What is Tai Chi? This martial art and the associated Qi Gong warmup exercises are practiced worldwide for health improvement. Scientific research shows that the practice of Tai Chi prevents or improves many chronic conditions including heart disease, diabetes and arthritis.
In addition, it improves balance, immunity, and reduces stress.
Yang-style simplified Tai Chi Chuan has been led by volunteer instructors in Laramie since 1993. The original founding members were
Jeanne Hurd and Pam Morrow.
Sessions continue weekly providing learning opportunities in Tai Chi and
Qi Gong for beginners and experienced practitioners.
Laramie Tai Chi and Tea Sessions are scheduled
every Wednesday from 1:30 to 2:30 pm.
Meetings are held outside in
LARAMIE PLAINSMAN PARK (North 15th and Reynolds Streets).
No Tai Chi fees will be collected and there will be no handouts.
Each session will be divided into two parts.
* The first part will be Qi Gong exercises for everyone.
* In the second part, we will practice
the Yang-style simplified Tai Chi Chuan 24 Postures together
and then divide the group either by their levels of proficiency
or by their preferences for practicing the 24 Basic Form
or the Standard 44 Form.
Beginners are welcome.
Wear comfortable clothes and flat sole shoes
WEDNESDAYS from 1:30 to 2:30 pm
December 1, 8, and 15 (no sessions again until Jan 12, 2022)
Outside in Laramie Plainsman Park at North 15th and Reynolds Streets.
Meet at the north end of the Stadium.
No Tai Chi fees will be collected, and there will be no handouts.
Vaccine and Social Distancing behaviors are decided by each individual as they evaluate their Risk Tolerance for Covid-19 exposure.
Every participant should realize that they are partaking in these Tai Chi activities at their own risk.
We can be contacted through Gmail using the address LaramieTaiChiAndTea.