Ongoing Courses at Traditional Acupuncture Center:
Tai Chi beginner class will return in 2018 at the Traditional Acupuncture Center.
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese system of exercise that is both a martial art and meditative discipline. It is used to strengthen the body and quiet the mind and balances the energy of the body with its slow and graceful movements, increasing awareness and improving health. It is practiced worldwide by people of all ages for health and longevity.
$12 per class or $100 if paid in advance (a saving of $20!)
Call (352) 335-1975 to enroll.
Gentle Yoga (ongoing). Wednesday evenings from 5:30 – 6:45pm at the Traditional Acupuncture Center.
Live in harmony with yourself and the world around you. Learn gentle yoga postures to reveal a healthier you.
$10 per class / $45 per private session.
Chi Gong / Yoga class. Tuesday evenings from 6:30 – 7:30pm at the Traditional Acupuncture Center.
Join us for these enjoyable chi building series of exercises. Open to all ages and fitness levels.
$10 per session.
Meditation Group. Every Sunday, 11:00am – 12:30pm at the Traditional Acupuncture Center.
The Gainesville Karma Thegsum Choling, Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Center, offers ongoing classes on Buddhist meditation, psychology and practice as taught in the Karma Kagyu tradition. We meet 11:00-12:30 p.m. Sunday mornings at the Traditional Acupuncture Center. All are welcome and no previous experience is required. Join us to study the rich tradition of Tibetan Buddhism and the teachings of the Buddha that have been preserved in an unbroken lineage over the centuries. Learn how to tame your mind and develop loving kindness and compassion to benefit yourself and others.
Classes are free, but donations are greatly accepted.
Gainesville Karma Thegsum Choling is pleased to offer the opportunity to take Refuge in the Karma Kagyu lineage, with Lama Losang (David Bole) of Gainesville. Please call Lama David at (352) 335-1975 to request Refuge.
To obtain more information about the meaning of Refuge, visit the kagyu.org website at http://www.kagyu.org/kagyulineage/buddhism/bec/bec00.php or read this article on Taking Refuge.