As a native New Yorker, Amy enjoys thinking big. She has a passion for community building and has previously worked for three local nonprofits as a database manager to help build systems that can assist with connecting people to their interests and to each other. You will often find her paddle-boarding at Horsetooth with her two kids, enjoying live music, or out walking her high-energy dog, Aspen.
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T’ai Chi Chih is a series of gentle yet profound movements focused on the activation, balance, and circulation of the body’s intrinsic energy, called Chi. T’ai Chi Chih is an original, modern, movement practice that utilizes ancient principles for creating health and well-being. A joyous, non-violent form of moving meditation, TCC is performed slowly and softly. TCC is easy to learn. Most students can […]Find out more »
Meditation is a spiritual technology, wherein we closely examine without judgment everything, every thought, every emotion, as it rises and as it falls. - James Ishmael Ford, Zen Buddhist priest and Unitarian Universalist minister We practice sitting meditation using a combination of guided and silent techniques. We also discuss mindfulness strategies […]Find out more »