T’ai Chi Chih – Meditation with Movement: Spring Sessions
Continuing classes: March 14, 21, 28, April 4, 11, 18, 25, and May 2, 6:00-7:00pm
Are you looking for calm in your daily routine? Consider circulating and balancing your inner energy or “chi” in the peaceful and serene space of Assisi Heights. The sequence is composed of 19 easy, slow moving meditative movements and one pose. T’ai Chi Chih is very adaptable and it benefits persons with any physical condition or age. It may be done seated or standing and requires no special dress or equipment. You may find yourself enjoying greater flexibility and balance, better general health, more serenity, increased joy and an improved immune system.
This is an eight-session series, not a drop in class. In the beginner’s class, you will learn and practice all 19 movements and the final pose in 8 weeks. The continuing class is for those who have already learned the form and will work on any questions for about 15 minutes, followed by a full practice with the group.
Judy Trousdell is an accredited T’ai Chi Chih instructor. She has been practicing the form herself for many years.