Originally developed for self-defense, Tai Chi has evolved into a graceful form of exercise. Often described as meditation in motion, Tai Chi promotes serenity through gentle, flowing movements. Appropriate for all levels.
Join us for a fun and relaxing time as we gather for coffee, tea and treats—without needing to worry about forgetting or remembering. Designed for people experiencing memory loss and their families/caregivers, the Memory Cafe is a safe place to socialize, relax and engage, without the fear of stigma. At the Memory Cafe, we can all just be ourselves. Each cafe has a focus—such as music or art—to facilitate the main goal, which is social connection for individuals with shared experiences. We do not provide formal care or supervision.
Tired of conflict? Want to find a way to resolve differences where everyone benefits? David Steele of the Rocky Mountain Compassionate Communications Center will demonstrate how to use communication as a tool to build connections that bring joy, fulfillment and peace into your life.
Shanti Home guides you through poses that help improve flexibility, balance and range of motion. This class is low-impact and easy on the joints. Breathing exercises promote stress reduction and mental clarity. Participants are encouraged to bring a mat, towel and water.
Shanti Home guides you through poses that help improve flexibility, balance, and range of motion. This class is low-impact and easy on the joints. Breathing exercises promote stress reduction and mental clarity.
Continuing with our Saturday Family Literacy series, please join us for Yoga Storytime today. This session is geared towards young children and their caregivers, and incorporates Yoga into stories for a robust Early Literacy experience. Please bring your own mat if you have one! A limited number will be available for the program.