Meeman Center’s Fall Lineup Includes Martial Arts
Publication Date: 9/25/2007
It has been characterized as an elegant slow-motion dance, a moving meditation, a lethal martial art. Western science has begun to acknowledge its beneficial effects for arthritis, bone density, prevention of falls, stress reduction, cardiovascular fitness, and recovery from heart attacks.
What makes this age-old practice so compelling? Come find out.
Meeman Center for Lifelong Learning will begin offering its Taijiquan Fall II Series October 17 in the Bryan Campus Life Center. The instructor is Milan Vigil, who is director of Yang’s Martial Arts Association Taijiquan of Memphis. Vigil also has taught at seminars in the United States, South America, and throughout Europe.
The cost is $89. To register, call 901-843-3965.