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Enso Open House Highlights Fun, Friendship, and Fitness at the Chicago Dojo

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On Saturday, May 10, 2104, guests from all over Chicagoland visited Enso’s Chicago dojo to get a taste of our current offerings and NEW fitness programs launching this summer. Among the fun festivities and raffles, the event offered free trial classes and demos for:

  • Tai Chi & QiGong
  • Shotokan Karate
  • The Real YOUga
  • The Art of Breaking (hip-hop and breakdancing)
  • Zumba
  • Cardio Fit Karate

Familiar and new faces spent the day trying new activities that help promote great health and fitness — two very important aspects for us at Enso. Many left with new-found interests and new friends!

Summer 2014 Class Registration

Still want to sign up for our programs? It’s not too late! Get more information about each program and find out how you can register here. Sign-up before May 20th and receive $20 OFF! Offer expires: May 20, 2014. Not valid for drop-in rates. Offer not valid for Zumba session rate. For karate and Tai Chi program, offer is valid for new students only. ONLINE PROMO CODE: SUMMERFIT

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Want to reduce stress and feel better? Try Tai Chi at Enso!

Summer Session 2013

Enso’s Tai Chi Summer Session begins Monday, August 12 and runs through September 30. For our short summer session, the fee is $125, more than 20% off the standard 6 week fee. Enso Tai Chi students also receive access to practice videos we make available exclusively for our Tai Chi students.

Tai Chi in Millennium Park!

Also, please join us for Tai Chi on the Great Lawn in Millennium Park in August as part of the City of Chicago’s Summer Workout series.

For more information on Tai Chi in Millennium Park, or our classes and schedule, visit www.chicagotaichi.org.
To sign up for our Summer Session, please email instructor Chris Cinnamon at chris@chicagotaichi.org.

About Tai Chi

A martial art with roots in ancient China, a growing body of evidence shows that Tai Chi practice can reduce stress, improve balance, and help a variety of chronic conditions. For a free report summarizing medical studies into the benefits of Tai Chi, download your copy here.