with Lisa Raezer
10 week Series, 1 hour per week. Mondays, 5 pm- 6 pm.
Next Session Starts September 10, 2012.
Tai Chi Chuan is a Chinese martial art comprised of gentle, flowing movements that can be practiced by any person of any age. Often described as “moving meditation,” Tai Chi Chuan uses choreographed sets of postures, called “forms,” which flow from one to another. Tai Chi teaches us to move and breathe properly so that we achieve our greatest potential strength. Research has shown that Tai Chi has a positive impact on a variety of medical ailments, including feelings of stress, high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, and multiple sclerosis.
No experience necessary. All are welcome regardless of age of physical condition. Loose comfortable clothing should be worn–along with a smile.
$120 for 10 Class Series
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Lisa Raezer is the director and head instructor of Native Moon Universal Arts. She has been a student of Tai Chi Chuan since 1994. Lisa began learning the Yang Style Short Form from her husband, Robert Thompson. Since that time, Lisa has studied the Yang Style Long Form, Tai Chi Fan Form, and Tai Chi Sword Form. In addition, she has studied various Qigong forms and meditation. Lisa has been teaching Tai Chi since 2002.
Along with teaching the Yang Style Short Form, Long Form, and weapons forms, Lisa also teaches various Qigong forms, including Eight Pieces of Brocade. Each class includes stretching and joint opening exercises, as well as fundamentals of balance and motion.
Lisa teaches beginners and advanced classes.