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  1. Chair Yoga

    December 27, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Library Crystal Room

    Prescott Valley Public Library will offer Chair Yoga on the fourth Friday of each month. Lori Wallach has been teaching yoga for over 14 years. Her love of helping individuals ease into aging is the driving force behind her yoga. She received her 200 teacher training in 2004 and her 300 training finished in 2016. Throughout her career she has taught all kinds of yoga, from power yoga to meditation. Now, she has settled into teaching modified yoga that meets the needs of the individual and chair yoga. Chair yoga allows you to keep doing yoga regardless of your ability. The chair can also be used as a prop to help getting into the poses a little easier. Not to mention there is no getting up and down from the floor worry. Yoga will help you keep and build your strength, flexibility and balance. No signed up required

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Parks & Recreation

  1. Shing Yi & Ba Gua

    December 27, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Civic Center Activity Room (3rd Floor)

    Similar to Tai Chi, Shing Yi is an internal martial art that focuses on the 5 elements for moving meditation (wood, fire, earth, metal and water) Each element represents a particular organ in the body. When done correctly the practicing of the 5 elements can refine one's body and mind. Students will learn the proper movements, alignment and learn to incorporate breathing with movements. For those interested the class will also teach Ba Gua which is another internal arts form. Ba Gau is also based on the principles of movement and stillness, opening and closing, expanding and contracting, rising and falling, crossing and turning. Through these slow even movements students will learn to balance the body and mind. First Class is Free!

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