Guest class are weekly classes offered by one of Many Roads Martial Arts Center instructors or a guest instructor. These classes can be attended without a membership. Some of these class have separate fees to help compensate the instructor.
Tai Chi for the Disabled
with Myk Olsen
2pm – 3pm
I am teaching a reduced rate Tai Chi classes specifically geared toward anyone with physical disabilities. Whether you are on wheels, missing a limb, have nerve damage, suffer chronic pain, have muscle atrophy, or have any of a number of maladies which have put you into the category of “disabled,” Tai Chi is ideally suited to work around physical disabilities and still provide exceptional no-impact exercise. I’m living proof.
I’ve been a Tai Chi practitioner for seventeen years and have been disabled for seven. I’ve competed in national tournaments, winning medals in forms and sparring competitions. I have mastered forms in Yang, Chen, Wu, and Sun Tai Chi styles. These include open-hand, long and short straight sword, broad sword, spear, deer-horn knives, and even a rather snazzy Shaolin cane form. When done properly, Tai Chi is an exceptional aerobic exercise which improves cardiac function, increases core strength, heightens balance, opens joints, and aids in overall mobility.
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with Aleksey Dobryy
4:30pm — 6pm
This class is open all and is included in memberships for instructors and senior students. Classes are flexible in content depending on who is attending, weather, and temperature. Come to this class ready to workout and learn.
Aleksey Dobryy began his study of “Faan Tzi Ying Jow Pai” and Wu style of “Tai Chi Chuan” under personal guidance of sifu Leung Shum in New York at 1993. He obtained certificate of instructor at 2001. Before that time and after he studied various martial arts and upholds black belt in Judo, equivalent of back belt in SAMBO (soviet style of Ju-Jitsu without belt system), color belts at Okinawan Go-Ju Ryu and Brazilian Ju-Jitsu and studied different style of traditional Chinese kung-fu. Very actively participated in many Judo, Sambo, Greco-Roman and Olympic free style wrestling tournaments. He strongly believes in safe and wholistic approach to practice of Martial Arts as a way of life, but with solid foundation in practical self-defense.
For more information contact Aleksey Dobryy directly at firstname.lastname@example.org