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Tai Chi Easy Class
This fall experience the health benefits of Tai Chi Easy.
Tai Chi Easy was created by reviewing the most popular and beneficial forms of Tai Chi to come up with a set of practices that are easy to teach and learn. These practices can be divided into 4 groups: gentle movement, breathing exercises, self-applied massage, and relaxation methods.
This compilation of practices is called the Vitality Enhancement Method. In addition, the Tai Chi Easy program includes a modification of traditional Tai Chi. Five movements from Yang Style Tai Chi are used and can be done sitting or standing.
Some of the health benefits of Tai Chi Easy include stress relief, improved balance, lower blood pressure and improved immune function.
I will be offering a class in the Dearborn Good Shepherd United Methodist Church Activities Room Tuesdays at noon from Oct 16 - Nov. 20 (no class Nov. 6). No special clothes or equipment needed. Dress in something comfortable that allows movement.
For more information, call me at 278-8868. Erin Williams.
|Where||Good Shepherd United Methodist Church 1570 Mason St, Dearborn, MI 48124|
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|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Teens, Families, Seniors|
More About Good Shepherd United Methodist Church
Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, located on Mason Street at Monroe, has been serving the Dearborn community since 1859. In 2009, the church celebrated its 150th year at the same site. The original church structure was replaced in 1921, and expanded in 1968 with the addition of an education wing. Good Shepherd offers study and fellowship programs for both adults and youth, including outdoor and retreat ministries. The church also supports a number of outreach projects and organizations locally and around the world. Support group meetings are held weekly for Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon, Alateen, Overeaters Anonymous and Nicotine Anonymous.