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Tai Chi for Gardeners: Early Spring

Experience and learn gentle, easy-to-use Tai Chi exercises that support healthy growth in your garden — and yourself.

A unique program to condition your body while learning how to move in ways that enable you to feel exuberance and delight while gardening.

‘Spring has sprung!’ and the natural impulse for many of us is to get outside and start working in the garden again. But too often ‘the mind is willing, but the flesh is weak’: that is — not yet in shape to
handle the tools and tasks that gardening requires.

 

Tai Chi for Gardeners is a unique program to condition your body while learning how to move in ways that enable you to feel exuberance and delight while gardening; and at the same time, avoiding the brambles of pain and frustration you can stumble into when you don’t know how to move in harmony with all of the inhabitants of your garden.

Your Benefits

  • Private, one-on-one instruction.
  • An analysis of how you currently use your body in the garden.
  • Guidance on how to move more safely and efficiently.
  • Help in figuring out how to adapt to and work around physical discomforts.
  • More physical strength.
  • Reduced stress on your muscles and joints.
  • Much more.

To find out more contact Michael
(206) 842-6936 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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IMPORTANT: All information on this Web site is provided for educational use only and not meant to substitute for the advice of a local Oriental Medicine practitioner, biomedical doctor, experienced coach, or martial arts instructor.