TODAY'S HOURS: 8 AM – 6 PM

*Last entry is an hour before closing

TODAY'S HOURS: 8 AM – 6 PM

*Last entry is an hour before closing

Tai Chi Sticks

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Tai Chi is an ancient practice consisting of low-impact, slow-motion movement. The movements are intentional and meditative, improving muscle strength, flexibility, balance and aerobic conditioning. In this fun, no-judgement series, you will explore Tai Chi poses – known traditionally as “forms”—and learn to incorporate gentle movement into your life. Registration includes Garden admission on session dates—we encourage you to explore the Garden before and after each session!

In Tai Chi Sticks, you will learn forms that include handheld rods or “sticks.”  Tai Chi sticks are used to focus the mind on the body and press and massage acupuncture points.  They are also a fun tool to help beginners concentrate their attention.

Registration includes a series of 6 sessions – We cannot provide partial refunds for missed sessions.

Mondays, August 19, 26, September 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2024 (3:00-4:00pm)

Please note that Tai Chi Sticks will NOT meet on Monday, September 2 in observance of Labor Day.

Registration closes August 15.

$80/Adult or $70/Member Adult

Materials: Please bring a 5-foot broomstick (similar to this: Quickie 60 in. L x 1-1/8 in. Thick Tapered Handle 54103 – The Home Depot) and wear comfortable clothes that allow free movement.

Location: Check-in at Botanical Research Institute of Texas building/ Park in main lot.

Instructor: Edwina Taylor is certified yoga instructor, and she is passionate about teaching Tai Chi and yoga with a restorative emphasis. To connect with Edwina, follow her on Instagram @EdwinaTaylorLife.

Inclement Weather: N/A

**An email with class details will be sent to all registered guests the day after the registration deadline. To be sure our emails always make it to your inbox, please add the FWBG.org domain to your email whitelist. (Click here for a quick how-to)

Date

Aug 19 2024

Time

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Tai Chi Sticks

Date

Aug 19 2024

Time

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Click here to register now.

Tai Chi is an ancient practice consisting of low-impact, slow-motion movement. The movements are intentional and meditative, improving muscle strength, flexibility, balance and aerobic conditioning. In this fun, no-judgement series, you will explore Tai Chi poses – known traditionally as “forms”—and learn to incorporate gentle movement into your life. Registration includes Garden admission on session dates—we encourage you to explore the Garden before and after each session!

In Tai Chi Sticks, you will learn forms that include handheld rods or “sticks.”  Tai Chi sticks are used to focus the mind on the body and press and massage acupuncture points.  They are also a fun tool to help beginners concentrate their attention.

Registration includes a series of 6 sessions – We cannot provide partial refunds for missed sessions.

Mondays, August 19, 26, September 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2024 (3:00-4:00pm)

Please note that Tai Chi Sticks will NOT meet on Monday, September 2 in observance of Labor Day.

Registration closes August 15.

$80/Adult or $70/Member Adult

Materials: Please bring a 5-foot broomstick (similar to this: Quickie 60 in. L x 1-1/8 in. Thick Tapered Handle 54103 – The Home Depot) and wear comfortable clothes that allow free movement.

Location: Check-in at Botanical Research Institute of Texas building/ Park in main lot.

Instructor: Edwina Taylor is certified yoga instructor, and she is passionate about teaching Tai Chi and yoga with a restorative emphasis. To connect with Edwina, follow her on Instagram @EdwinaTaylorLife.

Inclement Weather: N/A

**An email with class details will be sent to all registered guests the day after the registration deadline. To be sure our emails always make it to your inbox, please add the FWBG.org domain to your email whitelist. (Click here for a quick how-to)