‘Tai Chi to Nourish Mind and Body,’ next installment in Healthy Acadia’s Monthly Mindfulness Series

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Please join Healthy Acadia on Thursday, Aug. 5 from 5-6 p.m., via Zoom for a relaxing and restorative hour of tai chi practice with Nina Zeldin. The free online event is the fifth installment in Healthy Acadia’s Monthly Mindfulness series.  Tai chi, an ancient Chinese art, helps empower people to […]

Please join Healthy Acadia on Thursday, Aug. 5 from 5-6 p.m., via Zoom for a relaxing and restorative hour of tai chi practice with Nina Zeldin. The free online event is the fifth installment in Healthy Acadia’s Monthly Mindfulness series. 

Tai chi, an ancient Chinese art, helps empower people to improve their health and wellbeing through slow, smooth, and continuous mind-body exercises.

Often referred to as meditation and/or medication in motion,

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