This class is a continuation for people who have attended Part 1 or the equivalent.
Tai Chi for Health — Arthritis Form Part 2
January 20 – March 17
Monday, 5:30 pm
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese form of exercise that is now used widely throughout the world for health promotion and mental relaxation. It uses flowing movement to increases balance, flexibility, strength, mental concentration and relaxation.
Tai Chi for Arthritis (TCA) was developed from the Sun style of Tai Chi to be safe and effective for people with arthritis or joint problems because the level of exertion can be adjusted to suit each person’s physical condition and the movements are slow and gentle. Qigong movements are also incorporated throughout which deepens the breath and aids in mental focus and relaxation. This program is supported by the Arthritis Foundation of the USA.
This program would be good for anyone who has taken Arthritis Form Part 1 (or the equivalent) and is ready to review it and learn additional movements.
Sue Arambel is certified to teach TCA and TCE from the Tai Chi for Health Community– www.TCHI.org and is a registered nurse.
“After studying tai chi with several different instructors, I find Sue’s approach the most digestible. She combines mind/body connection, technique and health benefits beautifully.” –Jana Weber
Register by January 26 for only $120 (Regular fee: $140)
or call (307) 362-5632
“Sue is a great instructor, I love the way she teaches tai-chi. She uses such good cues & never moves on until everyone is comfortable & ready! I have really enjoyed her class on Tai-Chi For Health!!” –Shano