HOW does practicing easy and gentle Tai Chi-QiGong help you stay independent? This gentle, flowing mind/body practice offers several ways to keep you safe and living independently. A few include enhancing balance and minimizing falls/injuries, improving circulation, concentration and focus, increasing energy, reducing stress, promoting relaxation and inner peace, plus improving flexibility and bone strength.
Whether you are doing the practice standing or sitting, each person can modify and adapt the movements to remain in their comfort zone. Tai Chi-QiGong can be practiced almost anywhere on a flat surface and no equipment is required.
My summer classes in Sun Lakes include:
Arizona Priority Care (AZPC) Senior Advantage Club, Sun Lakes
Maricopa County Library Ed Robson Branch-Lecky Room, 9330 E. Riggs Rd.
Wednesday, Mixed Levels: 1:30-2:30 p.m. There will be no class on July 29.
The drop-in class costs $2; there is no charge for AZPC members. RSVP at 480 336-7405
Renaissance Luxury Retirement Living, Sun Lakes
This class is for Renaissance residents only on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:15-11:15 a.m.
Private Tai Chi instruction – personalized for you
Schedule a private class in the comfort of your own home. E-mail Kim at [email protected] or call 480 392 3436.
24/7 practice – Purchase Kim’s DVDs at www.SafeMovements.com: Hello Tai Chi, Goodbye Stress or Practice Easy Tai Chi–QiGong with Kim Kubsch. Free delivery of DVDs in Sun Lakes or Casa Grande or purchase at any class.
Kim Kubsch is a Tai Chi instructor certified by the American Tai Chi-Qigong Association. She is also Silver Sneakers® FLEX Instructor and is 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.”