Tracy Immordino has been practicing T’ai Chi Chih since 2013 and has been accredited to teach since 2017.
T’ai Chi Chih, meditation and mindfulness as a way of life, includes three interwoven tenets that Tracy embraces in her life. She believes that the mindfulness that is employed while practicing T’ai Chi Chih and the circulating and balancing of the Chi that is promoted through the practice leads her to a more peaceful state of being and helps her to be more intentional in her interactions with others.
As Justin Stone (the originator of T’ai Chi Chih) says, “When this Chi is circulated and the positive and negative aspects are brought into balance, not only does health improve, but an inner serenity seems to follow naturally.” He also states, “Those who truly practice note that their attitudes change – and others notice it too. We do not heal symptoms; we become whole. So to practice regularly and sincerely is to promote the positive in this world; we reap the benefits.”
Tracy’s teaching style focuses on the meditative aspect alongside learning the movements. If you are interested in learning the form of T’ai Chi Chih and its underlying principles, please contact Tracy to discuss private or small group online classes.
Due to Covid-19 Tracy is currently only available for online classes. When it is deemed safe to gather with out wearing masks Tracy will again be available to teach in person in South/Eastern Wisconsin and North/Eastern Illinois.
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