Tai Chi / Qigong

 Batto Do / Samurai Sword

Synergy Institute has added adult Martial Art Programs in the Lotus Room. All classes are created with the idea that age or level of expertise do not matter. We welcome beginners as well as seasoned practitioners of martial arts. 

Tai Chi / Qigong

This course will introduce the 18 methods of Tai Chi/Qiqong and Wuji/Qiqong, and is great for students of all levels. These two systems will teach students the foundation of Tai Chi and Qiqong, as well improve health and well being.

Benefits of Tai Chi / Qiqong:

-Increases stamina and vitality

-Reduces stress

-Enhances the immune system

-Improves cardiovascular function

-Increases respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic, and digestive health

Batto Do: The Art of The Samurai Sword

Join us as we practice Batto Do, the art of the drawn sword. Learn the etiquette, use, and cutting with a sword. The instructor, William Abrams of Hiken Dojo, has dedicated 28 years of studying Japanese Martial arts and 20 years studying Chinese Martial and Health arts.

You will Learn:

 

  • Etiquette and use of the Japanese sword

  • Cutting Tatami with the Japanese sword

Benefits:

  • Improved balance, coordination, and awareness

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Class Schedule 

Every Wednesday

6:00pm - 7:00pm  - Tai Chi / Qigong - William Abrams

7:00pm - 8:30pm - Batto Do/ Samurai Sword - William Abrams

Rates

Drop In - $12

5 Class - $60

10 Classes - $100

*Purchase classes, and check in by clicking the link below. You can also download the MindBody App by visiting the App Store on your Smart phone.

Meet the Instructor

William Abrams

Tai Chi / Qiqong / Batto Do Instructor

William has been on the martial arts path since 1986 when he was first introduced to the Japanese art of Ninjutsu. In his pursuit of the studies of Budo (the way), the path was circuitous. It was during this time that he was introduced to Chinese Martial and Healing Arts. This life-altering experience provided him tools to better understand the basic principles by which martial arts and the world operates. In early 2000, he was introduced to the Art of Japanese swordsmanship, Batto-Do. Always a student, he is continually pursuing advanced swordsmanship techniques, as well as practicing Ninjutsu, and Wu Tai Chi.

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