Online Tai Chi Yang Style w/ Keith

Saturday’s for 10 weeks | 12 pm -1 pm | Drop-in’s and class pass holders welcome, FREE for members (members-contact

Learn the Yang school short form of 24 individual movements, which is the most widely performed tai chi routine in the world.

This simplified Tai Chi style will be taught in 10 sixty-minute interactive online sessions. Along with learning the form students will work on understandings of footwork, hand movements and breath-work. Mind, body, breath and motion combine to bring the practitioner into a balanced state of internal and external flow with the universe. And best of all anyone can do it and it only takes a few minutes of regular practice a day to feel better. During these interactive Zoom sessions students will have the opportunity to practice with others virtually, ask questions and receive live feedback from Keith.

Tai Chi uses circular, flowing movements to calm the mind and relax the body. Tai Chi helps guide you into harmony and balance with yourself and the universe, while also helping with stress and anxiety, balance and flexibility, improving posture, enhancing the immune system, getting better sleep, lowering blood pressure and improving your overall sense of well being. Today more than ever the world could use a little Tai Chi!

Social Justice Book Club w/ Elisabeth & Mary

November 4th, 18th, December 2nd & 16th | 7:30-9 pm | FREE contact 

In this time of disconnection, social unrest, institutional racism, social oppression and violence perpetrated against black and brown people, it is important for all of us to find ways to stay connected and continue to grow and learn together. The Yess community would like to invite you to join instructors Elisabeth Pletcher & Mary Sandstrom in a free book discussion group through Zoom this winter focusing on social and racial justice themes. 
My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending our Hearts and Bodies
by Resmaa Menakem
When: Wednesday evenings from 7:30-9pm on Nov 4, 18, Dec 2 & 16  Where: Virtual via Zoom
Who:  This particular discusion series is limited to 8 white identifying individuals
Why:  Resmaa Menakem speaks in to why it is is important for white bodied folks to gather together and do this work specifically with other white bodied folks. …and what I feel is the most important thing is that white bodies have to begin to get into a room with each other, deal with the uncomfortableness, deal with the hierarchy that starts to show up, deal with all the brutality that starts to happen with each other’s bodies and then figure out how they’re gonna develop culture all around beginning  to heal that over time, right?

Please email Elisabeth at for more details and to sign up!