Tai Chi in the Preserve

Tai Chi in the Preserve

Saturday

September 21, 2019

9:00 AM- 10:30 AM

hosted by – Click HERE

 

Free! Any-Body, Any-Age.

 

Tai chi is an ancient practice of slow, movements, meditation & breathing exercises.

It’s not fast-paced, or a fat burning workout. Tai chi helps improve blood circulation, alignment, balance and restore energy.

Join Mr. Steve Contes. Instructor and founder of the Chen Taiji Center in New Port Richey, for this free group class.

Steve began training in the martial arts over 50 years ago. Taiji Center opened doors in 1996 with the goal in mind to offer a practical form of self-defense, health and a philosophy that promotes harmony in a sometimes difficult world.

Read more and learn about Steve here:Steve

Your RSVP is appreciated (727) 376-5111

 

Heartwood Preserve is located at
4100 Starkey Blvd., in Trinity

*this is an outdoor event

*dress outdoor comfortable

*please bring a water bottle

*sunscreen & insect repellent if you wish

 

Meet-Up Invite

 

Talk & Tour: Walk the Wetlands

Talk & Tour:

Walk the Wetlands

Saturday

8.25.18

9:00 AM

 

Through the central part of  Heartwood Preserve is a

Cypress Dome Wetland.

We invite you on a guided walk with our guest host

Anne Sylvester.

Anne is a Florida Master Naturalist.

For over 10 years Anne has taught Environmental Education at

Crystal Springs Preserve,

which is a field trip destination for K-College students.

Previously, Anne was an Eco-Tour guide for Jay B. Starkey’s ‘Flatwoods Adventures’, on the Starkey Ranch sharing the flora, fauna & history of the working cattle ranch.

Come tromp through our lush Heartwood swamp ~

bring your boots.

 

Helpful Tips for this event:

-this is a free event

-all ages welcome

please bring water

-protect your skin: wear/bring insect repellant & sunscreen, if you wish

-protect your head: wear a hat, sunhat, bandana or a face-mask “Buff” if you wish

-1-hour walk/hike: this swamp walk will not be fast and you will probably not cover a great deal of terrain. Remember, even if you don’t cover a lot of ground, you can still enjoy your swamp walk by taking the scenery in great detail. Notice the sights, smells, and sounds around you as you move slowly through a swamp. Bring your walking stick if you have one!

-wear closed-toe “old” shoes, waterproof  hiking boots or rubber boots

-comfortable “outdoor” clothing  (cotton shirt, breathable, synthetic items) to prevent overheating

-bring gloves if you wish

-please RSVP (727) 376-5111

 

 

Heartwood Preserve

4100 Starkey Blvd.

Trinity