T’ai Chi in the Park

Upcoming T’ai Chi in the Park

  • Saturday, September 8th, 8:00 – 10:00 AM, Cushing Memorial Park

Please note that T’ai Chi in the Park days are planned in advance. Various situations such as poor weather conditions may cancel a planned morning at the last minute. Please check back on this page for updates. I will do my best to make these updates ahead of time.

Please Note: Cushing Memorial Park is the “default location” for T’ai Chi in the Park. However, we will occasionally meet at one or two other locations. While I will always try to list a location, if I slip up and no location is listed, we will meet at Cushing.

From time to time I will head out to a local park to practice T’ai Chi. Cushing Memorial Park in Framingham is a beautiful location and is where we will usually meet. Whenever I am planning to head out there, I will let everyone know. Anyone is free to join me. Sometimes one or two people show, sometimes a bunch of people do, and sometimes no one comes.

It’s a great way to get some extra practice in. What we practice will depend basically on who shows up. I will adapt the practice based on who is there.

If you are thinking of joining me, please don’t feel like you need to get there right at the beginning or stay until the end. Everyone is welcome to come and go as they wish. This is very informal.

To find where we practice at Cushing, simply go to the middle of the park and look around. You should be able to see us from there. We usually meet in among some trees (it is a beautiful little spot), across the field from the back of the maintenance building. The picture below shows where we meet.

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Here is a map to the park:

I find the easiest place to park is in the parking lot by the chapel. Entering in “68 Dudley Rd., Framingham” into your mapping or navigation will bring you right to that parking lot.

One note… When we practice in the park we are practicing on grassy and somewhat uneven ground. If you are unsure of your balance, I would urge you to bring something that you can use to stay stable and safe (such as a chair or a walking stick).

If you have any questions, feel free to call or email me.