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Taste of T’ai Chi Chi Workshop

April 22 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

relieve stress, t'ai chi chih, gentle exercise

“Taste of T’ai Chi Chih” is a series of 20 separate, easy-to-learn moves that circulate and balance the chi, the life force that flows within us. It is not a martial art, but rather a moving meditation that reduces stress and generates vital health and peace of mind. In this fun and entertaining intro workshop you will be taught a few of the T’ai Chi Chih moves, which you can actually take away and practice on your own. You will also be taught how to ground the chi, which helps with focus, clarity, and feeling more present in everyday life. All sizes, strengths, and ages welcome. The moves during this intro to  t’ai chi chih class may be done seated. Please wear comfortable clothes. Guided by Sharon Sirkis.

Sharon Sirkis, BSN, became an accredited T’ai Chi Chih (TCC) teacher in 1997, after achieving relief through TCC from many years of chronic pain. She currently teaches TCC at Vantage House Retirement Community and UMBC, as well as seated TCC to the MS Day Group at Kernan Hospital. She is also a Reiki Master, a certified Chakra Energy Healing Practitioner, a Black Belt in kenpo karate, and a firekeeper for Native American Sweat Lodge ceremony. Sharon’s T’ai Chi Chih practice grounds her, helps her focus, relaxes her body, and quiets her mind. Her patience in teaching combined with her sense of humor and down-to-earth manner provides for a fun, non-pressured environment in which to learn.

Details

Date: April 22
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Cost: $20
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Presenter

Sharon Sirkis

This retreat is being held very soon! Please call our Welcome Center at 410-442-3120 to see if there is still a space available or for suggestions on other retreats you may enjoy.

Details

Date: April 22
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Cost: $20
Event Category:

Presenter

Sharon Sirkis
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