Tai Chi at Marsh Chapel

Virtual Offering for the BU Community With roots in the Chinese martial arts going back at least two centuries, 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 coordinate 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. Participants must register in order to receive the Zoom link.

When 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm on every Wednesday until Thursday, November 19, 2020
Contact Name Jessica Chicka
Contact Email jchicka@bu.edu
Contact Organization Marsh Chapel at Boston University
Fees Free
Open To Students faculty staff