• Sessions: 10
    Class Date(s): 09-13-2021 to 11-15-2021
    Day(s) of the week: Monday
    Time: 10:45 AM → 11:45 AM
    Instructor: Diane Macchiavelli, LAc
    Term: 2021-3
    Location: Oasis Rochester
    REGISTRATION OPENS ON 08-16-2021 AT 12:00 AM
    A recent study by the National Institutes of Health found that practicing T'ai Chi can help keep the virus that causes shingles dormant in older adults. This more advanced level of T'ai Chi is for those students who have taken previously taken T'ai Chi with Diane and have advance permission from her to... read more
    A recent study by the National Institutes of Health found that practicing T'ai Chi can help keep the virus that causes shingles dormant in older adults. This more advanced level of T'ai Chi is for those students who have taken previously taken T'ai Chi with Diane and have advance permission from her to register.
  • Sessions: 10
    Class Date(s): 09-13-2021 to 11-15-2021
    Day(s) of the week: Monday
    Time: 9:30 AM → 10:30 AM
    Instructor: Diane Macchiavelli, LAc
    Term: 2021-3
    Location: Oasis Rochester
    REGISTRATION OPENS ON 08-16-2021 AT 12:00 AM
    T'ai Chi, a 2,000-year-old form of exercise, is gentle and self-paced. The slow and continuous movements lengthen and strengthen the muscles while relaxing the mind. It is used as therapy for chronic pain, high blood pressure, depression, and limited mobility. Described as swimming through air, it is a perfect exercise for all ages and abilities. It can be... read more
    T'ai Chi, a 2,000-year-old form of exercise, is gentle and self-paced. The slow and continuous movements lengthen and strengthen the muscles while relaxing the mind. It is used as therapy for chronic pain, high blood pressure, depression, and limited mobility. Described as swimming through air, it is a perfect exercise for all ages and abilities. It can be practiced while seated, making T'ai Chi accessible to those with compromised physical conditions such as MS, arthritis, etc. A recent study by the National Institutes of Health found that practicing T'ai Chi can help older adults keep dormant the virus that causes shingles. This course is for beginning students.

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