We've added an 8:30 a.m. yoga class on Wednesdays beginning, Feb. 3. It's a $10 drop-in class. First class is free!
We are excited to welcome Samara Hamze who will teach a beginner/intermediate class, focusing on traditional poses and offer modifications. Students will learn breathing techniques to calm the body and mind and have the option of silent meditation after practice. We have a few yoga mats, blocks and straps, but students are encouraged to bring their own mat if they have one. Read more about Samara on the "Instructors" page.
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“Nature is always in motion. Man also should strengthen without interruption.”
- The I Ching (Book of Changes)
Located in the Stevens Park neighborhood, the Oshkosh T'ai Chi Center is a place dedicated to the art of T'ai Chi as a means to improve the health of the community, by teaching individuals to embody the principals of what the Chinese call the "Supreme Ultimate." According to Professor Cheng Man-Ch’ing, "T’ai Chi is both an integrated exercise and an enjoyable sport for all: rich and poor, strong and weak, young and old, male and female. Weather does not inhibit its practice. Requirements of time and space are minimal. If one has a space approximately four feet on a side and can spare ten minutes a day, he can practice T’ai Chi without spending a cent."
Andy Mertens teaches classes at both the Oshkosh T'ai Chi Center, as well as the Oshkosh Senior Center located at 200 N. Campbell Rd., Oshkosh, WI 54902. Classes focus on several forms of T'ai Chi stretching, self defense, Chinese medicine and Qi gong.