T’ai-Chi (Taiji) Classes and Events with Robert Chuckrow. Ph.D.
Note: All Classes Include Ch’i-Kung (Qigong)
The following information was updated on December 29, 2015:
Class Times and Locations
• T’ai-Chi (Taiji) Classes at Trinity Episcopal Church, 7 South Highland Ave. (NE corner of Route 9 and Ellis Place), Ossining, NY:
Saturday Mornings: 9:30–11:30 A.M., ongoing. The first trial class is free. Thereafter, the fee is $84.00 for eight consecutive weeks of classes. All levels of experience are welcome. For information on whether or not this class will be canceled due to weather (or any other reason) or its location changed, please go to http://www.chuckrowtaichi.com/Info.html. That information will be available by 8:00 of the morning in question at latest.
Wednesday Evenings: 7:00–8:30 P.M. The T’ai-Chi Yang Long form will be taught, starting on August 5, 2015. Participation in class is by permission.
• T’ai-Chi Classes at Other Venues:
Wednesday Mornings: 10:00–11:00 A.M. T’ai-Chi Instruction for Seniors ongoing at the Fox Senior Center, 198 Carpenter Ave. (actually off Carpenter Ave.), Mount Kisco, NY. This is a class for those 55 years of age and up. No fee for Mt. Kisco residents; fee is $3.00 per class for non-residents. Note: No class on 2/3/16 and 3/9/16. Level: Form instruction for beginners and up. For information, contact the Mount Kisco Nutrition Center, 914-666-8931. Directions to the Mount Kisco Nutrition Center.
Tuesday Evenings: Six classes, 6:30–7:45 P.M. T’ai-Chi Instruction for Beginners starting on March 29, 2016, at the Hendrick Hudson Free Library, 185 Kings Ferry Road, Montrose, NY. Free of charge. Registration begins on March 14. For information, call 914-739-5654. Note: No class on 4/19 and 5/3.
• Also Available
Gift Certificates for one or more private lessons or a block of Saturday-morning classes.
Advanced Classes (not listed here but may be attended with permission).
Corporate Workshops in Stress-Management / T’ai Chi / Ch’i Kung during working hours on weekdays.
Workshop on 2/21/16: Cultivating Sung Kai for Health and Martial Benefits.
• For Additional Information
• email Robert Chuckrow at: rmp (at) bestweb (dot) net—or phone 914-762-2810.