Hi. I’m happy to share with you some highlights of my recent journey into the world of practicing and teaching T’ai Chi Chih and Seijaku. I received my certification to teach T’ai Chi Chih November 19, 2011. My primary T’ai Chi Chih teacher is Ann Rutherford. On November 19, 2016 I received certification for teaching Seijaku. Pam Towne was my teacher trainer.
In the year 2014 I returned to Cape Cod after living in the west and in the south for several decades. I have been experiencing a surge of interest in the practice of T’ai Chi Chih, in just a relatively short period of time. It is clear to me that people are seeking mindful wellness practices to help with calming their inner lives. Many have come to classes looking for opportunities to improve their motion skills and to maintain balance.
I have especially appreciated working with elder practitioners. Many elders feel vulnerable with aging and often find that their preconceived ideas about their bodies and minds change for the better. A simple benefit of regular practice is the sense of well-being. Being an elder, I am eager to enable others to find out for themselves just how powerful it is to move mindfully and to access the benefits of softness, spiritual growth and grounding.
In the months since our global shut down due to Covid-19 I have, like so many teachers across the country, entered into the online world. Our growing T’ai Chi Chih community in Massachusetts is currently meeting several times a week outdoors.
Beginner classes are in the planning and more online activity is inevitable as we move forward with carrying on Justin Stone‘s important work.
Please contact me if you would like to join us.
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