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Longevity Secrets And Tai Chi Classes Offered At The Spreckels Center

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Posted: Thursday, July 18, 2019 5:06 pm

Yang Sheng is the art of nourishing life and longevity, and is the foundation of health in Chinese medicine. Exercise, healthy diet, sleep, meditation, and living in accord with the cycles of nature are all key parts of a well-being practice. Practitioners of oriental medicine and acupuncture from the Healthy Living Center at Sharp Coronado Hospital will speak at the John D. Spreckels Center on Wednesday, July 17 from 2:30 – 3:45 p.m. about acupuncture, healthy eating, Qi Gong, Tai Chi, plus other practices that improve health and well-being. This is a free presentation.

Take your longevity practice a step further at the Spreckels Center’s Tai Chi class on Wednesdays from 9:10 – 10:10 a.m. This ancient Chinese martial art provides amazing health and fitness benefits for our modern lives! Tai Chi offers a unique way of exercising that impacts participants on many levels, including better function of the muscles, bones, heart, lungs and blood circulation. Classes held: July 3 -31 $40 residents/ $50 non-residents, August 7-28 $32 residents/$42 non-residents.

To sign up or receive additional information, visit the Spreckels Center located at 1019 Seventh Street, call 619-522-7343, or visit www.coronado.ca.us/spreckels.

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