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Silver Tiger Tai Chi
Internal Arts for Health & Fitness
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Master William Ting passed away Monday, December 18th. To all of us who knew him, he was an incredible tai chi teacher, and more than that, an exceptionally caring and thoughtful human being.  He gave so much of himself and always tried to make everyone feel good.  He was also incredibly patient. He will be missed.

 

Here is a link to Master Tings’ obituary.

We will be commemorating Master William Ting's life on February 3, 2024 at the Lyceum Building in Burlington, NJ from 1 to 5 PM. For more information contact Joe Eber: 
908-884-1014 or theebers@aol.com.

 

In remembrance of Master Ting's life, the family asks that any charitable donations be made to the University of Pennsylvania's Abramson Cancer Center, please call
215-898-0578 or email uphsgift@upenn.edu.

Wuji Qigong and Tai Chi classes continue HERE.
Why should I practice Tai Chi now?
  • Increases your energy and vitality. 

  • Assists with weight control. 

  • Builds strength and endurance: lubricates joints, strengthens and relaxes muscles. 

  • Increases concentration and the ability to focus the mind. 

  • Prevents and heals illness: restores yin/yang balance, maintains chi circulation. 

  • Teaches deep breathing and relaxation techniques. 

  • Calms down the mind and reduces stress. 

Benefits as you age 
  • Increases coordination, flexibility and balance: helps prevent falls, accidents, arthritis. 

  • Lowers blood pressure: prevention of heart disease and stroke. 

  • Boosts the immune system:
    cold and flu prevention. 

  • Helps relieve chronic pain. 

  • Prolongs a happy and healthy life.

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Contact us

Lyceum Hall
432 High Street
Burlington, NJ  
Phone: 856-778-4209

Email: kuopting@comcast.net

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