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Body, Mind and Spirit!

Media:  Littleton Common TV Program   (LCTV):

2011 World Tai Chi & Qigong Day in Littleton, MA.  

Press Release from the Littleton Independent   bBetsy Levinson:  Going with the flow 

2012 Fall Tai Chi 10-Form

2020 Winter/Spring Term 

Health Qigong(Chi Kung)101: Eight Pieces of Brocade 八段锦 

Eight Pieces of Brocade is one of the most wildly practiced Qigong sets in both China and around the world today.  Qigong has been proven not only medically to improve respiratory, cardiovascular and immune systems, but also mentally to assist people to achieve a better state of mind through a set of gentle stretching exercises with slow breathing.   Like Tai Chi, Qigong is also increasingly recommended by doctors as one of the alternative approaches for various chronic illnesses, such as daily neck or back pain, insomnia, depress, stomachache as well as diseases like arthritis, shingles, Parkinson etc.  

In addition, Qigong also serves as a holistic approach for various rehabilitation or healing needs.  Please give it a try.   It’s very easy to learn and you can enjoy it for the rest of your life.

Instructor's note: Wear loose fitting clothes and soft soled shoes.  

To register, please visit: Adult Education Program on the Tewksbury High School's website: 


Thank you for your interest in learning Tai Chi  & Qigong!

2017 Fall Tai Chi Class by Sharon

2019 Fall Session   

Tai Chi 201: 24-Form, pt.I. De-stress Life and Balance Your Body and Mind (10-class session)                                                            This class will introduce the first 12 movements of the simplified Tai Chi Chuan 24 movements in Yang Style. It is perfect for both beginners and those who have taken a Tai Chi 10-Form class before. Tai Chi Chuan improves your blood circulation, promotes mental concentration, reduces muscle stiffness caused by daily stress and leaves you with peace of mind. It is an excellent supplementary activity for stress management, arthritis ailments, high blood pressure and improves your general health. Wear loose fitting clothes and soft soled shoes.

Time: Wed.  evenings 6:30-7:30pm for 10 weeks, 

Instructor's note: Wear loose fitting clothes and soft soled shoes.

To register, please visit:  Adult Education Program on the Tewksbury High School's website:

2011 Fall Tai Chi 101 & 201