The first time I ever saw T’ai Chi Chih being practiced, I was taking a walk along Boulder Creek. I had just recently moved to Colorado from my home in northern Virginia. A group of people were gathered together by the library, and just watching them brought to me a real sense of peace and homecoming. How fortunate I was later on to be formally introduced to T’ai Chi Chih by my daughter-in-law’s mother, Eliza.
This gentle practice continues to be a source of strength, peace and beauty in my life. After 30 years of serving as a high school teacher and counselor, teaching this mindfulness moving meditation has been the next right step on my journey. The only thing more fulfilling than practicing T’ai Chi Chih is sharing it with others. And there is no better time than now for us all to share together the joy and tranquility it brings.
Please get in touch if you would like to try a practice session at Boulder Creek.