with Harriet Lynn                   

at the

Howard Peter Rawlings Conservatory

& Botanic Gardens

Druid Hill Park   -   Baltimore, MD 

Tai Chi is a moving meditation and a “soft” internal martial art.  In a slow, rhythmic manner with rounded movements participants learn through the practice of Tai Chi how to enhance their balance, alignment, strength, energy, focus, flexibility, and creativity.  By doing the movements with deep relaxation and concentration one can improve their well-being in mind, body, and spirit. All adults and levels welcome.  Excellent for older adults.
Info at http://www.h-tac.com    or    htttp://www.c-h-n.com


To register send form below and check made out to Communications-Health/Network, Inc. Mail to

Communications-Health/Network, Inc at 116 W. University Pkwy., P3 ,  Baltimore, MD 21210  mail the form below.

Call 410-235-4457   or email hlynn@umbc.edu for further information.

Note:  Ten student minimum.  Classes filling up.  Register soon by April 25, 2011.


Registration Form for T’AI CHI

Name: _________________________________Phone Number: _______________________

Address: ____________________________________________________________________________

Email: ________________________________     Fee Enclosed:  $_______


Heritage Theatre Artists Consortium

116 W.University Parkway     Penthouse 3

Baltimore, MD 21210

ph/fax: 410-235-4457        hlynn@umbc.edu 




Harriet Lynn

Guest  T’ai Chi Instructor

Celebrity Millennium

Singapore, Bangkok, Vietnam, Hong Kong

February 2 - 16, 2014

Taiji in the Workplace

article by Harriet Lynn

featured in Chi.. Journal of Traditional Eastern Health & Fitness



Enhance well-being in mind, body and spirit.

Instructor:  Harriet Lynn, B.F.A., M.S.


Improve balance and coordination 
Stretch and increase strength
Learn breathing and relaxation techniques

T’ai Chi can enhance your balance, promote strength, endurance, flexibility and reduce stress. This holistic discipline has numerous health benefits.  You can apply principles to every day activities and other exercise activities.  Wear comfortable clothes and low flat shoes.

Harriet Lynn, instructor, has been teaching T'ai Chi for over 25 years.  She has taught T'ai Chi at such institutions as the Johns Hopkins Medical Institution, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland, Union Memorial Hospital, as well as in South East Asia and Europe as a guest presenter on cruise ships. Ms. Lynn has written articles on the subject of T'ai Chi appearing in national journals and publications.

Ms. Lynn is also a museum theatre artist and her company, Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium, serves as a resource for numerous museums, historical societies, and educational organizations.  T’ai Chi has been a powerful and profound discipline for helping her stay balanced and focused on her multiple tasks and programs.

   For more information contact www.h-tac.com   410-235-4457  hlynn@umbc.edu

T’ai Chi class in Orchid Room

The Conservatory, Druid Hill Park

with Harriet Lynn (right front)