Are you seeking a way to reduce stress while improving your muscle strength, flexibility, circulation and immune system? T'ai Chi can help you accomplish these things.
Openings are still available for the fall semester T'ai Chi courses at Winona State University. The course meets Mondays, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., in the Kryzsko Commons East Hall Sept. 8 through Dec. 15, 2003.
T'ai Chi is an ancient Chinese form of exercise for health and self-development of the mind and body. The gentle movements of T'ai Chi exercise every muscle, ligament and organ in the body. T'ai Chi can provide relaxation for physiological and structural balance, coordination and mental well-being. This exercise can reduce stress, improve the immune system, flexibility, circulation and breathing, and increase muscle strength, joints and ligaments by stimulating the respiratory and cardiovascular systems.
People of all ages are welcome to participate in this class. Bahieh H. Wilkinson will be the instructor for this course offered through the Adult, Continuing Education and Extension Department (ACEED).
The fee for the course is $132.70. Call 507-457-5080 to register or to get more information.