太極

太極Tai Chi

A Gentle Way to Fight Stress

Tai chi is one of the  branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The simple coordinated movements of Tai chi are practiced slowly to develop and strengthen the mind body connection. As the mind and body connect, there is balance - both the mind and body are in harmony.

Tai Chi Thursdays

Fall Outdoor Tai Chi
- A gentle way to fight stress

This workshop will focus on the basics of Tai chi which, when practiced regularly, has many health benefits, including both mental and physical health. Tai chi is one of the branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The simple coordinated movements of Tai chi are practiced slowly to develop and strengthen the mind-body connection. As the mind and body connect, there is a balance - both the mind and body are in harmony. No advanced knowledge of tai chi necessary.  The class is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.

Details

  • Dates: Every Thursday at 9am. Starting July 8th for 6 weeks 

  • Time: 9am to 10am

  • Location:1008 Dulaney Valley Road, on our large back porch.

  • Cost: $9 per session or $45 for the entire series

  • Instructor: Carol Suzdak

Carol Suzdak has been a Tai Chi practitioner for over a dozen years. She  practices the Yang Style short form of tai chi chuan, the Tree of Life Tai chi protocol, Ichuan standing meditation, the Tai chi sword, fan, and stick forms, and various Qigong forms including the Five Animal Frolics and the Soaring Crane set.  Currently Carol teaches at the Parkville Y.

About the Instructor