Local Celebration of World Tai Chi Day
The Cherry Blossom Festival will celebration World Tai Chi Day at 10 a.m., April 28, at Cedar Beach Park. Led by experienced instructor Hilary Smith, area practitioners welcome curious community members to participate in this global practice through a series of simple, but powerful exercises. Experienced practitioners will also demonstrate “forms”, or sequences of moves essential to tai chi practice, and provide more information about this potent and accessible healing art. No experience is necessary.
Tai chi is the ancient martial art known as moving meditation that promotes health in scienti cally-proven ways: reducing stress, improving balance and treating pain, among many other physical, emotional, and spiritual bene ts. World Tai Chi Day is a global celebration of this art, celebrated simultaneously all around the world in hundreds of cities in more than 80 countries. By practicing tai chi as one united humanity, the hope is to promote health, wellness, and unity across the globe.Edit ModuleShow Tags