Baby it’s cold out there! It’s March… but it feels like December. We’ve had crazy weather in these parts, and the air still holds winter’s chill. #notmygroundhog is a common theme these days (as the ground hog predicted more winter… groundhog was right…).
But Spring does come forth and soon we will be celebrating the vivid days and warmer nights. Relax and breathe. It is coming!
So much going on at TMC! Where did we leave off???
Welcome to Kelly Hong-Williams! Kelly is moving her Tai Chi and Qigong for Health practice to TMC beginning with a workshop on April 14. That is a Friday, as she is targeting the crowd that will be able to fulfill that time of day on an ongoing basis.
Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art well known for its many health benefits. The slow, gentle, and meditative movements promote balance, increase flexibility and strength, and reduce stress. Regular practice brings about a deep sense of peace and well-being.
While some call it “meditation in motion”, Harvard Medical School calls it “medication in motion” for its numerous positive effects on health.
Qigong is a collection of methods used to cultivate the energy known as “Life Force” or “Bioelectricity”. This energy that runs through and around our bodies is meant to run smoothly and in good supply. When the energy supply is low, gets stuck, or is out of balance, it can lead to health issues. By keeping your energy in good order, your natural healing ability is enhanced.
In a world where life moves very quickly and information comes at us from every direction, it’s essential to find balance by slowing down and filtering out what is not truly useful.
Join certified Tai Chi and Health Qigong instructor, Kelly Hong-Williams, for an introduction to gentle exercises that will leave you feeling relaxed and energized.
Date: Friday, April 14th, 2017 12:00-1:15 p.m.
Location: The Metta Center 1602 Carolina St. D12
Cost: By donation.
Contact: Kelly Hong-Williams 360-633-3983
Here’s a link the flier: Intro Qigong Kelly
TMC is Whatcom County’s Thai Yoga hub. Truly. We have 4 skilled practitioners offering variations of Thai Massage, Thai Yoga Therapy, Thai Bodywork. Some practice soft forms, others deeper, and all with an inner eye to the individual presently on the mat. We are here to serve you with loving kindness, metta. Try a session with each one, see where your bliss resides: Lise, Sam, Kate and Greg- all highly skilled practitioneTMC is Whatcom County’s Thai Yoga hub. rs of this ancient modality. Click here to schedule now