I had a great time at the Wellness Fair for PPG Industries in Murraysville this week.
We're launching a TaiChi@Work lunchtime series and I was able to talk it up to a number of folks who missed the earlier Lunch and Learn event.
Coming off of the Holistic Holiday at Sea, with my introduction to SwingGolf from Les Bowlin, was great timing. I'm excited to see how the PPG new Tai Chi players apply what we share at lunchtime TaiChi@Work on the links.
I'm designing a separate cyber discussion group for CHIGolf that you are welcome to join -- and pass along to to your foursome. 'Tis the season for conditioning -- and I'm confident that practicing some QiGong and Tai Chi warm-ups can minimize the risk of typical opening season injuries (not to mention, shaving a few points off the scores!)
Anyone out there already practicing the principals of SwingGolf or the Tao of Golf, I'd love to hear from you!
And if you are in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania on Saturday April 24th or May 1st, and you would like to get a glimpse of my practice, you are welcome to join in some fun Chi experiences:
April 24th For World Tai Chi Day, we'll begin at 9:30 am at the fountain at Point State Park -- honoring and supported by our Four Rivers --
Players from all schools of Tai Chi are welcome to demonstrate their style as well. At 10 am we'll be joining in the world-wide wave of energy intending to breathe peace, in harmony with nature.
And on Saturday May 1 experience Chi with me -- with Mindful Walking and Guided Tai Chi practice sponsored by Venture Outdoors - in Oakmont.
Yours in Wellness, Gratitude, and Fresh Air,
Suzen Sharda Segall