Life Long Learning Program- Mind-Body Connection Interpretation and practice within the disciples of Tai Chi and Yoga

As we age, awareness of our actions becomes more necessary to maintain balance and good health. Tai Chi and Yoga approach this maintenance and growth by cultivating mindfulness. Through gentle movement and breath focus, yoga unites mind and body. Tai Chi uses a relaxed approach to movement and breathing to establish and maintain mind-body connections.

 Facilitators: Kerry Koen started practicing yoga in 1982 and studied yoga philosophy, chant and meditation instruction over many years with Mary Louise Skelton. She continues to study, chant and collaborate with Martine Burat, director of Upstate Yoga Institute in Dewitt, NY.

Amy Eustance is an artist and painter residing in Hamilton. She has practiced Tai Chi for ten years, and has been teaching for eight years. She is continually impressed with the potential range of study within the discipline, as well as the self-discovery and depths to which it can lead.

February 4- Tai Chi and Yoga, 1:00-2:30 pm

February 7- Tai Chi, 1:00-2:00 pm

February 11- Yoga, 1:00-2:00 pm

Monday, February 4 at 1:00pm to 2:30pm

More dates through February 11, 2019

Hamilton Public Library, Community Room 13 Broad St., Hamilton, NY 13346

Topic

Sports and recreation, Culture, Religion and spirituality, Wellness and health

Event Type

Lectures, colloquia, seminars, etc.

Cost

Free to Life Long Learning Program members, $5 per class for all others

Group
Lifelong Learning Program
Contact E-mail

llp@colgate.edu

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