WHY TAI CHI
QI GONG ?
Enhance balance and flexibility
Improve circulation, concentration and focus
Increase energy, reduce stress and reduce blood pressure
Improve flexibility, coordination and bone strength
Tai Chi is a low impact martial art recommended for older adults because it relaxes the mind and the muscles, and does not require equipment. It can be done sitting or standing by people of any physical condition.
• Kim teaches classes four days each week in fitness centers, 55+ communities, assisted living centers, private homes, churches. Click to view Kim’s ongoing class schedule.
• is a Certified Tai Chi Practitioner by The American Tai Chi and Qigong Association (ATCQA).
• is insured, CPR-certified and continually attends training with professionals in the martial arts and wellness fields.
• is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) and a member of the American Senior Fitness Association.
• is a Certified Holistic Nutrition Educator, in tune with aging gracefully, balancing physical activity and nutrition.
• is featured on ABC15-Sonoran Living, The Arizona Republic, 202 Magazine, KOY 1230AM-Danny Davis, All-day Energy book, Namasta.com, San Tan Sun News, Sun Lakes Splash and numerous others.
Filmed at the intermediate class in Casa Grande, Forever Young Tai Chi showcases 20 Tai Chi enthusiasts in this 52 minute DVD. It is not a form, but rather a “fusion,”comprised of four sections: Posture & Breathing, Qigong, Balance Exercises and Tai Chi Flow. Practice at your convenience using your television/DVD player or computer.
“Tai Chi has been shown to reduce risk of falling between 47and 55 percent.”
– Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC) –
“Tai chi is often described as meditation in motion, but it might well be called medication in motion. There is growing evidence that this mind-body practice has value in treating or preventing many health problems.”
– Harvard Medical Health Publication –