The first day of fall is September 23. By adding an easy and gentle Tai Chi-QiGong practice to your exercise plan, you can help prevent falls. All ages and abilities are welcome and chairs are offered for those who prefer to enjoy this moving meditation while seated. Improve your balance, coordination and reduce stress. Join us to relax your mind and body and modify all movements for your safety and comfort!
Arizona Priority Care (AZPC) Senior Advantage Club, Maricopa County Library, Ed Robson Branch-Lecky Room, 9330 E. Riggs Rd.
Wednesday, Mixed Levels: 1:30-2:30 p.m.; $2 per drop-in class, no charge for AZPC members. All area residents are invited. RSVP in advance to 480-336-7405.
Renaissance Luxury Retirement Living, Sun Lakes
Tuesdays and Thursdays, Beginners 10:15-11:15 a.m.
*Renaissance residents only
As a Tai Chi Instructor certified by the American Tai Chi-QiGong Association, I am also Silver Sneakers® FLEX Instructor, and certified to teach PWR! Moves for Parkinson’s and Chair Chi. Using easy and gentle Tai Chi, I teach how to enhance overall health, increase flexibility, improve balance and coordination, and reduce stress, while building bone strength. Try a class and be passionate about active aging for your age and ability!
For more information about classes, workshops and Kim’s DVDs, visit www.SafeMovements.com, e-mail Kim at Kim@SafeMovements.com or call 480-392-3436.
To learn more about Arizona Priority Care go to www.AZPriorityCare.com.