Tai Chi Fundamentals

Tuesdays, 7:30 – 8:30 pm

Tai Chi is the slow, meditative Chinese martial art practiced to promote health, balance, mental calm, and clarity. Come and join us to learn and practice this profound and wonderful art. No previous experience is necessary.

  • Ages: Adults and Mature Teens 14+
  • Session: Ongoing, meets year-round
  • Instructor: Uri Sella
  • Cost: Pay-what-you-can (suggested donation of $5/class.) Pay online below or in person before class with cash/check
  • Class Location: CCAC’s new home (3412 Clifton Ave)
  • How to Register: Email classes@cliftonculturalarts.org with “Tai Chi” in the subject line.

This is a “Pay-what-you-can” class! We determine the “suggested donation” amount based on the absolute minimum that it costs the center to run this class. If that amount is out of your reach today, enter an amount that you are comfortable with in the box below, then hit “donate” to register.

If you can afford it, we encourage you to pay the “suggested donation” amount (or more) so CCAC can continue offering creative experiences that are available and accessible to everyone!

If you do not see a “donate” option, the program is full.

Uri Sella
Uri grew up in Israel, where he served in the Israeli army and studied law. Upon graduation, he clerked on the Israeli Supreme Court and, in 1994, moved to New York City to start a career as a corporate lawyer.

In New York, he discovered a passion to express himself with paint. Twice a week, after a long day in the office, he would shed his suit and tie and travel downtown to attend Jack Potter’s evening classes on drawing and composition at the School of Visual Arts.

Several years later, he decided to abandon the practice of law and joined his wife in Cincinnati. Upon the birth of his first child, he became a stay-at-home father. He also studies and teaches tai chi.


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