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Tai Chi Chih Class
Hatha Yoga and T’ai Chi Chih which are eastern practices that address the stresses and strains of our modern culture.
Iyengar-style Hatha Yoga is a discipline that gently challenges the body to overcome the mind. Using precise yet gentle movements, this approach allows one to become strong, flexible, balanced, focused, healthy, and most of all, relaxed and confident of oneself.
Special categories are available:
- Yoga for Men who don’t Bend
- Gentle Yoga for Stiffer Bodies
- Seated Yoga for Older Adults
- Adaptive Yoga for Special Issues
T’ai Chi Chih is composed of 19 soft, repetitive movements. T’ai Chi Chih strengthens the body; especially the feet, ankles, legs, and core muscles. It focuses the mind creating mental alertness, while relaxing both mind and body. This practice is a uniquely gentle way to de-stress and yet energize. T’ai Chi Chih is a great way to stay fit and healthy at any age or ability. It can be done either seated or standing.
Elissa Maguire, E-RYT 500, LMT is a nationally registered Yoga & T’ai Chi Chih Instructor that has been studying bodies and their energy flows since 1975. She has 39 years of teaching experience instructing adults of all ages and abilities. Involved in the healing arts since the mid-eighties, Elissa is also certified in Reiki, Therapeutic Massage, Jin Shin Jyutsu, and various Energetic Bodywork techniques.
To schedule a private consultation, book her as a speaker, or inquire about expanding the spring class schedule in Boise; in Eagle; into your community; or workplace. Call: 602-3704, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes begin March 31 and are available in four week segments at: Spirit at Work Wellness Center, 4948 Kootenai, Boise.
Spring 2015: Beginner Yoga – Thursdays, 7:45 pm-9:15 pm Drop-In: $22. 4 weeks only $65.
Spring 2015: T’ai Chi Chih – Drop-In: $22. 4 weeks only $65.
Beginner– Tuesdays, 9:30-11 am or 5:00-6:30 pm
Intermediate T’ai Chi Chih – Thursdays, 6:00-7:30 pm