Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese exercise, is based on essential principles that are relevant not only to Tai Chi but also to everyday life. It is often called meditation in motion or swimming on land. Qigong is the basis of Tai Chi. Qi can be translated as "life force" or "energy". Gong means "to work". Thus, by practicing Tai Chi/Qigong one works, thereby, replenishing one's life force/energy.
In today’s fast paced, technology orientated and global society, we are constantly facing health challenges never dreamed of by our ancestors. Sitting in enclosed office spaces, automobiles and planes for hours; grabbing quick bites to eat as we run from one appointment to another; juggling the demands of work and family life; dealing with issues surrounding the pandemic—all put different stresses upon our bodies. While there are a variety of exercises that can aid in relieving such stresses, hour for hour, tai chi is probably the most effective exercise adults can do to improve overall health and wellness—and prevent falls.
We're here to help you begin learning and continue to progress to a higher level—no matter your age or physical condition.
Tuesdays 9am EDT via Zoom with Maureen
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Tuesdays - 10:15-11:15 am EDT via Facebook Live with Maureen. To participate, please join the "Camden Tai Chi in the Park" Facebook group.
The above classes are free, however, donations are always appreciated!
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Tai Chi in the Park - 10am the last Saturdays of the month
via Facebook Live on the last Saturday of each month. So grab your phone, tablet, computer and come play - either inside or out (remembering to social distance, please).
To participate, please join the "Camden Tai Chi in the Park" facebook group.