Health and Wellness

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Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm

Tai Chi – Beginner I (Six-Week Series)

Mondays, 6:30–8pm

Learn the first half of this ancient Chinese art that incorporates slow, natural movements and breath work. Suitable for all levels of fitness. 
Led by certified instructors from the Taoist Tai Chi Society.
$75, $68 for members (six-week series)

January 23–February 27
March 6–April 10
April 17–May 22
June 5–July 17
July 24–August 28

Tai Chi – Beginner II (Six-Week Series)

Mondays, 6:30–8pm

Learn the second half of this ancient Chinese art that incorporates slow, natural movements and breath work. Suitable for all levels of fitness. Completion of at least one, six-week Beginner I series is required.
Led by certified instructors from the Taoist Tai Chi Society.
$75, $68 for members (six-week series)

January 23–February 27
March 6–April 10
April 17–May 22
June 5–July 17
July 24–August 28

Vinyasa Flow Yoga (All Levels)

Tuesdays, 6:30–7:45pm
Learn classic yoga postures through a deep awareness of correct alignment and precise actions in the body. Highly therapeutic, this technique helps to refine your poses while it trains the mind to remain alert, focused and composed. All levels welcome.
Led by registered 500-hour yoga instructor Bonnie Finneran
$75, $68 for members (eight-week series)
$15 (per class)

FREE, Check-It-Out Classes: February 28, May 2 & July 11

January 3–February 21
March 7–April 25
May 9–June 27

Lecture: Achieving Well-Being With Nature

Thursday, March 30, 7–8:30pm
Attend a free public lecture to learn about nature’s positive effect on our well-being and mood. Research shows urban dwellers with access to green space exhibit fewer signs of depression or anxiety and have a greater, positive sense of well-being with lower stress levels. Learn about how to improve well-being through nature and begin your path towards a happier, healthier you.

Light refreshments will be provided. This lecture is free but pre-registration is required. 
Presentation by Nichole Bowman-Glover, Wellness Coordinator at Columbus State Community College
Light refreshments will be provided. This lecture is free but pre-registration is required. 
Location: The Wells Barn

Good Vibrations - Meditations, Massage and Healing Sounds

Saturday, September 16, 9am–4pm

One of the key principles of qigong exercises is translated as “three tunings” - body, breath and mind (or heart). In this workshop, explore fine tuning through the six healing sound method (liu zi jue) to breathe life force into and toxins out of the major organ systems and energy paths of the body. Learn to combine the healing sound method with an introduction to zang fu vibrating palm/organ regulating massage techniques.  Additionally, explore several unique meditation practices using these healing sounds/vibrations and visualizations of color and light.

Led by Steven J. Rendina, MTS, LICDC-CS, LMT, ADS
$75, $70 for members