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Xenia, Ohio 45385

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 Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance

 

    T’ai Ji Quan, or Tai Chi, traces its roots back to martial arts developed

in China hundreds of years ago. Participants perform a set number of

movements, called “forms”, with some styles consisting of over 100 forms.

Tai Chi is widely recognized for its health benefits.

 

Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance was developed by a team of researchers at

the Oregon Research Institute using 8 forms derived from the traditional

Yang-style Tai Chi. Research has shown that people who complete the program are half as

likely to fall andhave less fear of falling. This class is for is for older adults who are able to walk independently or with a cane or walker,

who are interested in improving balance, flexibility, and strength. Participants should wear loose, comfortable

clothing and flat, rubber-soled shoes. Bottled water will be provided. 

 

Wednesdays and Fridays

11:30am to 12:30pm

March 22nd through April 28th

(No class on April 14th)

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or

Mondays and Wednesdays

4:00pm to 5:00pm

April 17th through May 24th

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Committed To Greene County Seniors and Caregivers