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Schedule of Classes

SCC - Rose Garden April 2016-7-2_P liver moveMorning Crane teaches classes that slow down the aging process, aid in dealing with past and present trauma, prevent/reduce disease and increase your well-being and vitality.

We are the proud wellness provider for the Santa Clara County Employee Wellness Department. Classes listed below are available to the public.

Call us if you have any questions! (408)391-2846

Qigong for Better Health – February 27 to April 9, 2020 at Center For Spiritual Living San Jose

Join us once a week for seven-week to gain a foundation into this simple practice with profound results.

Join us each Thursday from 5:00-6:00 pm

Experience great health, happiness and healing transformations with Qigong. A powerful movement-based meditation renowned for clearing and balancing blocked energy. By focusing on breath, posture and mind-intent, practitioners learn simple movements and meditations that restore harmony and balance to their body, mind and spirit.

Class location 1195 Clark St, San Jose

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FREE Tai Chi at Almaden Branch Library||Almaden Branch Library
6445 Camden Ave. San José, CA 951204 || February 26, 2020, 5:30-6:30pm

 

 


 

FREE Tai Chi at Cambrian Library ||Cambrian Branch Library
1780 Hillsdale Ave. San José, CA 95124 || March 11, 2020, 11am-12pm

Join us at the Cambrian Branch Library for a free Tai Chi class that will improve your balance, coordination, and self-awareness.  Learn the Tai Chi movements for the purpose of enhancing your health and vitality.

 


 

FREE Tai Chi at Don Edwards SF Bay Wildlife Refuge ||

1751 Grand Blvd. Alviso, CA || April 4, 2020 , 9:30-10:30am

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Come experience the flow of Tai Chi and Qigong in an extraordinary setting.  Join Morning Crane staff instructor for an energizing and balancing practice.  There is an optional 30 minute guided walk after the one hour class.  This class is made possible due to the generous donation from San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society.