Tai Chi Chih: Meditative Movement for People Living with Lupus and Other Autoimmune Diseases
|Date:||Monday, March 27, 2017|
|Time:||3:30 pm – 5:00 pm|
|Location:||Chanhassen Library, Wilder Room, Chanhassen|
|Category:||Classes & Seminars|
Tai Chi Chih is a meditative, gentle form of exercise that can reduce fatigue, stress and joint pain, and increase energy, circulation and balance. The practice is a series of 19 movements and one pose that are soft and flowing, can be done anywhere, and are adaptable for every fitness level. Join us for this easy-to-learn practice and take home simple movement skills that can be used in daily life.
Free, but pre-registration is required by Thursday, March 23.
Contact Director of Education Sandy Parnell by email or phone at 952-746-5151/800-645-1131, ext. 105.
About the Instructor
Mary Weddle is an accredited instructor of Tai Chi Chih and teaches the practice in the community including at Plymouth Creek Community Center. Mary has been a physical therapist since 1987 and recently retired from teaching in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at St. Catherine University.