Weston Council on Aging

20 Alphabet Lane
Weston, MA 02482
(781) 786-6280



Two classes are held at the Weston Council on Aging
Tuesdays 9:30 – 10:30 – Traditional T’ai Chi
Tuesdays 11:00 – 12:00 – T’ai Chi for Better Balance



Traditional T’ai Chi – Tuesdays, 9:30 – 10:30

Class Location: Weston Council on Aging
To Register: This is a Drop-In class.
Cost: $3 per class
Experience Level: This class is open to all levels.

About The Class
This Traditional Style T’ai Chi class will focus on going through our Cheng Man-Ch’ing / Yang -37 style of T’ai Chi. It looks like this class will be made up of students with experience in other styles of T’ai Chi as well as people who are altogether new to T’ai Chi.

When the class begins in February, we will start right from the beginning and gradually work our way through the form. Each class will include extensive review of moves previously learned while also working to introduce new movements to students.

As it is a drop-in style class, the lessons each week will be tailored to fit the needs of the students in the class that particular week. This will mean that the class may jump around a bit to best include both those newer to the class and those who are more experienced in T’ai Chi.

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T’ai Chi for Better Balance – Tuesdays, 11:00 – 12:00

Class Location: Weston Council on Aging
To Register: This is a Drop-In class.
Cost: $3 per class
Experience Level: This class is open to all levels.

About The Class
In the T’ai Chi for Better Balance class, we proceed through a series of T’ai Chi movements with the aim of improving our balance. These are movements that are taken from more traditional styles of T’ai Chi and are simplified. This allows participants to follow along more easily so that we can focus on the aspects of these moves that help with our balance.

In this drop-in class, we will begin to work our way through the movements, giving the participants an opportunity to learn each of the moves. We will also explore deeper elements of T’ai Chi and how those elements help us improve our balance.

While not required, it is helpful to practice these moves between classes. Participants who practice more frequently tend to experience greater benefits of improved balance, reduced stress and greater enjoyment of the moves themselves.

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