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Tai Chi

Monday: 6:30 p.m.-7:45 p.m.

The Educational Alliance Not a NYC Department of Parks and Recreation operated property, 197 East Broadway, Manhattan

Age:Adult  

Experience the gentle flowing, movements of Tai Chi and treat your whole body to a gentle and relaxing workout. Bring your own towel--we will supply everything else. Purchase an 10-class punch card, valid for 90 days, for $120 ($12/class), or drop in to any class for $15. Purchase right before class in the studio, or order in advance.

Cost:$15  

The Educational Alliance

 

Tai Chi

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Al Oerter Recreation Center, 131-40 Fowler Avenue, Queens

Age:Adult / Senior  

This Chinese martial art relaxes the body by aligning breath with a series of movements.  It is believed to improve cardiovascular fitness, balance and flexibility and relieve stress.

Members can sign up for one day only, either Tuesday or Thursday.

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Tai Chi

Community Center at Stuyvesant High School Not a NYC Department of Parks and Recreation operated property, 345 Chambers St., Manhattan

Age:Adult / Senior  

Learn the ancient Chinese martial art with an expert. No experience necessary. Register at the Community Center or call 646-210-4292 Visit www.ccshs.org for program information and class times.

Cost:call for price 

 

Tai Chi

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Friday: 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

Brownsville Recreation Center, 1555 Linden Boulevard, Brooklyn

Start Date:October 1, 2013
Age:Adult / Senior  

This Chinese martial art relaxes the body by aligning breath with a series of movements. It is believed to improve cardiovascular fitness, balance and flexibility and relieve stress.

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Wii Dancing

Wednesday: 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

PSS Andrew Jackson S.C. Not a NYC Department of Parks and Recreation operated property, 325 East 156th Street, Bronx

Age:Senior  

Join us while we dance with Nintendo Wii! We recommend that you become a member of the senior center to participate. Joining is easy and free. Call to find out how.

Cost:Free 

 

Youth Karate

Friday: 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

Ridgewood YMCA Not a NYC Department of Parks and Recreation operated property, 69-02 64th St, Queens

Age:Child  

Under the direction of instruction Glenn Faustini, World Martial Arts hall of Fame Inductee, children age 6-12 learn the martial arts of karate and jujitsu and develop confidence, awaremenss, speed, self-esteem, and discipline. Registration required.

Phone:212-912-2180
Cost:Free for members, membership $10-$77/month 

 

Youth Karate

Saturday: 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.

North Brooklyn YMCA Not a NYC Department of Parks and Recreation operated property, 570 Jamaica Ave, Brooklyn

Age:Child / Teen  

The youth karate programs emphasize the building of spirit, mind and body. They learn how to defend themselves in a safe and friendly environment.

Phone:718-277-1600
Cost:Free for members, non-members $120/8 weeks 

 

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