Tai chi is a gentle form of exercise, often described as "meditation in motion," but it might well be called "medication in motion."
There is a growing body of carefully conducted research building a compelling case for tai chi for the prevention and rehabilitation of many conditions commonly associated with age.
Arthritis - slow down the painful inflammatory symptoms Low bone density - maintain bone density in postmenopausal women Breast cancer - improve the quality of life of women recovering/suffering from breast cancer Heart disease - lower blood pressure, improved levels of cholesterol, triglycerides, insulin in people at high risk for heart disease Heart Failure - improve patient's ability to walk and quality of life during recovery Hypertension - lower blood pressure Parkinson's disease - improve balance, walking ability, and overall well-being Sleep problems - improve the quality and duration of sleep significantly more than standard sleep education Stroke - improve balance and coordination in stroke patients.
First Class is FREE
Class Begins at March 11, 2013
No Experience Necessary. Beginners are Welcome.
Instructor: Michael Ngan
How to find us:
The Promenade Towers is a huge apartment complex.
Make sure you have my cell number[masked].
We will have the class at the Patio, outside the buildings.