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Taoist Tai Chi Society New Classes I


mprove your health and energy with Taoist Tai Chi. Reduce stress and be- come more relaxed. New classes start in January at locations throughout the Triangle and include a four-month beginner package for new students. No special clothing, equipment, or aptitude is needed to learn. The practice of Taoist Tai Chi promotes health and wellbeing for people of all ages and health conditions. Students consistently report relief from pain, better flexibility and balance, and reduced stress


New classes begin at 6:30pm Wednesday, May 2 at the Cornerstone Presby- terian Church, 2200 High House Road in Cary. On Thursday, May 3, new classes begin in Raleigh at Church of the Nativity, 8849 Ray Road at 9:30am, and in Durham at the Episcopal Center at Duke, 505 Alexander Avenue at 6:00pm. On Monday, May 7, classes begin at Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fel- lowship, 4907 Garrett Road in Durham at 11:00am, and in Raleigh at Blue Lo- tus Yoga Studio, 401 N West Street, Suite 105 at 1:30pm, and at Unity Church of Raleigh, 5214 Departure Drive, at 6:30pm.


In June, classes begin at Southern Star Ballroom in the Falls Village Shopping Center, 6625-015 Falls of the Neuse Road at 10:00am on Monday, June 4, and at 10:30am and 6:30pm on Tuesday, June 5 at Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford. For information, see the Taoist Tai Chi ad and the calendar entries in this issue, call 919-787-9600 or visit www.northcarolina.usa.taoist.org. The In- ternational Taoist Tai Chi Society is a global volunteer organization with affil- iates in more than 25 countries, and offers classes in more than 500 locations around the world. See ad on this page.


IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH


The Taoist Tai Chi Society® internal arts of health incorporate stretching and turning into a sequence of movements that improve the health of body, mind and spirit. With this practice you can reduce tension, calm and focus your mind, improve circulation and balance, and increase strength and fl exibility.


NEW BEGINNER CLASSES (108 Moves in 3 Months)


WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 CARY, Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, 6:30–8:30pm


THURSDAY, MAY 3 DURHAM, Episcopal Center at Duke, 6:00–8:00pm


RALEIGH, Church of the Nativity, 9:30–11:30am


MONDAY, MAY 7 RALEIGH, Blue Lotus Yoga, 1:30–2:30pm DURHAM, Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 11:00am–noon RALEIGH, Unity of Raleigh, 6:30–8:30 pm


To advertise or participate in our next issue, call


919-342-2831 8 NA Triangle www.natriangle.com MONDAY, JUNE 4: RALEIGH, Southern Star Ballroom, 10:00–11:00am


TUESDAY, JUNE 5: RALEIGH, Unity of the Triangle, 10:30–11:30am and 6:30–8:30pm


TAOIST TAI CHI SOCIETY OF THE USA: A CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION Raleigh, NC • 919-787-9600 • northcarolina@taoist.org www.northcarolina.usa.taoist.org


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