Peace of mind in sixty seconds - 1 minute Tai Chi at Knowing the Spring Courtyard
Dealing with stress has driven many people to seek more peace of mind. From medications to meditation the choices are almost as stress inducing as what caused the stress in the first place.
Now you have a chance to find some more inner peace in only sixty seconds.
Julian Leung, whose day job is as a gardener at The Seattle Chinese Garden is volunteering to guide people through "1 Minute Tai Chi Chuen" on Sundays from 2 to 4pm.
Tai Chi whose history is centuries old has been described by the Mayo Clinic as "meditation in motion," is easy and gentle movements that range from simple arm movements (even possible in a wheelchair) to more complex that are a full and sometimes lengthy sequence.
He had been teaching a calligraphy class there but with pens and paper and the coronavirus on everyone's minds, he realized he could help people, keep them healthy and spread peace, quickly.
You can take part for free (donations are accepted) by visiting the Knowing the Spring Courtyard and simply watching, then participating.
He plans on teaching this for the next few months if you'd like to stop by, and find some peace.