IAP 2002 Activity

Dahn Yoga, Meditation, and Tai Chi
Lucie Vogel MIT Dahn Yoga Club
Mon, Wed, Fri, Jan 7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 18, 23, 25, 28, 30, 1, 04-05:00pm, Yoga Room W31-2nd fl

No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)
Prereq: None

An Introduction to the new Dahn Yoga Club! Dahn Hak is a traditional Korean holistic exercsie program combining yoga, meditation and tai chi. It has a 10,000 year history and is practiced by over 3,000,000 throughout the world. Dahn means 'red,' and symbolized the sun. Its deeper meaning is ENERGY, or KI: the universal energy that is the ultimate origin of all life. Hak means 'science', 'philosophy', and 'training'. So, Dahn Hak means ENERGY TRAINING. Dahn practice will restore natural energy circulation and maximize the healing power that lies within the body. Consistent practice will allow you to heal, strengthen, and integrate all aspects of yourself: physical, emotional, and spiritual.
Contact: Lucie Vogel,
Sponsor: Laura J Trudel, 26-033, 617 253-3116,
Latest update: 17-Dec-2001

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