Tai Chi classes and resources for:
  • Beginners
  • Seniors
  • Those with Balance or Mobility Issues
  • Parkinson's Patients
Gentle Tai Chi classes are good for beginners
Gentle Tai Chi classes are good for those with Parkinson's
Gentle Tai Chi classes are a great way for seniors to exercise
Gentle Tai Chi classes are good for those with balance or mobility issues

Beginners

Mobility or Balance Issues

Seniors

Promote Relaxation

Gentl Tai Chi moves help strengthen back muscles to hold the spine more upright
Gentle Tai Chi incorporates gentle simple movement with the breath to:
  • Promote relaxation 
  • Improve balance​ and posture
  • Increase lung function
  • Build muscle stamina
  • Stimulate neural pathways in the brain
Gentle Tai Chi's repetitive rocking movements build muscle strength and stamia

Build

Muscle Stamina

Gentle Tai Chi encourages belly breathing which fills the entire lung and not just the top third
Gentl Tai Chi moves re-train muscles to safely transfer weight and improve balance

Improve Balance

Improve Posture

Gentle Tai Chi moves introduce the brain to new or forgotten arm and hand positions and movements
Gentle Tai Chi promotes relaxation which helps relieve stress and can help lower blood pressure.

Increase

Lung Function

Stimulate

Neural Pathways

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Classes taught by Trudy Sherman, PhD
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