Visit the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street on Wednesday, June 6 at 6:30 p.m. for part one of a two-part workshop on stress. Part one will cover "stress and the body," and you will learn how stress affects your body and specific techniques that you can use to help your body relax. Part 2 of the workshop will be held on Wednesday, June 13 at 6:30 p.m. at the Hagaman Library, and will cover "stress and the mind." You will learn how stress affects your mind and specific ways to de-stress and relax.
Your instructor is Holistic Specialist Christine Ucich. After studying the Chinese healing & martial arts of tai chi, qi gong & kung fu, Christine Ucich came to Taoist Yoga as a way to cultivate stillness through meditation. She enjoys the silence of this meditative yoga practice and the time it allows in letting practitioners find that deeper connection between mind & body. Having practiced several yogas including hatha, ashtanga and kundalini, Christine chooses to teach this practice because of its emphasis on combining internally-focused breath meditation with postures. Certified as an instructor in 2004 and a senior instructor in 2013, she studies directly under Taoist Master Hyunmoon Kim, founder of SunDo International which is an organization with several schools in the US, Canada and Europe.