This class is offered by Community Education, Las Positas Community College. The special registration fee of $75 is available only through direct registration at www.laspositascollege.edu/communityed
The Chi Walking technique emphasizes walking form—the proper and effective biomechanics of walking and draws from the movement principles of Tai Chi to make walking easier on the body. You’ll learn to use your core muscles to create whole body walking, reducing the stress and strain on your hips, back, legs, knees and feet. Discover how sound biomechanics, improved posture and using your core helps you move with less effort¬ in a way that is good for your whole body.
In this class you will learn the essential foundation skills for your Chi Walking practice. You will be guided through exercises and drills designed to leave you with a clear sense of what the Chi Walking technique feels like in your body.
What you’ll get:
• Introduction to the Chi Walking method
• Injury-prevention techniques
• Keys to reducing effort by focusing on efficiency
• Core muscle drills and exercises
• Upper body and lower body usage
• Personal check-in tricks and tools – Body scanning, awareness and practice focuses
• Innovative technique drills
• Body loosener exercises to loosen joints, ligaments, tendons
• How to relax and conserve energy at any walking speed
The class is appropriate for beginners and experienced walkers. There will be some walking but only enough to learn and feel the basics of Chi Walking. The class will be held outdoors so dress in layers and bring water, sunscreen, snacks etc.
If you have any questions about the workshop please email me at email@example.com
If you have questions about registration please contact Community Ed at Las Positas 925-424-1467 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Class is not for College Credit.
COVID19 Protocol: The instructor and participants will be required to comply with the current recommendations in place at Las Positas Community College for in person classes which can be found on the main page on the Community Ed website http://www.laspositascollege.edu/communityed
Workshop is 2.5 hours from1 p.m. –3:30 p.m. and held outdoors. Dress in layers and bring water, any snacks you may need, sunscreen etc. Parking and meeting location details will be emailed to you. Space is limited so register early to reserve a spot.
All questions regarding registration or cancellation must be directed to Community Ed at Las Positas Community College.