09/13/2018 – Chair Yoga & Tai Chi Easy

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Breathe & Smile
Chair Yoga & Tai Chi Easy
Autumn 2018 - Sept. 13 - November 15 - 10 weeks
Enjoy yoga/tai chi - breathe deeply & reduce stress! Simple breath exercises with
healing movements /self massage help improve immunity, digestion, sleep patterns and
relax our whole nervous system. All 12 organ systems are supported by the practice-
Simple tai chi flows enhance brain integration- preventative medicine to help keep us
healthy and well! Gentle on joints, very relaxing and rejuvenating -done sitting in a chair
or standing and walking if you choose. Refreshment for body,mind,soul and spirit!

Facilitated by Carla Mattioli, M.A.. Artist ,art therapist, yoga & tai chi practitioner has benefited from the study of many styles of yoga, dance, tai chi (Chinese yoga) Alexander technique and mindfulness meditation with Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. Teaching yoga now for over 18 years, Carla is certified in Yoga Instruction in the ViniYoga style which values adapting yoga to the individual needs of each student. Carla has also certified in Tai Chi Easy and Level 1 QiGong through the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi which can be done from a chair or moving in space. She teaches gentle chair yoga and tai chi in numerous retirement and assisted living communities across the North Shore.

Location: Belleville Congregational Church Hall 300 High Street, Newburyport, MA 01950
Contact Carla Mattioli to pre-register:(978)546-8018 www.awakearts.com

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