Tai Chi for Peace celebrated

Sylvan Lake celebrated peace through the practice of Tai Chi at the pier on Sept. 30.

A small group participated in Tai Chi For Peace on the pier Sept. 30. It was a beautiful event that set the wheels in motion for individual and communal peace and social initiative and change

A small group participated in Tai Chi For Peace on the pier Sept. 30. It was a beautiful event that set the wheels in motion for individual and communal peace and social initiative and change

by Christine Braun – Special to Sylvan Lake News

Sylvan Lake celebrated peace through the practice of Tai Chi at the pier on Sept. 30.

This free event was offered by Central Alberta Martial Arts & Wellness Centre and was available to all children, youth and adults in the community and beyond.

By practicing Tai Chi one feels a sense of peace, which then is readily shared with others that one comes in contact with. Peace must start within in order for it to ripple and spread without.

Although a small group participated, it was a beautiful event on the pier that set the wheels in motion for individual and communal peace and social initiative and change.