The Fall Benefit for Children’s Enrichment program was held on Friday, October 14. Many thanks to the Charlottesville community for their generous contribution! Three children received a scholarship award for one year T’ai Chi class at the dojo.
Children who have taken classes at the dojo demonstrated some of the forms they have learned. Scholarship recipients and donors were able to meet and talk to get to know one another. Special thank you to Mrs. Tussi Kluge for offering her beautiful home for this benefit. Details will be in our November newsletter.
You can still be part of this special combination:
One generous donor + One eager child = One year of valuable T’ai Chi instruction
If you would like to help financially challenged children who are interested in taking a one year class at HTC dojo, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Give yourself the gift of silence and space at this day of Ch’i Kung and meditation.
- Mindful meditation, walking and eating with Tussi Kluge
- Ch’i Kung for the Five Organs with Hiromi Johnson
- Acupuncture and meridians with Mila Zimmerman
Sunday, October 16
At the Hiromi Tai Chi Dojo
10am – 4pm
$60 Suggested Donation (Gluten-free lunch included)
Please register by emailing email@example.com.
Nelson County Times article, March, 2011: Ballet flats and hard-soled work boots were replaced with sneakers and tennis shoes … as 30 Nelson County Middle School students spent the morning learning t’ai chi, a form of martial arts used for meditation, exercise and self defense. (Read more…)
Hiromi T’ai Chi received $9,000 in grant money from the BAMA Works Fund of the Dave Matthews Band to promote T’ai Chi and share its benefits with students in Albemarle’s Post High School program.
See the grant award announcement in the Daily Progress.