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    Eternal Spring Chi Kung and Tai Chi

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    What is the most relaxed you've ever felt in the city? Maybe it's the silence between sirens or that secluded spot in Central Park on the rocks. Whatever you do to relax, this class ups the ante. Here, in this Eternal Spring Chi Kung and Tai Chi, you'll combine elements of Tai Chi, Nei Kung, meditation, and deep breathing techniques to completely relax your body and mind, connecting it with the surrounding world. The benefits are innumerable in regards to relaxation and stress management. Develop an understanding of the world by simply chillin'.
    Eternal Spring Chi Kung and Tai Chi

    156 W 44th St, New York

    • Combine elements of Tai Chi, Nei Kung, meditation, and deep breathing to relax your mind and body
    • Reduce stress through deep breathing from the diaphragm mixed with slow-moving martial arts
    • Discover internal and external harmony
    • No experience necessary
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    1 positive reviews
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    Introductory Kendo - 1 Hour

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    Not all sword fighting is about anger, aggression, and hurting your opponent. Some, like this beginner kendo class, are different and even enlightening! This kendo class will teach you the importance of respecting your opponent and achieving a valid strike. Training will improve your strength, speed, stamina, reflexes, and concentration. Repetition will be the vehicle for your training and improvement in a discipline that encourages self-awareness (while being very enjoyable at the same time). Soon you will start handling a weapon like a master with a training in kendo.
    Introductory Kendo - 1 Hour

    110 W 14th St, New York

    • Train in the modern Japanese bamboo sword fighting martial art known as kendo
    • Practice with bamboo swords as you are introduced to this art
    • Increase your speed, strength, stamina, concentration and improve your reflexes
    • Learn how kendo is more about respecting your opponent than anger and aggression
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    8 positive reviews
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    Tai Chi

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    Tai Chi, in itself, is known for bringing a sense of serenity to its practitioners. At The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, your serenity will be taken to the next level as you experience this ancient martial art of flows, stretches, and graceful movements in an environment often visited for the sake of reflection and peace. Your professional instructor will lead you through your practice as you gain mindfulness and physical wellness with each flow. You'll leave feeling refreshed and removed from the constant interruptions of everyday life. Who knew such tranquility existed in the middle of Staten Island?
    Tai Chi

    338 Lighthouse Ave, Staten Island

    • Practice Tai Chi in the serene surroundings of the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art
    • Experience the calm of connecting mind and body through flowing movements
    • Enhance your practice in an environment that is known for bringing peace and mindfulness
    • All skill levels are welcome
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    1 positive reviews
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    Samurai Sword Fighting - Tribeca

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    You are the one that has seen every Bruce Lee movie and loves Japanese culture. This samurai sword fighting class dedicated to Samurai Sword Soul Style is the perfect way to feed those interests. Each class will walk you through a 3-step process based on Waki Style Tate, Kendo, Karate, Iaido and Japanese Classical Dance. First, you will practice basic sword techniques, suching as gripping, breathing, and footwork. Next, you will experiment with sword contact via offensive and defensive moves. Finally, you'll learn choreography, which recognizes samurai sword fighting as both a martial and performing art. Perfect for anyone looking to improve their concentration and try something entirely new, you'll channel that inner samurai in no time!
    Samurai Sword Fighting - Tribeca

    126 East 13th St, New York

    • Learn basic sword techniques such as gripping, breathing, cutting, and positioning
    • Practice fundamentals through exciting choreography in one-on-one or one-versus-many situations
    • Improve your concentration and discipline
    • No experience necessary
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    5 positive reviews
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    Women's Self-Defense

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    Are you looking to learn some self-defense tips to help keep yourself safe? This class, geared towards women, has been running for over 18 years as a free tool in the community for any female interested in learning more about physical safety. Punching and kicking techniques from the perspective of a martial arts discipline are emphasized, along with learning how to take down an attacker. Women are welcome to take this self-defense class and learn vital and indispensable self-defense skills. Discover the ins and outs of protecting yourself from harm!
    Women's Self-Defense

    122 2nd Ave, New York

    • Learn the techniques and physical skills necessary to protect yourself in this women's self defense class
    • Arm yourself with a heightened awareness while staying safe and secure from potential attackers
    • Class is for women only
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    75 positive reviews
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    Kung Fu

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    Want to get a great workout and look like an action star in the making? If so, then why haven't you given Kung fu a shot? In this class, learn forms of typical Shaolin Kung fu training, as well as the stretching and breathing techniques of Qigong. You will develop strength, flexibility, and explosive power as you practice stretches and jumps in this unique workout. These moves can be used in real life self-defense situations should the need ever arise. Chuck Norris isn't going to have anything on you once you get through this class!
    Kung Fu

    118-122 Baxter Street, New York

    • Learn traditional Kung fu moves that originated in the Shaolin Temple in Henan, China
    • Improve your physical fitness as well as your focus, discipline, and confidence
    • Master effective self-defense moves that can be used in threatening situations
    • No experience necessary
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    2 positive reviews
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