The Staff Development Workshop Series continues, with a new five-week Taiji series and a special tour of Person Theatre.
Maggie Mackey continues her popular Taiji classes with a five-week series that begins Fri., Nov. 12. She offers an introduction to the basic principles of Taiji (Tai Chi Chuan), a traditional Chinese art known to develop strength, balance and flexibility. These exercises are performed in a gentle, flowing sequence of relaxed movements. Beneficial effects include relaxation, stress reduction, increased blood circulation and rejuvenation. Taiji practice is very good for building up your health and strength; it is a well-balanced exercise, "healthening" the body and mind.
Mackey has studied Yang Style Taiji continuously since 1983 in North America, Europe and Asia. Her teachers include two generations of Tung Family Taiji masters, and the well-known and respected local teacher Jane Golden.
Presented by Center for Performing Arts Scene Shop Staff
Thurs., Nov. 18 at noon
Many of us have attended one of the Center for Performing Arts stellar productions. Now's your chance to see what's behind the curtain. This session will provide an explanation and demonstration of the tools and equipment used backstage and in the control booth of Person Theatre.
RSVP by email at SSUWorkshopRSVP@gmail.com
Special note: This tour will involve climbing stairs to locations above the stage. Meet at the entrance of Person Theatre.