Residents who are 55 plus in Parker, Arizona have been taking Tai Chi classes to help conquer their fear of falling. The benefits of this slow, gentle, flowing exercise were cited in a Wall Street Journal article dated May 24, 2016. The article shares how researchers explored the power of exercise to help seniors overcome apprehension and stay active. The odds of a bone-shattering fall increase with age, as muscles grow weak and vision fades. The fear of falling causes many older people to shun physical activity, which perversely increases their risk of falls. Read more at http://www.wsj.com/articles/how-tai-chi-can-help-conquer-fear-of-falling-as-we-age-1464023456. See for yourself how your balance can improve by attending one of my classes and meet new friends at the same time:
Easy and Gentle Tai Chi at Sun Lakes Country Club Mirror Room, Sun Lakes on Thursdays, Mixed Level from 10:45-11:45 a.m.; $5 per class, year-round, except no class on June 23, 30 and July 21.
Class is open to the public and new attendees are welcome to drop in anytime!
All ages and abilities can enjoy the practice seated or standing. Parking is available on side of Sun Lakes Country Club for direct access into Mirror Room. All venues and classes are fragrance-free. No equipment needed, just wear rubber-soled shoes and bring water.
Renaissance Luxury Retirement Living, Sun Lakes on Tuesdays, Beginner from 10:15-11:15 a.m. – residents only
Private Tai Chi Instruction – personalized for you; schedule a private class in the comfort of your own home. Contact Kim via email or call 480- 392 3436.
24/7 practice – Purchase Kim’s DVD’s at www.SafeMovements.com: Intermediate Level: Forever Young Tai Chi; Beginner Level: Hello Tai Chi, Goodbye Stress; and Practice Easy Tai Chi–QiGong with Kim Kubsch.
As a Tai Chi Instructor certified by the American Tai Chi-Qigong Association and a Practitioner of the National Qigong Association, I am also certified to teach PWR! Moves for Parkinson’s and Chair Chi. I use easy and gentle Tai Chi to teach how to enhance overall health, increase flexibility, improve balance and coordination, and reduce stress while building bone strength. As a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) and certified Holistic Nutrition Educator, my passion is “active aging for all ages and abilities.”
For more information about classes, workshops and my three DVDs, visit www.SafeMovements.com; email Kim at Kim@SafeMovements.com; or call 480-392-3436.