The Monday T’ai Chi Chih class/spiritual practice helps students deepen their knowledge of TCC and its principles, as well as its application to life. Students at all levels are welcome to follow along. This class is an ongoing class with students learning at a variety of levels, and is provided free of charge by the instructor , as a service to the Foothills Unitarian Church community and the community at large. For more information, contact Lisa Stroyan, [email protected]
COST: Donations are optional, can be small, and will support the Share the Plate program at Foothills Unitarian Church, which supports organizations who are also seeking to unleash courageous love in Northern Colorado. Recent Share the Plate recipients include Disabled Resource Services, Homeward Alliance, Alianza NorCo, Immigrant Freedom Fund, Alliance for Suicide Prevention, Food Bank for Larimer County, and Faith Family Hospitality (and the church building is also being used to house homeless families).
TO DONATE: There are two options. Text the dollar amount you want to give and tcc to 84321. For example, texting “5 TCC” to 84321 will donate $5. The first time you will need to connect with a couple of basic questions and add a payment method such as a credit card, after that it’s just the text! You will receive a confirmation and can easily refund the payment if you change your mind or make a mistake. If you prefer the web interface, go to https://foothillsuu.churchcenter.com/giving and make sure to select “T’ai Chi Chih” from the dropdown menu.
Designing Connection: Teaching TCC on Zoom class
This class is offered currently to accredited T’ai Chi Chih instructors only. New sessions start regularly. Please see more information and fill out this form to sign up for an existing session or be notified of the next: https://bit.ly/tccteachingzoom
Seijaku, CO Teachers Small Group Practice, and Private Classes:
Want to go deeper or considering becoming a teacher? Private T’ai Chi Chih, Seijaku (advanced T’ai Chi Chih) and candidate mentoring sessions to prepare for teacher accreditation are available by request. Lisa also specializes in individual T’ai Chi Chih student and candidate coaching over zoom. Many teachers have found that they make great personal discoveries during the process of accreditation. She has helped several candidates become teachers and recently audited an accreditation and has a good feel for how to get the most out of the process. After helping candidates solidify their felt understanding of the principles and subtleties of the movements, focus shifts to deepening into and feeling the energy of the practice so that T’ai Chi Chih can become the teacher.
Most of my zoom sessions that are not listed on the church website are held in my personal room
For the password for a particular event or for more information, contact Lisa Stroyan, [email protected]
Paypal: With the goal of widely spreading this healing discipline, Lisa has taught weekly free TCC classes to the community for four years, always encouraging students to take paid classes from other teachers as well. If you would like to support Lisa’s work directly, you can donate through Paypal: https://paypal.me/LisaStroyan
Persistent Neck/back pain/Headaches? Lisa swears by these two gentle courses for reducing pain and allowing the body to come into better alignment, which can greatly help energy flow, and these affiliate links support her as well. Please share with friends. The Neck Pain Code, and The T Element: Tongue Manual Techniques.
About Lisa Stroyan
Lisa Stroyan is an accredited T’ai Chi Chih and Seijaku teacher in Northern Colorado. She has been practicing T’ai Chi Chih since 2013, and loves the calm, clear perspective that classes and practices bring. She has seen the health benefits firsthand, especially the seated version of this joyful moving meditation; after a major health issue she was able to deepen into this healing art to help recovery. “My daily practice is no longer a ‘should,’ but instead a renewing tool that makes a noticeable difference in the quality of my day and my health.”
Lisa has been teaching weekly classes T’ai Chi Chih classes since 2016 and enjoys working with students of all ages and ability levels, as well as mentoring candidates for teacher preparation. She helps students learn and refine their movements to get the most benefit, and coaches them in applying the TCC principles including softness and continuity, flowing from center, centering/grounding, alignment, etc., both in and out of their TCC practice. She also specializes in the seated version of this meditative movement. Please contact Lisa if you would like to deepen your practice and increase its benefits, or if you would like to arrange a class in an individualized setting.
Lisa enjoys working with students of all ages, ability levels, and different learning styles. She is accredited to teach both T’ai Chi Chih and Seijaku, has mentored several teachers through the accreditation process, and is on the board of the Northern Colorado T’ai Chi Chih Teacher’s Association. Please contact her for more information. If you are a teacher visiting the Northern CO area, please consider dropping in to visit!
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