Tai Chi For Strengthening and Balance (introductory course)

Qi Tao (map)

With Tai Chi practice, you can learn to maintain better balance while in motion. dispel the fear of falling, and ultimately avoid falling. Qi Tao’s Tai Chi for strengthening and balance Program adheres to recommendations of the CDC to provide a collaborative approach to community-based fall prevention programs.

Falls can lead to serious injury and loss of independence, but they can be prevented. Activities that improve balance and strengthen legs can help prevent falls. Tai Chi, which is often described as “meditation in motion,” is a gentle exercise consisting of easy, slowly coordinated, fluid movements, perfectly suited for even those not so coordinated.

Achieving Better Balance with Tai Chi. Tai Chi can help you build muscle strength and improve coordination and flexibility.

This is a 6 weeks course $150.

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Annual World Tai Chi & Qigong Day

Grand Army Plaza (map)

JOIN us for this FREE EVENT to celebrate World Tai Chi & Qigong Day

World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2019 (April 27th, 2019) will be here before you know it.

In the spirit of this new year 2019, our world is changing so rapidly that there is no greater gift we can give our world spinning with the strain and stress of change ... then to educate as many as possible about Tai Chi, Qigong, and Mind-Body practices ... and also to provide the world with a vision of global cooperation for the sole purposes of advancing personal and global healing worldwide. (One World ... One Breath)

Together, as a global Tai Chi, Qigong, and Mind-Body family, we have educated millions worldwide.

Let's make 2019 a year where the entire planet understand what they offer!

Sifu Tzyann leading Qi Tao members and guests on World Tai Chi & Qigong Day at Grand Army Plaza.

Sifu Tzyann leading Qi Tao members and guests on World Tai Chi & Qigong Day at Grand Army Plaza.