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Tai Chi on the Upper Lawn
Wednesday, July 14 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
NOTE: Tai chi classes are typically held in the Amphitheatre, but will be moved to the library’s upper lawn on July 14, 19, 21, and 28 due to other programs happening (or getting set up).
Enjoy the many benefits of tai chi and qigong through the exploration of movements and principles. These beginning classes are beneficial for people of all levels of fitness—developing awareness, relaxation, energy, flexibility, strength, balance, and pleasure in the open air.
Anna Dembska is a certified teacher of Yang Family tai chi. She studies tai chi and qigong with Mike Shunney in Rockland and Zhong Xuechao (Master Bing) from Wudang Mountain, China. She has also studied Yang Family tai chi with Grandmaster Yang Jun and San Shou two-person play with Dr. Jay Dunbar and Kathleen Cusick. Anna is a singer, composer, and voice teacher by profession, and her tai chi teaching is informed by its many similarities with vocal technique, which she has been practicing and teaching for many years.
Social distancing will be practiced. It is recommended that those who have not received COVID-19 vaccinations wear masks. Donations accepted, with a portion of the proceeds donated to the Camden Public Library. For more information contact Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Emailing Anna is strongly encouraged so that you can be contacted in case the class is canceled or moved from the Amphitheatre to the library’s upper lawn.)