Free Tai Chi & QiGong Class
Thursday, May 19th, 4pm to 5pm
Rainier Vista Park, across the street from Neighborhood House, 4410 29th Ave S.
Seattle, WA 98108

for information, contact Sifu Viola Brumbaugh of Wise Orchid Martial Arts-Taijiquan, QiGong & Kung Fu at 206-321-0613 or visit http://www.wise-orchid.com.


One thought on “(May 19, 2011) Free Tai Chi & QiGong Class (FREE)

  1. Well to me Martial Arts means respect and discipline.
    I have trained in different Martial arts now for
    much more than 21 years. I have seen a considerable amount of people come and go
    but one more thing that I have noticed is the respect and discipline that
    has definitely changed those peoples perception of life.

    Youngsters that have started that might be on the wrong side of the tracks, always in trouble
    and no idea how to respect other kids. Put them in a controlled environment with discipline
    and fighting and they soon start to understand.
    Martial arts is a way for youths and adults to get rid of their
    aggression without hurting or bullying anyone.

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