Susan Sternick has been teaching Tai Chi since 2006, and has been a student of Brookline Tai Chi since 1995. She is a graduate of Tri State Institute of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture. Having personally experienced many benefits from tai chi and qigong practice, she has a passion for introducing and sharing these arts with her students. Susan also has a master's in education from N.Y.U. Visit Brookline Tai Chi to see more about Brookline Tai Chi, our partner in offering Susan's class.
Dragon and Tiger Qigong
From the perspective of Chinese Medicine, the stronger the energy that circulates throughout your body, the more vital and healthy you'll feel. Qigong is a form of exercise in which you work directly with the energy of your body to cultivate chi (energy) circulation. When you learn the seven movements of Dragon and Tiger Qigong, you will be moving energy through the meridian pathways of your body, just like in acupuncture. Each move is designed to open up your body—stretching and crouching, turning and twisting, pushing and pulling—in a gentle way that anyone, regardless of age or physical ability can perform. By the end of this course you will learn a complete routine; handouts and DVDs will be available to support your ongoing practice.
Course Code: W283 Sec. 01: 9 Thursdays, 6:00-7:00 pm. Begins September 26, Devotion School, $110.