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Originally developed for self-defense, tai chi has evolved into a graceful form of exercise that’s now used for stress reduction and a variety of other health conditions while promoting serenity through gentle, flowing movements. Yang Style Long Form Tai Chi emphasizes the inner structure of Tai Chi including the way chi flows in the body and the way energy is transmitted through the bone structure from the ground. This form contains all the essential movements of Tai Chi.

Register now for Yang Style Long Form Tai Chi with Jamee Culbertson on Saturday, April 1st from Noon – 1:30pm! The fee is $30 for members and $40 for guests. Contact Heather at with any questions.

Chair Yoga provides many of the same benefits of traditional yoga–centering, stretching and movement. Using the chair as a prop allows the yoga student improved ease between standing and seated yoga positions as well as an aid for standing balance positions.

Chair Yoga will cover many of the traditional yoga poses such as Warriors 1 and 2, Cradle and Child pose in addition to gentle stretching and joint movement. A chair is used as a foundation for all poses and the student will not be asked to sit on the floor.