Tai Chi Moving for Better Balance Workshop-Bovey

Created: February 07, 2018 12:51 PM

Tuesdays and Thursdays, March 6-May 31
10:00-11:00 AM
Bovey City Hall, 402 2nd Ave, Bovey

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Stay active and independent Join the “swing and sway” movement for improved flexibility. Tai Ji Quan is a falls prevention program derived from traditional Tai Chi movements and enhanced as a therapeutic practice to help older adults improve balance, coordination and postural control.

This workshop is led by trained coaches who guide people in learning a core eight form routine and eight therapeutic movements from the Tai Chi Yang style. By the end of 12-weeks, participants report improved cognitive and physical functional abilities and reduced incidence of falls. Developed by Dr. Fuzhong Li, Ph.D., Oregon Research Institute.

Register Today - Space is limited! Contact Jamie Mjolsness at ElderCircle - 218-999-9233 or

Cost: Suggested donation of $5 per session, or as recommended based on sliding fee scale—no person Will be denied participation for inability to pay.

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