b'General InformationTAI CHI& THE SENIOR PROGRAMBeginners Introduction to Tai Chi Slow Set- Ages 18+ Tai Chi Slow Set - Ages 18+ Instructor: Bill HalacyInstructor:Bill HalacyLearn how to practice the traditional 108 movement Yang taiLearn how to practice the traditional 108 movement Yang tai chi form that has been described as the equivalent of doingchi form that has been described as the equivalent of doing acupuncture on yourself.Beginners are invited to share inacupuncture on yourself.Beginners and returning students this centuries old art form as taught by Masters Tung Kaiwill be enthusiastically welcomed to share in this centuries old Ying and Tung Chen Wei.Reduce stress, strengthen legs,art form as taught by Masters Tung Kai Ying and Tung Chen back and abs, improve balance, enhance immunity, preventWei.Reduce stress, strengthen legs, back and abs, improve or relieve arthritis, and generally approach each day with anbalance, enhance immunity, prevent or relieve arthritis, and upbeat perspective and a lighter step.generally approach each day with an upbeat perspective and a lighter step. When: Thursdays, 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Beginners Welcome!Location:City Wide Community Center When:Tuesdays 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.Cost: $94 Residents, $104 Non-Residents Location:City Wide Community Center Dates(8 weeks) Code:Cost: $94 Residents, $104 Non-Residents 6/30 - 8/18 600439-6 Dates (8 weeks)Code 6/28 - 8/16600441-628 Tai Chi Slow Set Continuation - Ages 18+ Instructor:Bill Halacy When:Tuesdays 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.CyanMagentaYellowBlack Those who have previously learned Tai Chi Gong and the first section of the 108Location:City Wide Community Centermovement Yang tai chi form are invited to continue their studies to complete theCost: $94 Residents, $104 Non-Residents Yang form as taught by the Tung family.As students continue to advance in theirDates(8 weeks) Code studies they will be afforded the opportunity to learn additional related forms,6/28 - 8/16600440-6exercises and applications.Not a Beginner Class!Drop - In Senior ProgramConcord Parks & Recreation looks forward to seeing you at one of our senior programs. Please come visit us at the City Wide Community Center to learn more about the Senior Passport and to get a look at the Senior Lounge.Senior Passport (60 yrs. and older) All registered Senior Program participants will receive their passport and use it to check in when participating in senior programming.The Senior Passport is FREE for Concord residents and is available tonon-residents for a $50.00 yearly fee.The Senior Passport will provide FREE access to the following programs as well as the Senior Lounge on Mon, Wed and Fri from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. To register for your Senior Passport simply stop by the City Wide Community Center. Want to know whats going on? Every month we publish a Senior Program Calendar, which can be found at the City Wide Community Center or by visiting our website(www.concordparksandrec.com) and viewing the Senior page.The calendar will list all Senior Programs for the month.Please note some programs do require advance sign up and a minimal fee.2022 Summer & Fall Page 28www.concordparksandrec.com'