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If you are interested in learning or continuing
your studies of TAI-CHI / QIGONG in 2013,
I will be offering the following group classes.

Updated September 15, 2015

Class begins on October 8
Manchester @ Equinox Village
            10:00 - 10:45 a.m.
Simplified Tai chi for seniors
Class begins on October 2
For employees of Rutland Regional Medical Center
1:45 - 2:30
 10 week Beginner Tai chi



* class schedule is subject to change *

Purchase a set of six classes for $80
(expiring 3-months from purchase)
or per class at $14.00 each.

 Manchester seniors classes
 are $65 for 6 weeks

Our policy:
We will never refuse to teach someone for lack of ability to pay
simply ask and we will work something out so you can learn

To register for a series of group classes, please contact Rich Marantz
at 802-645-1960 or email Rich at

Rich is also available for private instruction, health seminars
and corporate wellness programs by appointment.

In addition to the public classes listed above, Rich has taught a weekly classes in Rutland
at Vermont Achievement Center, Baird Program for juvenile adjudicated offenders;
Serenity House in Wallingford a residential substance abuse program; Bromley Brook
School for Girls;
and for seniors at the Equinox Terrace assisted living community in
He has taught T'ai-chi at Green Mountain College, Castleton College
and Bennington College, for the Flood Brook Community Collaborative, the Vermont Department of Health and was a presenter at the 2008 VTAHPERD annual conference in Killington,VT.
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