If you’re looking for a grounding experience to bring you peace of mind, take a tai chi class surrounded by nature at the Hoyt Arboretum.
Many tai chi moves use images from nature, including stable as a pine, flowing like a river and hands moving as clouds. Tai chi at the Hoyt Arboretum will allow you to connect the this imagery in a new way.
Each week the instructor will explore tai chi moves that are relaxing, improve focus and balance, and help you become rooted in the moment. No experience is necessary to participate.
This will be an in-person event with limited spots available. Before purchasing tickets, read through these safety precautions:
- Come 5 minutes prior to class and avoid congregating.
- Wear a face covering for the whole event.
- Maintain 6 foot of distance from other attendees. There will be markers on the floor for attendees to stand apart during class.
- Bring your own water.
Tickets are on a sliding scale. Pay $6, $8 or $10. Tai Chi is taking place on Thursdays from 10-11 a.m. at Hoyt Arboretum’s Stevens Pavilion.
Class size is limited to 9 participants and registration is required. To purchase tickets, visit Hoyt Arboretum’s website.
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