Moving SENSEably: A 3 class Introduction to T’ai Chi
Where: AIM, 175 Weaverville Rd.
When: 3 Tuesday evenings starting September 13th, at 7:30pm
T’ai Chi for Deepening Awareness and for Daily Living
T’ai Chi is a series of centuries old, carefully designed circular movements performed in a very focused and sloweddown way. We’ll break down some of these movements into relatively easy to learn components and consciously practice them. Then, as we weave them together, we can learn to connect with an inner movement intelligence that may offer a surprising array of worthwhile benefits, such as greater ease in doing daily tasks, better balance (physically and mentally) and reduced stress.
There will be an option for learning an extended T’ai Chi Chuan form over the 11 Tuesday evenings (Oct 4 – Dec. 13) following this prerequisite Introduction class.
About the Instructor:
Roger learned T’ai Chi at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, CA in 1982. He’s taught popular semesterlong T’ai Chi classes for several years at Portage (Michigan) Senior Center, Kalamazoo Valley Community College, and through Borgess Medical Center’s Integrative Medicine department.
Donation of $15 requested (all going to the sangha)
Class size limited – preregistration required