Stacey began practicing Tai Chi Chih in 2006. She received Tai Chi Chih accreditation in 2009, followed by Seijaku accreditation in 2012. Teaching initially began in Pennsylvania in various centers including community and yoga centers in addition to teaching her Occupational therapy patients in various work settings. Staceys’ time in Pennsylvania continued until the undeniable pull to move across the country (to Oregon) came into existence. Tai Chi Chih played a large part in the evolution of, and follow through in this move to the other side of the country. “Tai Chi Chih has allowed for expansion and growth for myself, as well as countless others who have learned the 19 movements and one pose in this moving meditation practice. There are many reasons and benefits for learning this practice, what are you searching for in this day to day life?”
Stacey is offering classes and learning of Tai Chi Chih via Virtual learning methods for the individual. She is also available for teaching Tai Chi Chih as an Occupational Therapist in the State of Oregon. Classes are tailored to the individuals’ needs, abilities, and learning style. ALL individuals are welcome to participate and learn as accommodations for all are able to be supported. Classes are available for new students, and ongoing students wanting to refine and grow in their practice. Interested in pursuing accreditation in Tai Chi Chih? Mentorship for teacher candidates is also available for those with a goal of teaching others.
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