A DENVER PROGRAM: Mindfulness Meditation & Tai Chi Ch’uan: Finding Peace Within Movement with Larry Welsh

Larry Welsh

October 1, 2011

Tuition $85 +

Mindfulness-based sitting meditation and Tai Chi Ch’uan uncover our inherent gentleness, strength, stability and flexibility. By profoundly reducing stress and increasing our ability to respond to everyday life with awareness, balance and skill, this practice offers precious medicine for our era of impatience, anxiety, fear and hurry. In this one-day intensive workshop, we will learn the basic practices of sitting and standing meditation, and the introductory movements of the Yang-style short form of Tai Chi Ch’uan. Please wear loose clothes and bring a meditation cushion or bench if you have one. You may meditate in a chair if you prefer.

Please read and bring to the retreat There Are No Secrets by Wolfe Lowenthal and Practicing Peace in Times of War by Pema Chodron.

This workshop is ideal preparation for a related weekend program at Shambhala Mountain Center November 4 – 6.

The program will be held at Eliot Street Studio, 2460 Eliot Street, Denver.

Larry Welsh, MAc, MA, has trained in the Yang-style short form, listening hands and sword form of Tai Chi Ch’uan, since 1977. He practices Japanese classical acupuncture, herbal medicine and whole-food nutrition in Boulder, Colorado. Larry is a senior adjunct professor and mindfulness-meditation teacher in the Traditional Eastern Arts program at Naropa University.

Larry Welsh

Larry Welsh, MAc, MA, has trained in the Yang-style short form, listening hands and sword form of Tai Chi Ch’uan since 1977. Larry is Senior Adjunct Professor and Mindfulness-Meditation teacher in the Traditional Eastern Arts program at Naropa University.  He practices Japanese Classical Acupuncture, herbal medicine and whole-food nutrition in Boulder, Colorado.

Program Details

Financial aid is available for this program.