Cultivating Balance with Taiji and Qigong

An online workshop

with 

Larry Cammarata, Ph.D.

☯️ Please note the recently revised date ☯️

Sunday, October 9 at 12:00 Noon to 1:15 pm (Eastern)

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This online workshop is appropriate for anyone interested in cultivating greater physical balance. The movements used in this workshop are gentle. No prior experience with Qigong or Taiji is required. Although information related to balance will be shared, much of the workshop will be devoted to practicing skills designed to cultivate balance. In the spirit of 'play', we will have an enjoyable time moving and learning together.


Our time together will cover:

☯️ Taiji (Tai Chi) principles for cultivating balance

☯️ Easy Taiji for balance and relaxation

☯️ Qigong for balance and strength

☯️ Taiji Qigong 8 Form for strength, balance, and relaxation


REGISTRATION DETAILS

Date: Sunday, October 9 at 12:00 Noon to 1:15 pm (Eastern)

Fee: $45 (USD)

Registration: To register, please remit the $45 (USD) workshop fee by clicking the PayPal button below. You don’t need to sign up for PayPal to use it. A recording of the workshop will be made available to everyone who has registered. 

Questions? Please email me by clicking on this link: Balance workshop



After registering, please send me an email by clicking this link: Confirming balance workshop registration. The Zoom link will be sent to you prior to the workshop. Thanks.


INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION

Larry Cammarata, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who specializes in mindfulness-based therapy and education, including the science and practice of mindful movement. He is the Director of Education of Mindfulness Travels. Larry is also an instructor of Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong who has received advanced training in China and in the US. He was designated as an "Author-Expert" by IDEA for his writing, teaching, and service in the field of mind-body health, fitness, and wellness. His mindful movement work was presented at the 11th Annual International Scientific Conference of the Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts School of Medicine.


 

©  L. Cammarata 2022