Date(s) - August 20, 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am
When the root is deep, there is no need to fear the wind.
Many tai chi moves use images from nature—stable as a pine, flowing like a river, hands moving as clouds. Enjoying tai chi in the Arboretum allows us to connect deeply to that imagery. Each week we will explore a few tai chi moves which are relaxing, help improve focus and balance, and nurture rooted in the moment. No experience is necessary, only an interest in exploring the many benefits of tai chi.
Class size is limited to 9 participants; registration is required. This class will be held at Hoyt Arboretum’s Stevens Pavilion.
Tickets are on a sliding scale. You can choose what price to pay.
All participants are required to:
- Come 5 minutes prior to class and avoid congregating.
- Wear a face covering for the whole event.
- Maintain 6ft. of distance from other attendees (there will be markers on the floor for attendees to stand apart during class).
- Bring own water.
This event is fully booked.