14 03, 2012

Engage as we age – what choice do we have? It’s a combo effort: safe physical movements, deep breathing and fresh & fab food

By |2012-03-14T02:09:30+00:00March 14th, 2012|

Pictured above: Kim Kubsch doing Tai Chi on the hiking trail at SanTan Regional Park, Queen Creek, Arizona When teaching my Tai Chi-Qi Gong classes for older adults, these questions are frequently asked: How do you stay fit, other than Tai Chi? By “engaging” as I age!  In the gym, it is resistance training, elyptical, and stairmaster. To enjoy nature, I hike the great parks of Maricopa County (see photo) and walk in the neighborhood after dinner to aid digestion. Of [...]

14 03, 2012

Join the fun at World Tai Chi Day (WTCD) 2012, Scottsdale, Arizona

By |2012-03-14T00:11:20+00:00March 14th, 2012|

Pictured above: Bill Douglas, Co-Founder of WTCD with Phoenix area Tai Chi instructor, Kim Kubsch, SafeMovements.com World Tai Chi & Qigong Day (WTCD) occurs because thousands worldwide who share a common vision of hope & healing for our planet and her people come together each year to organize events in 65 nations. Last week, Bill & Angela Douglas, Co-Founders of WTCD visited Phoenix and held several workshops, one of which I attended at Elizabeth Keith's beautifull Movement Education studio in north Phoenix.  [...]