I trust everyone is having a wonderful break, and looking forward to a shiny new year. This January is going to bring some great shifts in the Tai Chi and Qigong program, as we look forward to celebrating the incoming Rooster Year on January 28th!
Classes will resume with Gillianne Shaver's Wednesday afternoon class on January 4th. My regular classes will begin on Friday, January 6th.
I'll be adding a new class on Friday afternoons, from 3-4pm: Qigong for Health Recovery. More details to follow, but the basic idea of this class is to spend focused time working with individual students who are dealing with particular issues with health and mobility, and to talk about how we can use qigong meditation and exercise to approach healing. We'll be covering everything from working with injuries to specific conditions. You do not have to have a health condition to attend this class. Everyone is welcome to come, learn, and to bring any issue to the table they wish to understand better or to workshop for themselves. My hope with the class is that everyone will come away with a better understanding of how Qigong and Qigong meditation can be used as a tool for healing, and how to approach challenges with skill and persistence.
The Qigong for Health Recovery class will start Friday, January 6th, and will run from 3-4pm.
Tai Chi for Beginners is Rebooting! Both the Monday (12:30-2pm) and Saturday (2-3pm) classes will be starting from scratch! If you missed your chance to start learning Tai Chi this fall, or if you feel like you fell off the track with classes, then now's your chance for a fresh start.
Workshops! We'll be ringing in the energies of the new year with a Tai Chi workshop on Sunday, January 29th, 1-5pm. Keep your eyes on this space for more info.