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The Nutrition Education Program provides fun, engaging, and free nutrition education lessons to limited-resource youth and adults throughout Indiana. Our virtual lessons teach new skills that can be used at home every day – planning meals, grocery shopping, cooking tips, and simple solutions for healthy eating and physical activity.

All classes take place on Wednesday at 2 p.m. from July 1st to August 26th. You can sign up for all 9 classes or just the ones that you are interested in. A pre and post-survey will be given to you by Sarah, Purdue Extension, to fill out.

Register: https://forms.gle/7oK9hWkysXL4NRQH7

The Nutrition Education Program provides fun, engaging, and free nutrition education lessons to limited-resource youth and adults throughout Indiana. Our virtual lessons teach new skills that can be used at home every day – planning meals, grocery shopping, cooking tips, and simple solutions for healthy eating and physical activity.

All classes take place on Wednesday at 2 p.m. from July 1st to August 26th. You can sign up for all 9 classes or just the ones that you are interested in. A pre and post-survey will be given to you by Sarah, Purdue Extension, to fill out.

Register: https://forms.gle/7oK9hWkysXL4NRQH7

The Nutrition Education Program provides fun, engaging, and free nutrition education lessons to limited-resource youth and adults throughout Indiana. Our virtual lessons teach new skills that can be used at home every day – planning meals, grocery shopping, cooking tips, and simple solutions for healthy eating and physical activity.

All classes take place on Wednesday at 2 p.m. from July 1st to August 26th. You can sign up for all 9 classes or just the ones that you are interested in. A pre and post-survey will be given to you by Sarah, Purdue Extension, to fill out.

Register: https://forms.gle/7oK9hWkysXL4NRQH7

Tai Chi Chuan I

Tai Chi Chuan roughly means “Ultimate Extreme Shadow Boxing,” and it came from China’s long tradition of Taoism. What is Tao? The Chinese practiced it for thousands of years yet still feel the inadequacy of putting it into words. From philosophy, government, medicine, and martial arts, to even cooking, Tao is in every aspect of life.

We will experience it through practicing the 24-movement Tai chi chuan in two classes: Tai Chi Chuan l will begin online on Wednesday, June 3 at 11:30 a.m. It will cover movements 1 through 9 in ten sessions. Each 60-minute session will start with a brief discussion of a short verse from Tao te ching (the Classic of Taoism) and then 45-50 minutes of practicing the movements Please wear comfortable clothes and thick socks.

Tai Chi Chuan II will follow the learning from the 1st series and cover movements 10 through 24 in another ten sessions. Sherry Mou teaches Chinese at DePauw University. She has practiced Tai Chi for more than 20 years and is always fond of practicing it with others.…

Yoga For Every Body

Yogi Gigi Jennewein is reviving PCPL’s long-running yoga class beginning Thursday, May 21.  It will be the same but different:  The class will present live online and it will be offered at 12 noon.   If you can’t join at noon the class will be recorded and a link will post later in the day. This schedule will continue until it is safe to reconvene at the library.
Yoga for Every Body will build the strength and flexibility we all need to navigate these unprecedented times.  Instructions are given to adjust for different “edges.” And, because you can do it from the comfort of your home, there is even more freedom to adjust to accommodate your physical and mental “place” on any given day.
To take the class, click on this link on your computer or your phone at any time prior, or even during the class.  You will be directed into the Zoom class.  If you would like to chat a bit, please come in early;  Gigi will be there for about 10 minutes prior to starting.  To be heard, you will have to turn on your audio by clicking the audio icon with the red slash through it in the lower left-hand corner of your screen.  If you’d like to be seen during any part of the class, you’ll want to click on the video icon that will also have a red slash through it when you enter the Zoom room.
From Gigi: If it’s your first time, please enter early so that I can walk you through any problems connecting.  You can contact me in the 10 minutes leading up to the stat of the class at 765-721-0368.  Text or call.  If you have any other questions, please contact Gigi anytime by email at [email protected]
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Tai Chi Chuan I

Tai Chi Chuan roughly means “Ultimate Extreme Shadow Boxing,” and it came from China’s long tradition of Taoism. What is Tao? The Chinese practiced it for thousands of years yet still feel the inadequacy of putting it into words. From philosophy, government, medicine, and martial arts, to even cooking, Tao is in every aspect of life.

We will experience it through practicing the 24-movement Tai chi chuan in two classes: Tai Chi Chuan l will begin online on Wednesday, June 3 at 11:30 a.m. It will cover movements 1 through 9 in ten sessions. Each 60-minute session will start with a brief discussion of a short verse from Tao te ching (the Classic of Taoism) and then 45-50 minutes of practicing the movements Please wear comfortable clothes and thick socks.

Tai Chi Chuan II will follow the learning from the 1st series and cover movements 10 through 24 in another ten sessions. Sherry Mou teaches Chinese at DePauw University. She has practiced Tai Chi for more than 20 years and is always fond of practicing it with others.…

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