Thursday, December 1, 2011

Winter Tai Chi series at New Haven Public Library

"Resist the Winter Blues -- learn the calming yet invigorating moves of Tai Chi"
Kathleen Brenner will offer an indoor winter series on Saturday mornings, 10:30-11:30 a.m., starting Feb. 11 and running through March 24, at New Haven Public Library, 133 Elm St.
This series is designed for adults at a beginner level, or as a refresher for those with some experience of tai chi. Participants will learn a 10-form set of Yang style tai chi which derives from the most widely practiced form in the world. Participants can expect to have the sequence of movements memorized well enough by the end of the series that they can practice this short set on their own.
Kathleen Brenner has studied tai chi for over 20 years and has won several gold, silver and bronze medals in international competitions. She has taught tai chi and Chi Kung to several hundred people of all ages over the last eleven years.
Space is limited and registration is required, online at or by calling the library at 203-946-8835. A $25 series fee will be collected at the first class to cover costs of instruction.  
Dec. 3, 10 am-noon--Lessons in Genealogy Part 2: Research Techniques, with William Fothergill. Series focuses on African-American and Native American resources. Free. Reservations required: 203-946-7430.

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