Tai Chi Class Changes

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Beginning Tuesday, October 22, 2019 

we will no longer be offering Tuesday/Thursday A.M. Tai Chi classes
in order to prepare for our 2019-2020 winter schedule.

All students are welcome to continue Tai Chi practice during our Monday 4-5 P.M.and our Friday 3-4 P.M. Tai Chi classes.

Eric Lin will continue teaching and training at Nisei Dojo until Monday October 28.  He will return in early March 2020.

Faith will continue to teach and train at Nisei Dojo until Monday November 11.  She will return in late April, 2020.

Linda Donner will teach all Tai Chi classes beginning November 15, 2019.

You are all doing incredibly well and it is our sincere hope that you will continue to practice together at the Dojo with Linda, continue to educate yourself about Tai Chi through reading, and continue to learn and practice Tai Chi at home through the use of on-line resources and video.

We would like to sincerely thank Master Bob of the Tai Chi Tao Center In Oak Park, Illinois who has, for the past year, been generously teaching and training with us on the 2nd Tuesday of each month.

Perhaps in the Spring when we return to Illinois, we can reinstitute the  second Tuesday of each month morning session of Tai Chi teaching and training again.

Faith Mirza
Eric Lin
Linda Donner

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