A new easy and gentle Tai Chi-Qigong class for older adults is being taught by Oakwood resident, Kim Kubsch. The hour long class is held at Sun Lakes Country Club in the Mirror Room on Thursdays from 10:45-11:45 a.m. The drop-in class (at your convenience) is $5 per class and it will continue throughout the year.
All ages and abilities are welcome and chairs are provided if you prefer to sit at any time or stand behind the chair. All of the flowing and gentle movements are modified for individual safety and comfort. So it just doesn’t matter what anyone else is doing, as long as the slow and relaxed movements feel healing to your mind and body!
The health benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong have been shown to help maintain strength and flexibility, improve balance, calm the mind, ease depression and even help with arthritis, high blood pressure, MS and Parkinson’s disease, fibromyalgia and lupus. Join us and see for yourself on Thursdays at Sun Lakes Country Club – Mirror Room from 10:45-11:45 a.m.
Kim Kubsch is a Tai Chi Instructor certified by the American Tai Chi-Qigong Association and a Practitioner of the National Qigong Association. She is also certified to teach PWR! Moves for Parkinson’s and Chair Chi. Kim uses 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, she is passionate about “active aging for all ages and abilities.”
For more information visit www.SafeMovements.com or call Kim at 480-392-3436. Private lessons throughout the southeast valley are available by appointment. All three of Kim’s easy and gentle videos for practice anytime and anywhere are available at any class or on the website.