Tai Chi Easy
TAI CHI EASY class has moved to TUEDAYS at 4:30 pm. The free, fun classes will still be held in Meeting Room 4 on RiverView's Crookston campus. Use the Rehab Entrance on the south side of the RiverView campus. The class is led by RiverView Acupuncturist, Megan R. Scott.
November 4 – no Tai Chi
November 11 – Tai Chi noon
November 18 – Tai Chi 4:30 pm
November 25 – Tai Chi 4:30 pm
December 2 - Tai Chi 4:30 pm
December 9 - Tai Chi 4:30 pm
December 16 - Tai Chi 4:30 pm
December 23 - no Tai Chi
December 30 - Tai Chi 4:30 pm
Miso Soup Recipe
Served at the Acupuncture Open House
1 small /medium onion chopped
1 cup thinly sliced or chopped carrots
1 cup thinly sliced or chopped celery
1-2 cloves garlic, pressed or chopped
1 tsp fresh ginger root, grated
6 -8 cups water or mild vegetable stock
2-3 TBSP Miso
1-2 TBSP tamari to taste
2-3 TBSP saki, or sherry (optional)
fresh grated black pepper
Put water up to boil. Saute, garlic and ginger in canola oil (about 1 TBSP) until fragrant, add onions and a pinch salt until onions are translucent ( about 5-6 minutes). Add celery and carrots and sauté until slightly softened.
Dissolve miso in boiled water. Bring back to boiling point and simmer, add tamari, and saki/sherry if using. Add sauteed vegetables. Serve. Garnish each bowl with minced scallions and optional toasted sesame oil or hot chili oil.
- Chunks of Tofu, added to sauté towards the end.
- Other vegetables such as bok choy, mushrooms -sauté with carrots and celery.
- Cooked brown rice or thin noodle added to broth with sautéed vegetables at the end.