Full guide Spring 2023

KUNG FU (13 years & over)

Tibetan White Crane Kung Fu develops whole body fitness through a set of controlled movements and sequences. This fast-paced class provides an introduction to Kung Fu and is suitable for those looking to build agility, learn self-defense and improve overall well-be ing. Each session will consist of a warm-up, practice of basic movements, and training ad justed to individual level and progression. Instructor: Tom Haber #11613 Wednesdays April 12 - June 28 6:45 - 8:00 pm Native Sons Lower Level $150/12 WOO KIM TAEKWONDO ADULT (13 years & over) This fast-paced program is de signed to give participants a full body workout all while building a new skill. Taekwondo is a Korean martial art and a recog nized Olympic sport. Known for it’s dynamic, powerful kicks Tae kwondo is a rewarding outlet for everyone. Improve strength, endurance, coordination, flexi bility and balance skills, all while reaching new heights of self confidence. Sanctioned by the BC and Canadian Taekwondo Federations. Taught by 4th Dan Black Belt Richard Dobbs. No class May 18. #11662 Tuesdays & Thursdays April 11 - June 22 7:00 - 8:00 pm Native Sons Grand Hall $276/21

Martial Arts CHI KUNG Similar to Tai Chi and Yoga, Chi Kung promotes health and wellness through the practice of controlled breathing com bined with body movements and sequences. This class leads students through a series of easy to learn, slow-paced movements to improve agility, flexibility and improve overall


Tibetan White Crane Tai Chi improves agility, flexibility and overall health and well-being by performing a sequence of slow and relaxed motions. The class introduces students to the “Needle in Cotton” form which is a treasure of the Tibetan White Crane Kung Fu system. The form is described as “peace in motion” and is a set of Qi gong movements said to carry the practitioner into a healthy and long life. Instructor: Tom Haber #11615 Tuesdays April 11 - June 27 7:00 - 8:00 pm Lewis Meeting Room $114/12

health and mental focus. Instructor: Tom Haber #11614 Thursdays April 13 - June 29 1:00 - 2:00 pm


Native Sons Lower Level $114/12

EVENING TAI CHI The slow, fluid movements of Tai Chi reduce tension and stress, improves balance, coordination, and concentration, as well as muscle resiliency and joint flexibility. Tai Chi helps to increase en ergy and provides an overall sense of well-being. Instructor: Albert Balbon #11610 Thursdays April 13 - June 29 7:15 - 8:15 pm Lewis Activity Room $114/12


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