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T’ai Chi Chih class

January 13, 2015 @ 8:15 am - 9:30 am

  • Class Description:
    T’ai Chi Chih: Joy through Movement is a moving meditation practice; it’s easily done by anyone regardless of physical or mental challenges. It can be done either seated or standing. UCLA studies show the health benefits for older Americans; participants have felt improvements in the areas of pain and headache reduction, improved focus and sleep, better stress management and balance.
    Easy to learn and easy to do seated or standing.For info on what it is and what are the benefits: www.taichichih.org
    www.mediation-meditation.com
  • Teacher Bios:
    Taught only by accredited teachers, Dr. Anita Vestal is available to teach T’ai Chi Chih: Joy Thru Movement to groups and individuals in Costa Rica. She teaches in both spanish and english.Anita has practiced T’ai Chi Chih since 2001 and was accredited to instruct in 2006. She has taught groups in Austin, TX, Central Florida, Pennsylvania and Costa Rica. For more information about Anita visit her website www.mediation-meditation.com
  • Language class is taught in:
    Bilingual
  • Cost/Accommodations:
    Donation
  • Directions:
    Rivas, Perez Zeledon salon comunal behind the Catholic Church

Details

Date:
January 13, 2015
Time:
8:15 am - 9:30 am
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Website:
www.mediation-meditation.com

Organizer

Anita Vestal
Phone:
506 8510-2908
Email:
vestala7@gmail.com
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