Tai Chi

Tai chi is typically practiced today as a system of fluid, low - impact movements for the benefit of health and wellness. Tai chi can be viewed as a form of active meditation (or “meditation in motion”), whereby the mind/body connection is developed and used to c oordinate movements through mental awareness. This type of practice, in turn, has been associated with a variety of benefits, including relief of stress, better balance, and improvement in concentration, coordination, and circulation. In this class, we wil l focus on the Wu style of tai chi, a traditional form of tai chi going back five generations, characterized by smaller, more compact movements than other styles. (Contact: Eric Kolaczyk, kolaczyk@bu.edu)

When 12:45 pm – 1:45 pm on every Wednesday until Thursday, November 21, 2019
Location Marsh Room, located on the lower level of Marsh Chapel (735 Commonwealth Ave.)