Boulder JCC: Tai Chi Beginner Session 2
Tai Chi is an ancient form of Chinese exercise created about 1000 years ago. These slow movements develop strong bones and equilibrium. It stimulates the memory and generates a feeling of
Tai Chi is an ancient form of Chinese exercise created about 1000 years ago.
These slow movements develop strong bones and equilibrium. It stimulates the memory and generates a feeling of confidence and relaxation. You will find your balance and you will learn to relax completely with breath work, and strength gained from Tai Chi.
Classes are Yang style, short-form, which consists of 37 postures developed by Professor Cheng Man-Ch’ing. The martial arts aspect of each movement will be demonstrated, so you will understand the background and the context. The serenity and concentration that you see, when the art is demonstrated, will soon be yours with time.
Meet your teacher: Jaqui Gee has spent the last 40 years focusing on nurturing and teaching stress management techniques and gentle fitness. She has studied the art of Reiki, conscious breath, massage therapy, and tai chi, learning from masters around the globe. Additionally, she is a holistic science-based nutritionist. is excited to share her Tai Chi wisdom with our community.
You must have completed session 1 in order to start session 2. This is a six-week class that does not allow drop-ins.
Thursdays, October 13 – November 17 | 10 – 11 am | $72
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