Meditation in Motion

<I>DAMIAN MULINIX photos</I><BR>Ed Culbertson, who first learned of Tai Chi while serving in China during World War II, leads Peninsula seniors in the ancient Chinese form of exercise. Below, the Seniors Center is the scene of serious pinochle on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.

Interesting activities found at senior centerOCEAN PARK - Hands sweep slowly through the air in a circular motion, moving upward with deep breaths and minds set in meditation.

The ancient Chinese exercise of Tai Chi has often been referred to as "meditation in motion."

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