T'ai chi (taijiquan or t’ai chi ch’uan) is a traditional Chinese moving meditation, martial art, and health exercise. It arose out of the discovery that slow, continuous motion, combined with an internal focus on subtle changes, enhances energy, well-being, and mental, emotional, and physical balance. Scientific studies have verified many of its benefits, and medical professionals now endorse it for arthritis, balance difficulties, Parkinson's disease, fibromyalgia, pulmonary and cardiovascular conditions, and more. It is easy to practice, requires no special space or equipment, and integrates natural movement with a joyful, reflective approach to daily life. This fall, we welcome those new to the art as we focus on the Starlight sequence (complementary to this past winter's Moonlight sequence) from Wu Hao style taiji. Those with experience from previous courses will extend and deepen their practice. | Active participation.