SPARK Flossie Pack Center for Lifelong Learning

Tai Chi for Arthritis – Advanced Beginners

Mondays (June 3 – 24) and Wednesdays (June 5 – 26)

In Person Only | Advanced Beginners   11:00 am – noon | $40.00

NOTE: Each part of the class will be held two times per week for one hour each day.  Students should attend both classes each week for the Part in which they are enrolled, not just one day per week.  Students will learn better by practicing twice a week.  For this interactive class, you should wear comfortable clothes and flat-bottom, non-slip shoes.

 

This class is designed primarily for those who have completed the beginners course, however anyone with a basic knowledge of Tai Chi can attend.  We will build on the skills learned in the beginners class with more challenging movements.  The class continues the discussion of application of the Tai Chi principles, enhancing their understanding and application.

 

The Tai Chi for Arthritis (TCA) Program is an effective and safe exercise program designed by Dr. Paul Lam in conjunction with a team of medical experts and Tai Chi masters.  It is adopted by the Arthritis Foundation for anyone with arthritis or similar chronic pain.  The practice is also good for balance and fall prevention.

Sarah Stanmorr – Nurse and Certified Tai Chi for Arthritis instructor

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Tags: 2024 , Summer

Date

Jun 03 2024

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Tai Chi Beginners $
40
Available Tickets: 97

Monday and Wednesday (6/3 to 6/26) 11 am to noon | 4825 Troost, Room 112, KCMO

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Time

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost

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