Tai Chi Chih is a moving meditation, not a martial art or exercise program. The practice of 19 slow movements and one pose reduces stress, improves balance and flexibility, and can even lower blood pressure. Many people feel that regular practice of Tai Chi Chih brings a sense of clarity, centering and joy. Each class will begin with a review of previous movements and include time for silent reflection and sharing.
Steve Stevens (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a retired public school teacher and accredited Tai Chi Chih instructor. He took his first Tai Chi Chih class at the College for Seniors in 2009 and has been practicing and teaching Joy Through Movement ever since.