Select a class using the filters below or browse our class schedule!
Become aware of the stillness and inner peace within. We practice seated meditation for two 20 minute sessions with a 10 minute walking meditation between, and ending with a short dharma reading.
A combination of qigong and tai chi exercises that includes the therapeutic 36 qigong form that works the whole body-mind, basic stances, the 8 form (a primitive tai chi form), tai chi elements, tai chi walking and more.
Discover this hands-on energy therapy that can be used to encourage relaxation, manage pain, provide comfort and promote overall wellness.
Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese martial art, achieves therapeutic benefits such as pain relief, and improves balance, posture, breathing, mood, concentration, energy and overall strength.
- November 1 - December 6
- December 6 - January 10
Students learn basic tai chi principles and postures that lays the foundation for learning the Cheng Man-Ching 37 Movement short form, one of the most popular tai chi forms in the West.
Tai chi strengthens the legs and improves balance. Posture and flexibility in the joints are improved, so you can stand and move with less effort. The slow shifting of weight from leg to leg helps the circulation of blood through the body, improving heart health.
This class is designed for students with some prior experience of Qigong or Tai Chi, or practice of a Yang style form. We develop our practice of the Yang style long form with the intention to deepen the flow, balance, strength and flexibility that learning and practicing a Tai Chi form can bring.
Come discover why Tai Chi has been called the perfect exercise and can be practiced for a lifetime. Designed for new and experienced students, learn and practice the fundamental elements, patterns and whole-body movements of Tai Chi.
Tong Ren is based on a belief that disease is related to interruptions, or blockages, in the body's natural flow of chi, neural bioelectricity, blood, or hormones, and seeks to improve these blockages.
1 2 3
- November 15 - December 20
Yoga has been demonstrated to improve arthritis symptoms, along with physical fitness, psychological well-being and quality of life. This class combines ancient yoga practices with modern medical knowledge. Laraine offers modifications to make the movements and postures accessible.
Pages: 1 of 3