T’ai Chi Chih

A moving meditative exercise.

A form of moving fluid meditation.       

For so many it is difficult to quiet the mind especially when we are asked to be still.  The body is not ready for that stillness.   T’ai ChiChih helps us develop a quite and focused mind but while moving. The exercises create a sense of being very grounded from the hips down and an effortless flowing upper body. The mind stays busy focusing on the movement giving the mind space away from the outside world.

What: T’ai Chi Chih

When: Wednesday 8:30 am at Yogachelan Studio
Sunday 8:30 am at Pingrey Centennial Park (outdoors)

Where: Yogachelan Studio 206 E Woodin (upstairs) or Pingrey Centennial Park 302 Third (outdoors)

Directions: Pingrey Park from Yogachelan Studio (driving or walking)

Instructor:  Bill Posey from Yogachelan

Details:  Dress comfortably. In studioBring a pair of clean, studio only, light weight tennis shoes or barefoot, no street shoes in the studio. Come with an open mind and body. You really need nothing more.

Price: Drop-in $17 or your Yogachelan pass.  If joining us in the Park, cash or check please. No need to preregister but you may.

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T’ai Chi Chih

T’ai Chi Chih (TCC) was originated by Justin Stone in 1974 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Consisting of 19 movements and 1 pose, TCC generates, circulates and balances the Vital Force or Chi helping to improve health, creativity, performance and intuition.

T’ai Chi Chih means “Knowledge of the Supreme Ultimate”. It is not a martial art and is completely nonviolent. Young and old alike find it easy to learn and practice.

TCC has spread throughout the world by those who have experienced its great benefits. It is a moving discipline that brings peace and serenity to those who practice regularly.

Known to its practitioners as “the effort of no effort”.



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