Tai Chi Chuan is a 'soft-style' Chinese martial art. Its slow, repetetive movements open internal circulation and improve strength, agility, and balance. Through this moving meditation, one learns both coordination and relaxation. The 108 forms move every muscle of the body through a complete, natural range of motion. Over time, see reduction of stress and increase of natural energy.
John Marchewitz is an instructor from the Michigan Wu Style Tai Chi Institute. He also trained at the Kung Fu Academy in Hong Kong.
This summer session begins Thursday, July 12 and occurs once a week until Thursday, August 30.
For more details, visit the Rochester Community House website at www.rochestercommhouse.org, like the Rochester Community House on Facebook, and join the event.