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Master Max G. Yan, a native of China with extensive training in ancient martial arts and an intimate understanding of the benefits of Tao exercise, will be leading a Tai Chi class at The Paradise Center, Wednesday, April 28.
Master Yan currently resides and teaches Chen Taiji in Florida. He has been promoting traditional Chinese health care exercises for over 30 years and is a 27th generation practitioner of Dragon Gate Taoism. Master Yan is also the principal author of, “What is Chi?” by Endless Forest Publishers.
“Having Master Yan here is a privilege and an honor,” says TPC Tai Chi instructor Reuben Fernandez who has trained with Master Yan for many years. “His experience and vast schooling allow him to interpret exercises in a superior style.”
Executive Director Suzy Brenner adds, “Don’t miss this one-time opportunity at The Paradise Center to practice Tai Chi with an internationally-recognized master educator.”
Tai Chi is a form of exercise that involves slow movements and deep breaths and is known to have many physical and emotional benefits, such as decreased anxiety and depression, improved cognition, reduced stress, better moods and sleep, reduced pain from arthritis, improved balance to reduce risk of falling and more. Tai Chi is beneficial for all ages but is ideal for seniors.
This exclusive Longboat Key Tai Chi class will take place outdoors, 10-11am Wednesday, April 28. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and shoes. Water provided. Class is free for TPC Members and $10 for Non-Members. Reservations recommended by calling: 941.383.6493.
You may pay cash at the door or in advance with a credit card online (for an additional .50 cents per ticket): https://py.pl/TIJdu