T’ai-Chi Ch’uan is an exercise of movement for the body and mind. Is there anyone in the world whose idea of being truly healthy would not include, along with a healthy body, a fine mind combined with an ease of disposition? The effect of body on mind and mind on body is evidenced in every turn of our daily life. “Nourish the body and calm the spirit” by means of a “way of movement”: a technique of moving slowly and continuously, without strain, through a varied sequence of contrasting forms that create a stable vitality with calmness, balanced strength with flexibility, controlled energy with awareness. As an exercise that demands no physical strength to begin with, it therefore is good for the weak as for the well, for young and the old, men and women.
Registration is free and must have signed a waiver to participate.
November 29 to April 3, Wednesdays at the Community Room, Town Hall
All Abilities Welcome!
Instructed by Jerry Deverell