Tai-Chi for Seniors Summer Class at Millburn Library

The Millburn Free Public Library will be holding a Tai-Chi class for seniors over the summer with Linda Sercarz. Ms. Sercarz has been teaching T'ai chi chih for over 15 years, earning her accreditation in 1998. Her class will be held for six weeks at the Millburn Library, starting on Thursday, June 8, from 10:30-11:30am. The class will run until Thursday, July 13. Register on the Millburn Library calendar or by calling the library at 973-376-1006x3.

T’ai Chi Chih brings about profound healing for many people by circulating and balancing the essential inner energy (Chi). Known to its practitioners as "the effort of no effort," T’ai Chi Chih differs from the recognized tai chi styles as it is not a martial art; however, it is based on similar principles. There are stand alone gentle flowing movements performed in repetition which differs from the flow of the traditional forms. It is a series of 19 movements and 1 pose that together make up a meditative form of exercise to which practitioners attribute physical, personal & spiritual health benefits.

This program is free to all and is generously sponsored by the Friends of the Millburn Library. The Millburn Library is located at 200 Glen Ave., Millburn, NJ 07041 and can be reached at 973-376-1006.

Contact Information
  1. Liz Miller Boose
  2. 973-376-1006
  3. liz@millburnlibrary.org
Thu, June 22
10:30 am — 10:30 am
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The Millburn Free Public Library will be holding a Tai-Chi class for seniors over the summer with Linda Sercarz. Ms. Sercarz has been teaching T'ai chi chih for over 15 years, earning her accreditation in 1998. Her class will be held for six weeks at the Millburn Library, starting on Thursday, June 8, from 10:30-11:30am. The class will run until Thursday, July 13. Register on the Millburn ...

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