Tai Chi in the Park
Dorothy will lead our socially-distant Tai Chi practice in the park. Wear comfortable clothing and please bring a mask.
Tai chi is a centuries-old form of Chinese exercise which, according to the Mayo Clinic, reduces anxiety and depression, improves balance and circulation, reduces falls, improves sleep quality, slows bone loss, lowers blood pressure, relieves chronic pain, and improves everyday physical functioning. Beginners of all ages and fitness levels benefit. No special clothing is needed, however, high heels would be a challenge.
Tai chi has its roots in martial arts, so each slow motion movement is actually a self defense move. It is important to have an instructor who understands both the martial aspects and the healing arts.