Tai Chi Classes at Urbana Fine Arts Center
Urbana Fine Arts Center will host a series of Tai Chi Classes, conducted by Scott Bloomer, an accredited Yang style Tai Chi instructor.
Classes are designed for students ages 18 and older.
The first session will start on November 7 and end on December 19, 2018.
Classes will be held on Wednesdays, from 12:00 to 12:45 PM.
Price is $ 5.00 per class, plus a one time donation of a can of non perishable food for the food bank.
About Tai Chi
Tai chi is a form of gentle, slow movement that combines stretching and mindfulness. The slow movements relieve stress and anxiety.
Tai chi is ideal for adults because the movements do not put too much stress on the muscles and joints.
Health Benefits of Tai Chi
•better mood, with lower levels of depression, stress, and anxiety
•greater aerobic capacity and muscle strength
•more energy and stamina
•enhanced flexibility, balance, and agility
•lower blood pressure and improved heart health
Modern Dance Workhop Conducted By Andrew Cribbet
Once again we hosted a successful event at our studio.
On August 7 and 8, Andrew Cribbet, a professional dancer with the Eisenhower Dance Company, MI, taugth Contemporary and Modern Dance classes for students ages 7 to adult.
Our thanks to Mr. Cribbett!
Andrew Cribbett, originally from Thomasboro, Illinois, began his dance training at the age of six. He trained with Christine Rich and Luciana Rezende at the Christine Rich Studio Dance Academy and Performing Arts Center in Savoy, IL. At the age of 16, he received a full scholarship to The Washington School of Ballet in Washington D. C. He attended Duke Ellington School of the Arts to finish his senior year of High School. Andrew has received scholarships to attend summer intensives at Washington School of Ballet, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, The Rock School of Ballet in Philadelphia, and Faubourg Ballet Chicago. He is
a professional dancer with the Eisenhower Dance Company and a proud teacher.
Currently , Mr. Cribbett is
directing a Black Box Theatre, based in Detroit.
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