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Japanese Sushi Workshop
Date: Saturday, February 10, 2018
Learn how to make sushi in this exciting 2-hour workshop! There are many exciting aspects of sushi-making that we will explore. From the rolling to the pressing, this workshop will provide everything you’ll need to know. Sushi is commonly made with raw fish; however you can also use vegetables, ham, cheese, or a variety of other ingredients. We’ll also learn about the finer points of how to properly make sushi rice. You can showcase your creativity and show off your skills at your next family gathering or party! Registration closes on Friday, Feb. 2, 2018. Limited space available.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: UWF Japan House
Dates: Aug. 24 - Sept. 19, 2017; Seot. 21 - Oct. 17, 2017; Oct. 19 - Nov. 14, 2017; Nov. 16 - Dec. 17, 2017 (No class: Nov. 23)
This class is offered to both those with martial arts experience (beginner, intermediate and advanced) and those without and examines the methods involved in traditional Karate-do, or 'Way of the empty hand', through a traditional Japanese style known as Shotokan Karate. With a membership in over 100 countries, the JKA is the world’s largest and most prestigious karate organization. Recognized heir to the Shotokan karate tradition, it is the only legal karate entity officially approved by the Japanese government as an association of members for the promotion of karate. This course will further stress the importance of the health benefits and unarmed self-defense techniques resulting from physical conditioning and mental discipline. A plain white ji (uniform) is required for this class. Uniforms are available from the instructor at an additional cost, or students may provide their own.
Tuesdays & Thursdays
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Location: UWF Pensacola Campus, Bldg. 72, Teaching Gym
Tuition: $250 all sessions or $70 individual monthly sessions Learn More
Dates: Aug. 30 – Dec. 13, 2017
Experience the beautiful and calming martial art of Tai Chi, and expand your knowledge of its origin in ancient Chinese culture thousands of years ago in the Zhou Dynasty. Dating back some 600 years, Tai Chi is a popular exercise program in which almost anyone can participate. Tai Chi consists of gentle, fluid movements that are relaxed and slow in tempo, leading some to call it “meditation in motion.” Tai Chi has a multitude of health and wellness benefits including muscle strengthening, cardiovascular fitness, joint flexibility and improvement in balance, posture and concentration. It has also been found to reduce stress and blood pressure, and best of all, it’s fun to do! The Confucius Institute is hosting a new Tai Chi class for students, faculty and staff. We welcome all to join!
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Location: UWF Pensacola Campus, Bldg. 72 (HLES), Blue Studio
Tuition: $30.00 Register Now