Postponed: Field & Forest Tai Chi: Spring Wildflowers

Postponed: Field & Forest Tai Chi: Spring Wildflowers


9:30 am - 11:00 am


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Hemlock Brook
1201 Cold Spring Rd, Williamstown, MA, 01267

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**This event is postponed due to low number of participants**


Join Williamstown Rural Lands and experienced outdoor guide and certified Tai Chi instructor, Mary Hannah Parkman, to experience nature in a new way. Participants will learn the art of mindful movement through Tai Chi. Mary Hannah will guide participants in slow-paced movements that encourage mindfulness and thereby deepen capacity for connection with self, the natural world and one another. Tai Chi, a Chinese martial art, was inspired by nature and designed to enliven “chi” or lifeforce energy for greater vitality. Tai Chi is known to have many health benefits.

This workshop is open to all people and no prior experience is required. Tai Chi practice is accessible to persons with disabilities. Pre-registration is encouraged. Workshop is limited to 12 people. Suggested donation $5 – 10.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Cultural Council of Northern Berkshire, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

Mass Cultural Council


Directions: On Rt. 7 coming from Williamstown center, Margaret Lindley Park has a driveway just after the turn to Rt. 2W/Petersburg Pass across from A-Frame Bakery.

Parking at Margaret Lindley Park (1201 Cold Spring Rd., Williamstown). There is a dirt driveway into the site and a medium-sized dirt parking lot with some potholes.

Site accessibility: There are no bathrooms or indoor spaces at this site. Hemlock Brook is approximately 0.1 miles from the parking lot. The trail is flat and relatively clear of roots.

Please check the weather before arriving and bring appropriate clothing (warm, non-cotton layers).

For questions or accessibility, email 


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