Lan Su Chinese Garden Temporarily Closed Until Mid-January

Lan Su Chinese Garden is temporarily closed to rehabilitate Lake Zither and refurbish the Teahouse windows. Lan Su will reopen to the public in mid-January 2016. Please visit the Lake Zither Rehabilitation page for more info.

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Life in Balance Tai Chi

Tai Chi Qigong or Shibashi (18 movements) is one of the most popular qigong exercises. It’s a gentle, flowing routine that is deeply relaxing. Shibashi was developed by Professor Lin Hou-Sheng in 1979 and extracts movements from Yang Style Tai Chi. It emphasizes each movement with a breath. The gentle rocking motion and stretching movements improve circulation, pulmonary function and help reduce mental stress and physical tension.

Please join Diane Harris of Life In Balance Tai Chi  on the Terrace at Lan Su Chinese Garden.

Free with membership or admission; no registration required.

Ongoing Programs

Become a Member

As a member, you and a guest may visit as frequently as you like. Enjoy discounts on Lantern Viewing tickets and other special events, discounts in the Teahouse and Garden Shop plus so much more.

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