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World Tai Chi & Qigong Day Sat. April 28th
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
177 Main St. East Brunswick NJ 08816
Join Tai Chi USA for this free event.
“For nearly two decades, a quiet subtle phenomenon has grown across the planet. Each year, on the "last Saturday of April," in 100s of cities in over 80 nations, spanning 6 continents... World Tai Chi & Qigong Day events have been held around the planet all on the same day.
The event's motto is "One World... One Breath,"”*
Heal your body, mind and spirit.
Heals and improves: balance, back, neck, heart, lungs, kidneys, liver, blood pressure, joints, among others.
Martial arts and push hands are available for those interested.
Please wear sweat pants or loose pants with an elastic waist, a t-shirt, and socks on your feet.
*(Source: World Tai Chi Day website)