Revitalize your body and reap the many health benefits associated with Tai Chi
    • Master breathing techniques that will help you achieve mental focus and control
    • Find joy in the simplicity and fluid motions of this timeless art
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    Taiji Quan (Chinatown)

    Taiji Quan means "Supreme Ultimate Fist," so that should paint a very compelling picture of this martial art in your head. This introductory class will teach you the meditative physicality that goes into training in Taiji Quan. Exercise will be emphasized to gain the strength necessary to get the most out of your newly learned skills and abilities. The purpose of each movement of this martial art is to add fluidity to your repertoire. Train with moves that emphasize the striking of vulnerable pressure points and the dislocation of an opponent's joints. Keep in mind that by keeping the body soft and relaxed, you can respond and adapt to problems faster than one that is hard and tense. With proper training, any opponent can be one you can approach with a relaxed and prepared mindset!
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    Taiji Quan (Chinatown)

    33 Harrison Ave, Boston

    • Explore the martial art of Taiji Quan with a focus on fitness and by learning its well-rounded fighting techniques
    • Learn how to strike vulnerable points of the body and impair an opponent's joints
    • Master meditative aspects for a strong, alert body, and an intuitive and poised mind
    • Use your heightened understanding to achieve flow and fluidity in your practice of this martial art
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