Awakenings Series • T’ai Chi Chih: Joy of Movement
Hosted by: Petit Branch Library
Awakenings of the Mind, Body and Spirit
2016 series of monthly programs at Petit Branch Library.
Please join us for an opportunity to experiment with different methods of self knowledge, awareness, and healing. Practitioners and experts from our community will present interactive programs on topics such as meditation, herbs, Qigong, Reiki, chanting, and more. Presenters include Marie Summerwood, Dolores Card, Debra Lee Gertz, and others.
Programs will take place on the fourth Monday of every month at 6 p.m.
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T’ai Chi Chi is rooted in Ancient Yin Yang principles and in T’ai Chi Ch’uan, Qi Gong concepts. It is composed of 19 easy-to-learn movements and one pose. T’ai Chi Chih focuses on improvement of circulation & coordination, metabolism, cultivation of longevity, stress reduction, and mind & body energy. No special clothing or
equipment is required, and no special physical abilities are required, either—even those who need to sit can do it. Movements are done slowly and gently.
Bio: Neena is administrative assistant with the Total Wellness Center (Natural Health Care) in Camillus and holds dual certifications as Public Librarian and School Library Media Specialist. Neena discovered T’ai Chi Chih®; Joy of Movement—a great stress reducer—and became a certified instructor in 1997. She is also a certified instructor of Seijaku, an advanced form of T’ai Chi Chih. She has taught T’ai Chi Chih throughout the greater Syracuse area for over fifteen years.
***Registration is required. If you cannot attend, please contact us to cancel.***