Tai Chi In-Person
Tai Chi helps with flexability and balance. It is also a gentle way to reduce stress and anxiety. Led by Jody Rubel.
Jody Rubel graduated Magna Cum Laude in Anthropology from Brandeis University, before traveling the world, in order to immerse himself in distant cultures. In 2007 at the One Drop Monastery in Washington State, he was introduced to Tai Chi and learned the principal of Non-Doing (ie. moving the body without a mover.) Since then he has studied the Yang 37 posture short form, sword, sensing hands and Dai Lu. He continues to seeking ways to understand and convey the beautiful logic and natural physics of the form while honoring the healing, relaxing, mental focus, internal strength building, Chi (energy) flow and communal bonding that naturally takes place in a Tai Chi practice. In the words of his teacher Wolfe Lowenthal, (whose teachings are steeped in the Tao) in Tai Chi “There are no secrets,” only mysteries we unfold together.
Space is limited. Please register for the 10 weeks class. With make-up classes, if needed.
For more informaiton please email Janette - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Saturday, February 4, 2023 Show more dates
- 10:30am - 11:30am
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Room A/B
- Adults Senior Adults
Janette is a Librarian in the Adult Reference Department. She is responsible for ordering books for the adult fiction, nonfiction and large print collections. Janette has a background in archival processing and preservtion and is currently hard at work processing the Lockett Local History Collection.
An avid reader, Janette runs the Romantic Fiction (first Wednesday of the month) and the Page Turner's (second Wednesday of the month) book groups. She is also a supporter of the romance genre and will gladly help "match you" with the perfect romance novel.
In 2021, Janette launched the Virtual Author Chat series where she chats with local authors about their writing and their path to publication. All of the chats have been recorded and are available to watch on the library's YouTube channel.