NJ Tai Chi School Hosts Open House & "Chinese Lantern Festival" Feb. 28
In the West, the "Lantern Festival" is a lesser-known aspect of Chinese New Year. Internal Gardens combines the Lantern Festival with its Open House offering free tai chi workshops. This gives folks a second chance at their New Year's Resolutions to do something good for themselves. Free food and gifts while supplies last.
Internal Gardens Tai Chi School is offering an Open House celebration of the Lantern Festival of Chinese New Year as a way for the community to get together and share in the healthy Chinese mind/body art of tai chi chuan. Visitors can enjoy free tai chi mini-workshops all afternoon while learning more about a traditional tai chi school setting. "While I'm not Chinese myself," comments owner and master instructor, Loretta Wollering, "I love to honor and share the culture of my deceased tai chi teacher, Master Jou Tsung Hwa. And besides, the Chinese New Year holiday is a great way for people to get a second chance on any abandoned New Year's resolutions!"
While the event is geared towards adults, kids are certainly welcome. Open House begins at 12 noon, and there will be free traditional Chinese New Year's foods and gifts while supplies last. Internal Gardens is located upstairs at: 418 Route 23, Suite D; Franklin, NJ 07416 at the corner of Route 23 North and Rapole Street. For more info, call 973-827-8805 or visit:www.InternalGardens.com
Please Leave a message, as Loretta Wollering is often on the road and will check back.